Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore updated the CTO-as-a-Service platform for enterprises that want to go digital, understand what solutions to adopt for their business challenge or choose the best solution.
MDEC has kicked off its eRezeki programme for 2022; it is a training and job placement programme that focuses on generating high-value income opportunities for gig workers.
NSW’s new strategy aims to foster investment in housing, growing and upskilling the health workforce, ensuring access to quality learning at every stage of life and improving transport and digital connectivity.
DOST-ASTI has released Kooha Version 2.0, an app that takes real-time data from a mobile device’s built-in sensors and embeds it in a photo; all photographs captured by the app will be shared on the Kooha Community
The rollout of Queensland’s Smart Ticketing System is doing well as the AU$ 371 million project continues to gather pace. The innovative technology enables more ways to pay for public transport across Queensland.
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The Philippines was chosen as one of the pilot countries to be connected to the Arterial Research and Educational Network in the Asia Pacific (ARENA-PAC); the country’s internal revenue announces the availability of the enhanced chatbot “Revie.”
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The second round of the AU$12 million SBIR programme provides small businesses grants of up to AU$100K as part of the first phase to work alongside the government and undertake feasibility studies of proposed solutions.