The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and NTT have agreed to promote smarter, safer and more secure cities in New South Wales (NSW) state.
UTS is one of the world-leading universities of technology and its academic expertise in telecommunications (5G/6G), Quantum Computing Software, robotics, cybersecurity, data science and AI make it a strong co-innovation fit for Japanese tech giant, NTT.
The partnership will drive economic growth for NSW, create local jobs, increase the local talent pool, and support NSW’s growing technology export economy.
“With the combined expertise and experience of UTS and NTT, NSW can expect innovation driven technologies to meet the evolving needs of our increasingly connected cities,” said Professor Andrew Parfitt, the Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Technology Sydney. “Sydney’s Tech Precinct is the opportune location for this partnership to thrive and enable, power and integrate new technologies into our communities.”
NTT has a strong reputation for smart innovation, collaborating with leading universities, cities and states worldwide. NTT’s focused goal is to make communities and cities more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. Under the strategic partnership with UTS, NTT will accelerate co-innovation to promote smarter, safer and more secure cities using cutting-edge technologies in telecommunications, cybersecurity, IoT, AI, virtual technologies and Digital Transformation solutions.Click below to share this article