Suitable patients can now consult healthcare professionals from wherever they are.
As part of efforts to catalyse the development and deployment of autonomous vehicles to enhance Singapore's land transport system, LTA has signed a partnership agreement with ST Kinetics to develop and trial autonomous buses.
To prioritize and focus Governments’ efforts on digital and smart solutions with the aim of providing better services for our citizens and businesses, a new Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO) will be formed. Together with GovTech as the implementing agency, and collectively known as the Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG) in the Prime Minister’s Office, it will allow better integration and responsiveness in our strategy and processes.
Singapore will be the first in Asia, and one of the few cities in the world, to allow direct payment of public transport rides using contactless credit or debit cards.
The agreements between GovTech and each IHL will share a common goal – to develop the technology ecosystem by enhancing the capabilities and competencies of the students, IHLs, and commercial entities through opportunities offered by the public sector to work on smart technologies.
Singapore moves another step closer towards autonomous freight transport with signed agreements to design, develop and test-bed an autonomous truck platooning system for use on Singapore's public roads.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has started implementing energy-efficient Light Emitting Diodes (LED) for our street lights since 2013, and will extend this technology to all street lights island-wide. LTA will also replace the existing timer-based street lighting system with a Remote Control and Monitoring System (RCMS) to allow the system to be more responsive to weather changes.
MAS FinTech Regulatory Sandbox guidelines seek to encourage and enable more FinTech experimentations.
12 sets of data from MAS’ Monthly Statistical Bulletin have been published as Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) on the MAS website.
The new statutory board will spearhead the Government’s digital and data strategy; partnering public agencies, industry and citizens to transform public service delivery through the use of technologies such as data science and analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning.