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Primary School visit as part of IEEE Sarawak Subsection and IEEE SIGHT Humanitarian work

SIBU: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Sarawak Subsection and IEEE Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT) Sarawak, Swinburne University of Technology and University of Technology Sarawak (UTS) collaborated in organizing humanitarian project for communities in Sarawak. The alternative lighting project, successfully reached out to a secondary school,

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IEEE Sarawak 2021 Webinar series 3: A Journey toward Sustainability and Humanity: From AI Research to Commercialisation

The IEEE Malaysia Sarawak Subsection will be organizing the IEEE Sarawak 2021 Webinar series 3 titled A Journey toward Sustainability and Humanity: From AI Research to Commercialisation on the following date and time. This workshop will be conducted by Ts. Dr. Chai Kok Chin, the CEO of NEUON.AI. Speaker: Ts. Dr. Chai

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IEEE Sarawwak Special Interest Group conducted IoT 4 Community workshop and challenge

As a part of the IoT in the community project, IEEE Sarawak Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT) had recently executed the IoT workshop and competition, known as “IEEE IoT 4 Community workshop and challenge”. The team consist of Ir. Ts. Dr. Then Yi Lung, Dr. Mark Tee Kit

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Members of IEEE Sarawak Secure Special Fund from IEEE Region 10 & HAC to minimize the risk of COVID19 infection for people with visual impairment

Our members Dr Lau Bee Theng, Dr Mark Tee Kit Tsun and Dr Aylwin Chai Bing Chun, have recently been awarded a special fund from IEEE Region 10 (Asia Pacifics) and IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee to conduct a project on developing an autonomous physical distancing tool for people with visual

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Completion of Three Humanitarian Technology Projects in Conjunction with the 8th IEEE R10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2020.

IEEE (US) Humanitarian Activities Committee, IEEE Region 10, IEEE Sarawak and Swinburne Sarawak collaborated in organizing three humanitarian projects for communities in Sarawak. These projects included Community Empowerment: Promoting Safe and Sustainable Food Production; Vulnerable Community Empowerment: Promoting Hygiene and Clean Water Production; Youth Empowerment; Tackling Challenges to Water-Energy-Food Security (WEF)

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Free Electricity Generator Installed At Kampung Salak, Kuching

The IEEE Sarawak Subsection’s Humanitarian Technology team have recently executed the alternative lighting project 2, known as ‘Free Energy: Calories for Electricity’ at Sekolah Kebangsaan Salak, Kuching, Sarawak. The team was co-led by Dr. Then Yi Lung, the Chair for Humanitarian Technology Activities of IEEE Sarawak Subsection and Dr. Tay

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