The passport will be a 64-page biometric travel document, including an e-cover with a thin, flexible data page made of polycarbonate as well as a window containing a second image of the citizen and a true colour UV photo.
Visually impaired students will be able to broaden their learning horizons and stay close to the ever-changing society via assistive technology. Research is being conducted to develop more devices to fit the practical needs of persons with print disabilities.
Thailand’s leading minds and researchers in space tech we able to be part of business matching sessions between international firms. The establishment of the new facility highlights Thailand’s effort to develop its space capabilities.
SIoT is an essential technological element that drives smart city projects. It is commonly applied in various industries including retail, transportation, construction, environmental management and healthcare.
Malaysia will continue to work collaborate with other countries to adopt and advance smart manufacturing to further its Industry 4.0 initiatives.
The government is developing a plan of action stimulate new growth sectors via strategic investments in the automotive, aerospace, fintech, big data analytics, and tech-driven agriculture industries (among others).
The Thai government is changing the rules to benefit only those foreign companies with new, eco-friendly or advanced technologies, pushing companies to develop their tech edge.
In addition to facilitating retail digitisation and automation, this technology with its pioneering energy-efficient feature can also be integrated into a myriad of applications for Smart City solutions.
National policies must allow for investment incentives in more intangible products such as data acquisition, content creation and online platform presence to drive tourism.
Authorities say that 2019 will be the year of the Digital ID field; it is being designed to provide a verifiable platform of trust in cyberspace and to grow the nation’s digital economy.