The facility will house its new 5G Arena and an innovation testing centre. It is designed to enable teams from multinational technology companies, private organisations and educational institutions to exchange ideas, experiences and share trends in the tech business.
The trial is expected to last as long as six months. Developers will analyse the data with the intention of scaling up the program with its next-generation autonomous vehicles – 15-seat minibuses that are being called “shuttlepods.”
This partnership is aimed at shaping the workforce in Singapore into one which is rich in digital skills, knowledge and talent, along with providing more job opportunities within Singapore.
The Quantum Optical Ground Station will help researchers and industry better access unused data about the Universe as well as enable better monitoring of the planet.
The Smart Christchurch Innovation Expo has provided a platform to showcase technological advancements and fresh approaches to creating smarter, more liveable cities.
The partnership between the University of Brawijaya and a ride-hailing app will increase awareness and knowledge about digital technology.
The workshops are designed to encourage exchange about the roles of local infrastructure, technology, and community engagement and understanding about smart cities.
The forum has seven special interest groups for domains such as blockchain, data science, AI, ML, and cybersecurity.
The MOU will benefit SMEs as it encourages commercialisation of research through start-up initiatives as well as marketing and branding guidance, technology adoption, and connectivity.