Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES) -Smart Intersection to Deliver Safer and More Sustainable Transport
The Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem consists of more than 200 smart sensors connecting all parts of the transport environment within a 6-km area across the suburb.
The Quick Response Electronic Data Capture machine will contribute to the digitalisation of the transaction system of SMEs in Indonesia.
The introduction of this new technology will likely reduce the time and cost needed to erect scaffolds to carry out inspections underneath the pile deck; this will significantly improve inspection efficiency.
Under a two-tier issuing system, Thai and HK central banks will explore blockchain-backed digital currencies to facilitate quicker payment in bilateral trade.
The interactive platform lets pilots access a digital version of pre-flight briefing notes and material, and tools to monitor flight progress, navigation, fuel logs, weather data and more – making it easier to make decisions before and during a flight.
By having implementors, technology drivers and industry experts, such as researchers and farmers, at a shared platform, the gap between theoretical innovation and real-life solutions in Malaysia is being bridged.