In an increasingly digital environment, data has an essential role to play in the military as computing, analytics and information are vital in supporting troops and efforts on the battlefield.
The Sichuan node consists of Chengdu and Chongqing data centres and has been integrated into the computing power network hub nodes to constitute China’s “East Counting West Counting” eight-node project.
A research centre has been established at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore to develop molecular analysis using digital tools; this work may open the way for real-time study of health, illness, and environmental data.
The NSW government has launched a new Smart Beaches project that will provide real-time data to almost 50 beaches in NSW and help lifeguards more accurately predict beach conditions using GPS and smart cameras.
The portal will provide geospatial data visualisation and analytics for the union territory, consisting of the spatial viewer, geospatial utility mapping, and geo-tourism.
Indonesia requires Electronic Medical Records (RME) to be adopted in health facilities to advance technology in the sector.
An AU$15 million project to develop a national soil information system, aimed at improving the sustainable management of one of the nation’s most precious assets was revealed recently by CSIRO.
The Indonesian government is focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Bitcoin, Cloud Computing, and Data Analytics (ABCD) to reach its US$315 billion target by 2030.
The Indonesian government is encouraging the use of Big Data and AI in its e-government initiatives to improve citizen services and overall experience.
The Cyberspace Administration body announced a new regulation for organisations carrying out personal information and data.