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Singapore Mobility Challenge

The Singapore Mobility Challenge 2022 continues the mission of enhancing the public transport system and improving the lives of commuters. If you have a solution that addresses any one of our challenge statements, this innovation challenge is for you. Application Deadline: 10 August 2022 …

JTC Innovation Challenge 2022

JTC seeks out innovative solutions from the innovative ecosystem to address the operational challenges in the built environment faced by JTC and the public sector. The desired outcomes of the arising innovation projects are: i) to reduce the life cycle cost in the ownership of Building and Infrastructure; ii) to improve manpower productivity and reduce … …

IMDA Open Innovation Platform

싱가포르 정보통신 미디어 개발청(IMDA)이 주도하고 있는 산업 지원정책인 OIP(Open Innovation Platform)는 가상 크라우드소싱 플랫폼으로 실제 현장에서 벌어지는 문제점과 이를 해결할 수 있는 개발자간 네트워킹을 통해 기술을 개발, 상용화시키는 것을 목적으로 두고 있는 프로그램입니다. o 대상 : 스타트업, 연구개발센터, 대학, 정보 통신 미디어 전문가 등 o 신청기간 : 2022.07.17까지 o 신청 방법 : 웹사이트(www.openinnovation.sg) 가입 후 … …

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Spending by SMEs on IT to lead ASEAN

According to the IDC, Thailand’s small businesses are expected to see their IT spending achieve a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7%, rising from US$1.03 billion in 2021 to $1.34 billion in 2025, versus the Asean CAGR of 7.4%. Indonesia is expected to be in second place in 2025 in terms of small enterprises’ … …

Malaysia sets STI as main driver for digital economic growth

The Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry (Mosti) is focusing on efforts to mainstream Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) as the main driver of economic growth to remain globally competitive. Malaysia, through Mosti, is always open to forging a strategic partnership with global institutions in the area of digitalisation. For more info, read here. …

Singapore boosting quantum computing

Singapore is stepping up its investments into quantum computing with two new initiatives aimed at boosting talent development and providing better access to the nascent technology. These initiatives will receive at least $23.5 million from the QEP for up to 3½ years under Singapore’s Research, Innovation and Enterprise 2020 plan. For more info, read here. …

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