The Ministry of Tourism and Culture is working together with the Selangor State Development Corporation and Microsoft Malaysia to host a hackathon called ‘Discovery MY Apps’ which aims to tap the creativity of local software developers to promote Malaysia’s tourism potential.
Anne Arundel County’s Health Department recently joined Pinterest in an effort to better promote their initiatives and campaigns.
The People’s Association’s Community Emergency and Engagement Committee Council Executive Committee has launched its first interactive e-book on how the Singapore community has worked together to create a safe and resilient home.
The Chinese government released its first open platform 爱城市 (which literally means ‘Love City’) in Qingdao - a major city in Eastern China with a population of 8.7 million - bringing the city a step closer towards its goal of becoming a Smart City.
New South Wales (NSW), Australia has released the state’s first Open Data Policy forging its commitment to improve the way government agencies interact with citizens.
A story map developed by Esri, StandbyTaskForce and GIS corps depicts the trail of devastation left behind by Super Typhoon Haiyan, or locally known in the Philippines as Yolanda.
Google Person Finder, a crowdsource web application that allows individuals to post and search for status of friends and loved ones affected by Typhoon Yolanda, now tracks 77,000 records.
Bahrain is looking to promote transparency in governance as it develops and adopts a comprehensive electronic participation strategy.
Kicking off the annual Esri Asia Pacific User Conference, Vincent Hoong, Chief Executive Officer of the Singapore Land Authority, (SLA) shared the importance of leveraging Geospatial Information Science and Technology (GIST) in achieving their vision of becoming geospatially enabled.
In a bid to support ongoing disaster relief efforts, the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) has asked the Digital Humanitarian Network (DHN), a consortium of volunteers and technical communities, to mobilise their volunteer base to help local and international disaster relief agencies assess the damage and impact brought about by super typhoon Haiyan.
According to an announcement by Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), since it launched the revamped eCitizen portal last September, traffic to the site grew by 65 per cent and success rate of searches tripled.
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