The past year has been marked by discontinuities and disruption in all aspects of our lives – work, home, school and social. In many ways, it has been a period of profound learning, adjustment and adaptation.
HTX Singapore’s Home Team Science & Technology Agency is using innovative technology devices to carry out proper documentation of road traffic accident scenes and provide critical information and valuable insights for investigations.
Integration expands NCS’ NEXT service offerings in end-to-end advanced analytics and big data to support its Asia-Pacific growth strategy.
The DfL movement aims to strengthen the community to help Singapore citizens use digital as a lifelong tool, and to enrich their lives through digital platforms.
How Central Banks can support sustainable growth through green finance and enhance cross-border payments
Central banks need to channel innovation capabilities to address two key challenges – improving sustainability and enhancing cross-border payments.
Through these new digital initiatives, the government hopes that Singapore’s Chinatown businesses will continue to innovate and develop new offerings that appeal to local and international visitors.
The UAE remains Singapore’s largest trading partner and investment destination in the Middle East and North Africa region, with bilateral trade amounting to S$12.8 billion in 2020.
SGUnited Jobs and Skills programmes launched last year placed more than 12,400 jobseekers into ICT jobs; more than 18,700 jobs, company-hosted traineeships, attachments and training opportunities remain.
Helsinki has plenty in common with Singapore – the two cities have consistently ranked amongst the top 5 smartest cities in the world.
Singapore University and private sector collaborate to co-create people-centric smart building systems
The NUS School of Design and Environment will kick off with the first research project in April 2021, which will be led by Assistant Professor Clayton Miller from its Department of Building.