With Singapore’s rapidly ageing population, the number of people requiring care will increase, meaning more people will be under pressure as caregivers – an issue tech can help alleviate.
Delegates discuss how technology can be deployed to solve pressing issues and deliver better citizen services.
EXCLUSIVE: Chan Cheow Hoe, Government Chief Digital Technology Officer on Singapore’s Smart Nation Journey
Chan Cheow provides insights on how Singapore leverages digital tech to improve the lives of citizens and businesses, especially during a crisis.
GovTech’s new Vulnerability Rewards Programme – a bug-hunting initiative – offers up to $5,000 for ethical hackers to find security vulnerabilities in public sector systems.
The past year has been marked by discontinuities and disruption in all aspects of our lives – work, home, school and social. In many ways, it has been a period of profound learning, adjustment and adaptation.
Helsinki has plenty in common with Singapore – the two cities have consistently ranked amongst the top 5 smartest cities in the world.
The new SafeEntry Gateway enables contactless detection of both App and Token to facilitate seamless check-ins. It will also help to check that the TT Token battery has not run out.
Besides the obvious logo change, the team has been working on making the app even more feature-packed and useful with key transactional pages available in Singapore’s four official languages by end of this year.
Singpass now offers residents greater convenience and accessibility when transacting with the government and private sector, both online and in person.
Estonia punches above its weight when it comes to digital adoption, and is often lauded as one of the most digitally advanced countries in the world.