The CHIPS Act provides funding to build semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the U.S., as well as to advance research and development, including special applications for the Department of Defense, and to train the semiconductor workforce.
Wanting to help its commuters, the Department of Transportation has tasked a leading search engine company to include bike lanes in its digital map app.
DSTA Singapore enhanced Singapore Armed Forces by harnessing technology ranging from cybersecurity, systems engineering to procurement and protective technology, such as developing simulation technology to realise training capabilities.
To restructure the economy after the COVID-19 pandemic, Taiwan focused on six key strategic industries including cybersecurity, precision healthcare and national defence and strategy by leveraging AI, IoT, cloud and 5G.
The agreement will facilitate the development of training programmes for Air Force personnel, which will provide platforms for the dissemination of knowledge and novel ideas to innovate new technologies.
Defence Science and Technology Agency of Singapore celebrates 20 years of leveraging technology to protect the nation
DSTA has grown by leaps and bounds since its incorporation, building a range of deep expertise – from our air, naval and land systems, to C3 and cybersecurity.
Eventually, iris patterns and facial features will replace fingerprints as the primary biometric identifiers for immigration clearance. while fingerprints will be used as a secondary biometric identifier.
Singapore Police Force and HTX Develop Smart Training Technology to Enhance Firearm Training Delivery
The system provides information on the shots and real-time analysis of human factor which allows for timely and targeted feedback to the officers to improve their proficiency.
The simulator enables highly realistic vessel simulation at speeds exceeding 50 knots and is integrated with advanced eye-tracking in addition to weapon capabilities.