HKSTPHong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
'We aim to collect valuable data to enable future innovation and leverage artificial intelligence (AI), big data management and Internet of Things (IoT) to create a smart campus,' Simon Wong, chief project development officer at HKSTP, said.
(Hong Kong) Solomon Systech Limited ("Solomon Systech"/"SSL"), a Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) partner company, is pleased to announce that its bistable display (E-Paper) driver Integrated Circuit ("IC") has been adopted for use in Electronic Shelf Labels (ESLs) currently in operation at the T-Shop & Lab, an unmanned retail shop located at Hong Kong Science Park.
Three of the best and brightest biotech companies to emerge from HKSTP were featured at the seminar, each of them helping to change lives in the most incredible ways.
The 288-seat hall was named after the late Professor Kao, a founding member of HKSTP's Board of Directors, in 2010.
Cheung, vice president of business development and technology support at HKSTP. "After evaluating a number of test suppliers, we felt that Credence would be ideal because of its commitment to providing manufacturers in the Asia-Pacific region the highest value test solutions, services and support.
Hong Kong - PwC Hong Kong ("PwC") and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation ("HKSTP") today jointly announced the launch of Tech Raiser, a two-year fundraising programme that aims to build star companies, expand the investor community and attract quality technology companies to Hong Kong, with a view to fostering a robust Innovation & Technology (I&T) ecosystem for Hong Kong to stay competitive in the new economy.
The seminar also featured innovations from three biotechnology companies fostered by the HKSTP, including an automatic retinal image analysis device to detect the risk of age-related white matter hyperintensities, which are linked to dementia and cognitive decline, provided at a low cost and without the need for a MRI scan (Booth: 3F-G04); a portable immune system diagnostic platform to detect various diseases with just a drop of blood or saliva (Booth: 3F-G20); and a portable radiation-free scoliosis assessment system that uses 3D ultrasound imaging technology (Booth: 3F-G04).
In Munich, the technology-focused seminar was jointly organised between the HKTDC and the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP) Corporation.