The device aims to address contamination issues in rural India. The device provides a user-friendly readout of soil quality through a mobile application, targeting accessibility for non-experts.
Vietnam is set to shut down its 2G network by December, paving the way for more advanced telecom tech. The move will reduce 2G subscriptions to under 5% by the end of 2023, with a complete shutdown scheduled for 2024.
The Unified Portal for Agricultural Statistics will address data-related governance challenges in agriculture like the lack of standardised and verified data. It aims to support policymakers in decision-making.
The government is establishing digital transformation centres in cities and provinces across the country, aiming to provide guidance, business-oriented applications and resources to facilitate embracing digitalisation.
TRAI has released a consultation paper to address concerns regarding the accessibility and affordability of services that rely on broadband connections, particularly among marginalised communities.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade aims to increase the cashless payment ratio in e-commerce to 50% over the next two years. It will also create a system to protect buyers and sellers when carrying out non-cash payment transactions.
Vietnam aims to become a leader in biotechnology in Asia, with ambitious goals for sustainable growth and a focus on addressing environmental challenges while contributing significantly to its GDP by 2030 and 2045.
The Saigon Hi-Tech Park Management Board has inaugurated the Electronics and Semiconductor Centre, highlighting the importance of microchip design and innovation in achieving global competitiveness.
The AMBER project aims to provide cloud skills training and career guidance to 1,500 individuals, equipping them with valuable skills and connecting them to employment opportunities while emphasising gender equity and empowering women in the tech industry.
Under the project to build and implement the e-parliament, key considerations include international and domestic digital trends, regulatory reforms, and the use of suitable technologies to ensure the project’s long-term relevance.