UOW scientist develops wearable space tech
Research by the UOW scientist aims to make space travel safer by developing wearable radiation detectors so that astronauts can measure their exposure to cosmic rays in real-time.
Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, India launches e-Office
Over 50,000 officers will use the application, making the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs one of the largest government departments to automate its internal office procedures.
Thailand leans in to developing new digital hub
To make Thailand into a regional hub for investment, it must have an ecosystem conducive to trade and investment, supported by technology and digital advancement.
COVID-19 pushes digital transformation across Thailand
Numerous organisations pivoting towards work-from-home measures have adopted technologies related to video conferencing, collaborative tools and remote working.
HK insurtech startup launches medical coverage for pets
The firm lets customers buy and manage policies and file claims through a mobile app. It says that about 90% of approved claims will be paid within two working days.
Thai hospital to get AI solutions and 5G tech to fight COVID-19
The AI-assisted solution, based on the firm’s cloud technology, was co-developed by the firm and HY Medical, a Chinese enterprise that focuses on AI medical industry, using medical imaging through artificial intelligence.
Tech, tests and treatments to aid Coronavirus control and cure efforts
Australian scientists could hold the key to helping develop a vaccine to fight the deadly coronavirus; British researchers are finalising work on a new rapid detection coronavirus and the Japanese are looking an introduce earlier drug
Singapore government invests in Legal Technology research
Singapore Management University said its five-year research program aims to create “smart” contracts and “smart” statutes. It will start with the design and development of a domain-specific, high-level computer programming language that will be used to code laws, rules and contracts.
South Korea looks to tech to combat Covid-19
South Korea’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis has been widely lauded as a benchmark, in terms of both its effective response and its open and democratic approach.
Bushfire mapping tech deployed to aid Australian army
The technology was tested at the Kangaroo Island fire using a single-engine Piper aircraft flown 10,000 feet in the air.