COVID-19 has now not only reinvigorated the role of digital government in delivering public services and in ensuring business continuity but has also brought about innovative ways in managing the crisis.
One of the options being considered to make travel safer, is an immunity passport which collects testing data and enables people to share their immunity status with an employer, airline or airport security.
Preparing for returning to an office-centric model needs to have all stakeholders involved dynamically - critical event management strategies cannot be unilateral nor one a one-way street.
With a vision to use nature and its organic processes as the biofuel to power batteries of the future, Bioo aims to create a symbiosis between nature and technology to create a better life for everyone.
In an ever-evolving digital landscape where cyber attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, the deployment of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Machine Learning is critical for a safer customer experience.
This crisis offers a unique opportunity to accelerate digital transformation and the COVID-19 response is driving the need for seamless inter-ministry and inter-agency collaboration in this VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) climate.
CleanTech innovators, Anzene, plans to launch their smart, safe and eco-friendly power block in the second quarter of 2021. They are still fine-tuning the innovation and plan to make it more powerful using a swapping station with multiple energy blocks.
Singapore OpenGov Leadership Forum 2018
OpenGov Conference – A Gathering of Top Minds in Digital Transformation.