This investment together with last year’s A$70 million investment into the National Computational
Infrastructure located in Canberra aims to strengthen Australia’s position in
the global research environment.
Recognising the importance of capitalising on the opportunities presented by the digital age, and the need to promote cross-border electronic commerce (eCommerce) in the region, the states are establishing an ASEAN Agreement on E-commerce.
Bangkok, led by Enterprise Singapore, will make it easier for Singapore
startups to access the market for business opportunities, drive partnerships
between Singapore and Thai startups to co-create innovative solutions and build
a pipeline of talent for entrepreneurship and innovation.
top two levels of hospitals within the three-tier hospital system will be
encouraged to provide online services, including consultation, reservation and
test result inquiry. The
health authority intends to issue detailed online hospital regulations by May.
Traditional systems could no longer be used with the increased volumes of data coming in. Novantas also needed to process and analyse a greater variety of data, such as audio from call center recordings and unstructured text in payments transactions data.
The device detects incoming noise even before it reaches the
window, computes its attributes, and emits a countering sound or “anti-noise”. The
researchers are working with government agencies in Singapore to further
improve the technology to make it viable for commercial and residential
A UA pilot licensing
framework will be introduced for certain UA operations to ensure
that UA pilots have a minimum competency level. CAAS will also introduce a UA training organisation
support the proposed UA pilot licensing.
It combines satellite imagery from NASA with over 300 free,
open-source geospatial datasets from the World Bank, the UNHCR, Berkeley
Earth, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Climate Central,
S&P Global, Kudelski, the International Renewable Energy Agency and WWF, and
Selected SMEs will be guided by DEPA, UOB (Thai) and The
FinLab as they identify problem statements in their business and processes that
can be optimised with technology solutions. The FinLab will then curate and
shortlist suitable technology solutions and help the participating SMEs with
the pilot implementation of the solutions.
China will create its own smart car standards, traffic rules
and laws and regulations on safety. The government is also looking into regulations
on accident-incurred liabilities. Design guidance will be provided for smart
cars and standards will be set for test grounds.