Digitalisation and green technologies are changing Singapore’s maritime industry; a new guidebook offers realistic job redesign methods for workers who require new skills to adapt.
CUHK partners with CRRIST and a space biotech company to collaborate on scientific experiments related to space, contributing to national scientific progress and promoting innovation and technology in Hong Kong.
The Digital Economy Promotion Agency is seeking advice and inputs to enhance and create survey techniques and procedures that will help advance the digital economy and promote regional digital firms’ growth.
The Philippines is digitising its transport infrastructure with the help of the Department of Information and Communications Technology to elevate progress, efficiency and innovation to enhance the national travel experience.
Flinders University is leading an AU$1 million project for integrated primary care services using technology to help chronic disease patients in low-income neighbourhoods, setting a model for other regions.
The automated lab, which employs artificial intelligence and robotics, has simplified some aspects of studying polymers to enhance the next generation of bendable electronics utilised in wearable devices like smart glasses and watches.
The Taiwanese Ministry of Digital Affairs has announced the approval of two companies for commercial satellite communication frequency, facilitating the expansion of satellite communication services in Taiwan.
As part of its plan to boost Indonesia’s internet infrastructure, the government has handed away some of its control over the radio frequency spectrum (SFR) in the 2.3 GHz band with an aim to better serve citizens and boost the economy.
Chinese scientists have made significant progress in developing an ultra-high-speed maglev train that could connect Shanghai and Hangzhou in just 15 minutes, using vacuum tube technology.
Scams involving the installation of remote access software are becoming increasingly common and allows bad actors to obtain personal or financial information and send messages using the victims’ devices.