The lab aims to develop tech to address labour shortages in various industries through collaborative robotic systems, while NTU researchers have developed a self-healing material with the potential to revolutionise the field of soft robotics.
The Environmental Protection Department’s smart submarine tackles unsolved water pollution cases, transforming investigations with cutting-edge technology and receiving recognition for its impact on environmental protection efforts.
The AI algorithm is based on large language models, enabling the evaluation of over 100 million drug compounds in a single day, revolutionising the speed and efficiency of drug screening.
The robot is designed for multiple industries, capable of handling heavy payloads and executing pick-and-place operations, serving as an excellent research platform for educational institutions and research organisations.
Advancements in 3D printing technology and advanced alloy design techniques pave the way for the development of revolutionary titanium alloys with exceptional strength and resilience.
The Indonesian government launches INSW 2.0, an integrated administration system for export and import services, aiming to enhance efficiency, transparency, and speed, and solidify Indonesia’s position as a competitive player in international trade.
The online dredging monitoring system aims to enhance efficiency, transparency and sustainability in India’s dredging operations, supporting the Ministry’s ‘Waste to Wealth’ programme and promoting cost-effective resources utilisation.
Government and private companies are leveraging satellite technology, bridging communication gaps, and unlocking opportunities across sectors.
Collaborative efforts have led to the development of the Fill platform, aimed at improving the quality of life for vulnerable children by facilitating accurate information sharing, comprehensive planning, and tailored interventions.