NICTNational Institute of Information and Communications Technology (Japan)
NICTNational Information and Communication Technology (various countries)
NICTNew Information and Communication Technology
NICTNational Institute for Compilation and Translation (Taiwan Ministry of Education; est. 1932)
NICTNetwork for Information and Computer Technology (est. 1995; India)
NICTNew Island Conservation Trust (Falkland Islands)
NICTNational Incident Coordination Team (EPA)
NICTNaha International Container Terminal (Okinawa, Japan)
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CiNet is a research institute located in the City of Suita, Osaka, Japan and belongs to both the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and Osaka University.
According to reports, staff at the NICT will use default passwords and password dictionaries to try and hack randomly-selected IoT devices, and compile a list of vulnerable devices.
Officials from the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), and Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) and NICT have signed the MOU during a ceremony at the PAGASA Weather and Flood Forecasting Center in Quezon City on Friday.
NICT constructed the transmission system using an optical fibre developed by Fujikura, and successfully transmitted over 1,045km with a data-rate of 159Tb/s.
The conference is organised in partnership with NICT: the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology.
After the above ERATO project, two main theoretical problems remained, and their resolutions had been strongly required by the NICT project because they are linked to the security evaluation of these installed QKD systems.
The see through screen is fabricated using a hologram printer that was developed by NICT. The printer not only prints 3D data for visualisation, but is also able to fabricate the DDHOE.
The questionnaire has been conceived using open and multiple choice questions, as to approach the following layers: the frequency of using NICT, the purpose of using NICT in order to stay informed on events concerning the church, humanitarian projects, youth activities, activity of ADRA (main church charitable organization--Adventist Association for Development and Care), as well as on other religious denominations.
The PAWR data are archived in the NICT Science Cloud and made available to the public through
Individualizing trends on NICT makes difficult community use.
A smart community is defined as a geographical area ranging in size from a neighborhood to a multicounty region which citizens, organizations, and governing institutions deploy an NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) to transform their region in significant and fundamental ways (Eger, 1997).
'Human Behavior Prediction Simulator' will be developed and commercialized after a technology transfer from joint R&D by Kyoto University and the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT).