Through collaboration and innovation, the Singapore-Hong Kong cooperation aspires to seize digital possibilities, lead in technology developments, and form a united front to successfully navigate the digital age.
Malaysian engineering services company installs a 3.6 MWp solar PV system at a medical device manufacturer’s first overseas facility in Batu Kawan, Penang, contributing to sustainability goals and attracting tech sector investments.
Researchers have developed a probabilistic discrete-event simulation to plan the capacity of a public healthcare network in North India for managing COVID-19 cases, offering valuable insights for pandemic response and healthcare infrastructure strengthening.
The advanced ship emission monitoring device that integrates Unmanned Aircraft tech and IoT, contributing to the Net Zero Emission 2050 programme by accurately measuring and tracking ship exhaust emissions for a cleaner environment.
China spearheads considerable model innovation, fostering cutting-edge AI research and development. With government support and collaborations, it positions itself as a global leader in AI advancements.
In Zhejiang and Hong Kong officials recently gathered to underscore the potential in collaborative innovation, emphasising investment opportunities and technological cooperation to propel both regions into a dynamic future.
The Veterinary Medicine conference at Khon Kaen University highlighted the crucial role of technology in advancing animal health, promoting innovations in diagnostics, treatment, and farming practices to safeguard animal well-being and human health.
Taiwan successfully launches its inaugural weather satellite, Triton, marking a significant milestone in advancing weather forecasting and enhancing its capabilities in space technology.
The Nelson City Council has launched Ebus OnDemand, offering a convenient way to request bus rides via the app or phone, aiming to improve accessibility, efficiency, and inclusive transportation.