Navtech Radar, is continuing to cement its position as leading radar-based Automatic Incident Detection (AID) solutions for traffic management applications, after having expanded sales into North America, South America, Korea and China as the demand for traffic data and improved driver behavior increases.
NEC Corporation announced today that it has signed a global framework agreement with the Axiata Group, one of Asia’s largest telecom operators, regarding the provision, installation and related maintenance services for NEC’s iPASOLINK Series of ultra-compact microwave communication systems. Continue reading NEC signs global framework agreement with Axiata
Bangkok was ranked 39th in the list of the world’s 50 safest cities for 2015. In Asia Bangkok is ranked 14th safest city of 18, just before Dehli. Continue reading Bangkok ranked 14th safest city in Asia
The relentless smartphone growth in the Asia-Pacific region is set to slow dramatically in 2015. Asia-Pacific’s growth is set to drop from 43% in 2013 to 17% in 2014 and then to just 10 % in 2015, largely driven as ever by China, according to market intelligence firm ABI Research. Continue reading ABI Research: Asia’s smartphone growth to slow in 2015
Saudi Arabia, the world’s top crude exporter, will keep supplies at full contracted volumes for Asian term buyers in January, the latest sign the kingdom is holding firm against falling prices caused by oversupply. Continue reading Saudi Arabia to keep January crude supply to Asia steady
The detection of avian influenza on two farms in British Columbia has spurred several Asian markets to restrict imports of Canadian poultry, according to a Canadian government spokesman. Continue reading Asian markets restrict Canadian poultry after bird flu outbreak