Australia and Singapore yesterday signed a Digital Economy Agreement (DEA) to harness digital transformation and technology to expand trade and economic ties in the region. Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham and Singapore’s Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing signed the DEA digitally via videoconference. The SADEA is the second […]
In collaboration with GOVTECH You won’t be needing one of those coveted National Day Parade tickets to experience Singapore’s birthday celebrations this year. A reimagined parade will see popular segments taking place in the heartlands, with digital channels enabling Singaporeans to be a part of festivities from the comfort of […]
Asian Institute of Digital Finance Established in Singapore to Strengthen FinTech Education and Research
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the National Research Foundation (NRF) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) announced in a press release on 4th August 2020 that they will be setting up a research institute to develop deep capabilities supporting the demands of digital financial services in Asia. The Asian Institute of Digital Finance […]
As Singapore prepares for the progressive opening up of their borders in the coming months, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), supported by the Home Team Science and Technology Agency (HTX), have announced in a release that they will be issuing electronic devices from 10 August 2020 to all returning Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents […]
The face verification technology developed by GovTech enables Singaporean citizens and permanent residents to sign up for DBS’ digital banking services and activate accounts by using a photo of themselves or in other words a ‘selfie’.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore signed a MoU with five international partners today to develop and adopt common data standards and Application Programming Interface (API) specifications.
Quadratic Phenotypic Optimisation Platform (QPOP), developed by researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at NUS is helping doctors make better clinical decisions when treating cancer patients.
As Singapore restarts its economy, data-driven tech solutions will play a crucial role in helping the nation safely and successfully get back on its feet.
Restarting an economy during a pandemic is no simple task, which is why the Singapore Government is crowdsourcing for digital solutions to address COVID-19-related challenges.
GovTech and national water agency PUB joined forces to create a model that helps Singapore effectively manage its precious water resources.