Sunday, March 26, 2023

21K School goes global with the launch of its new world campus

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21K School announced the launch of a new global school, 21K School World Campus specifically designed for students in Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa. 21K School World Campus would be operating in all time zones covering 205 countries and 1.5 Billion School going students.

RoboFit launches Australia’s first robot powered therapy centre

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With the mission to contribute to a cure for paralysis, RoboFit is the culmination of a 10 year journey for husband and wife duo Maryanne Harris and Daniel Hillyer - offering Australia’s first neuro-responsive exoskeleton and opening Australia’s first robot powered therapy centre. Using cutting-edge tech to redefine rehabilitation by combining exercise physiology and physiotherapy, Cyberdyne’s tech changed founder Daniel’s life, restoring motor and sensory function once thought to be lost forever and proving that you should never say never.

Luxembourg to leverage SES’s O3b mPOWER for Europe and NATO

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SES has announced that the Government of Luxembourg has officially unveiled its intent to leverage SES’s high-performance, second-generation Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) system – O3b mPOWER – as a critical resilient satcom infrastructure for Luxembourg, its partners and NATO in the areas of defence and security, disaster recovery and more.

Philippines retail chain SM Retail now live with Fluent Order Management

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SM Retail, one of the largest retail chain of stores in the Philippines has successfully implemented a new distributed Order Management System (OMS) from Fluent Commerce. SM Retail is the country’s leading retailer with a nationwide portfolio of department stores, supermarkets and specialty stores – including dedicated hardware, home and toy stores.

Magic Valley transforms the future of meat in Australia with meat prototype

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In an Australian scientific first, the local innovators at Magic Valley have created a cultivated lamb meat prototype, completely free from animal byproducts.

Swoop announces the imminent roll out of its millimetre wave network

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Fixed wireless and wholesale infrastructure service provider Swoop (ASX:SWP) has announced the imminent rollout of their ground-breaking millimetre wave network. Swoop is one of Australia’s leading internet service providers with a focus on regional Australia.

Insurance tech innovator ClaimShare now detects fraudulent third parties

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Anti-fraud data sharing solution ClaimShare now supports the detection of possibly fraudulent third parties in potential duplicate claims fraud. The capabilities were added following feedback from clients, broadening ClaimShare’s ability to help insurers prevent avoidable losses.

Aussie couple helping women save thousands every year on hair care

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Partners Maia Dodds and Craig Ford have shaken up the hair care industry by creating an Aussie-first hair colouring solution that will save women $300+ every time they need to colour their hair - and give them three hours of their life back with each treatment. The news will be welcomed by the 75% of Aussie women over the age of 35 who dye their hair.

Danish telecom firm Nuuday picks Netcracker as its strategic partner

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Netcracker Technology announced that Nuuday, a telecom service provider in Denmark, has selected Netcracker as its partner for the IT transformation program in the Nordic region.

Chief Rabbi of Israel affirms Aleph Farms’ cultivated steak is kosher

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Aleph Farms, the cultivated meat firm growing steaks from non-genetically engineered animal cells, revealed that Israeli Chief Rabbi, David Baruch Lau, ruled its steak to be kosher, permitting its consumption by Jews under religious law. This ruling, from the leader of the Chief Rabbinate — a bellwether rabbinic council for religious certifications in Judaism — opens the door for Aleph Farms to receive a kosher certificate ahead of its launch later this year.