Two tech companies operating within Hong Kong’s Smart Government Innovation Lab announced the roll-out of solutions that are now ready to be acquired by companies and institutions. Solution I – AI Autonomous Disinfection Robot Solution description The solution, called Bubble Fish, is a disinfection robot that can effectively purify the air and precisely eliminate the […]
The method could increase production efficiency of synthetic mRNAs up to 10x and could reduce the amount and the number of injections needed for mRNA drugs and vaccines potentially lowering treatment costs.
The Philippines is adopting a scan-and-go system for Electronic Arrival Cards (eArrival Cards) in the country’s airports to facilitate transit for incoming travellers and safeguard the public from the COVID-19 virus.
U.S. engineers have created sensors for face masks that can determine how well they fit. The technology detects contact between the mask and the wearer’s skin and measures biological and environmental changes.
As part of measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Ministry of Health has simplified access to the PeduliLindungi application to encourage the public to remain disciplined when checking into public venues.
Researchers have developed a new screening test application that can produce accurate results using people’s voice recordings that could help advance the early detection of Parkinson’s disease and severe COVID-19.
The biosecurity software uses data from a range of sources to map out rural interactions and potential disease pathways quickly, which could save New Zealand hundreds of millions of dollars by reducing response time.
Indonesia’s PeduliLindungi mobile app has been introduced as Citizen Health App. Five Indonesian startups won the G20 Digital Innovation Network Awards; a 5G Signal with international standards was used during a global meeting.
Harmonising Travel Health Practises in G20 Nations with Setiaji, Chief of Digital Transformation Office at Ministry of Health, Indonesia
Indonesia’s transition to digital health care has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and there are many opportunities for digitalisation that they are sharing with other countries.
A Hong Kong start-up specialising in diagnostics technologies recently announced a strategic partnership with a China-based biotech firm as well as the launch of its manufacturing site at the MARS Centre in Tai Po INNOPARK.