Skilled human resources are needed to be able to utilise innovation and technology, which are key to bringing the industry at par in the national and global levels.
SharkSpotter uses image processing techniques, state-of-the-art sensors and software, and applies deep learning neural networks for object detection and classification.
The Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability (e-CDT) system will document key information on fisheries products to enable traceability from harvest until destination.
The new professional development program will identify the necessary digital health capabilities needed to further improve the quality, safety and efficiency of care they deliver.
The One Map Policy information will be stored in one geoportal and will provide local governments with spatial data they will need for decision-making on land issues.
The cashless meters offer e-receipting by using a smartphone to scan a QR code removing the need to print a paper receipt.
The tech allows researchers to see the movement of air through the lungs in real-time, improving their capacity to assess functional airflow in both healthy and diseased lungs.
The MOU aims to provide a framework for closer cooperation to achieve a more secure, efficient, and reliable payment system; and to promote digital financial innovation.
The data trust will ensure the responsible use of metrics and will enable an understanding of how specialist scholarly books are being accessed and used.
The pedestrian crossing technology includes illuminated signage and flashing LED lights in the roadway, which will be activated automatically as pedestrians approach to cross.