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Our IoT technology solves the problem of delivering real-time situational awareness data from ships to shore at a fraction of the costs usually associated with ship-board sensor devices. The technology consists of a small, autonomous and very cost-efficient Linux-based minicomputer with integrated sensors for AIS-traffic,ship motions (roll and pitch angles + periods of roll are edge-computed in the unit), barometer and optional USB-camera. The IoT unit is specially designed for low-bandwidth VS...

Exhibitor : Embassy of Finland, Singapore
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From“hands-free” wearables to sensors, Internet of Things (IoT) to robotics- smart technologies and automation can profoundly change logistics, supply chain management and how global business is conducted. These devices and smart equipment capture and generate unprecedented amounts of data along the supply chain. By harnessing the big data generated coupled with our broad spectrum of capabilities in advanced data science and machine learning, these technologies unleash endless possib...

Exhibitor : Singapore Management University, School of Information Systems
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We have secured numerousprojects in the mature industry of port automation, including clinching projects from major MNCs.

Exhibitor : i2P Ventures Pte Ltd
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Last-mile deliveries in urban areas often raise environmental and social issues in Singapore and urban cities worldwide. As the e-commerce market and urban logistics spending continue to grow globally (and locally), the social aspect of this trend i.e. congestion and environmental pollution needs to be addressed. We envision a collaborative urban logistics eco-system that addresses the various aspects of last-mile delivery, from the suppliers through urban consolidation centres to end point (B2...

Exhibitor : Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence
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With the rise of new threats to cargo security, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to deploy electronic cargo tracking solution in their logistics operations. This technology is an integrated trip based security portal that combines the use of GPS, satellite, RFID and NB IoT to improve efficiency and security. Users of this solution will be able to track their cargo electronically alongside additional features necessary to their operations, for instance, the tracking of light, t...

Exhibitor : Ascent Solutions Pte Ltd
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Singapore has over 2,200 traffic lights and nearly 30,000 registered taxis. If the top 10% of traffic lights would be addressed this requires a multi-million infrastructure investment, that would increase traffic flow (20-40%), fuel efficiency (up to 15%) and safety, while decreasing traffic bound emissions (up to 30%%) and noise. We developed a technology concept for optimisation of large traffic networks through in-car or road-side green light optimised speed advice (GLOSA) based on interacti...

Exhibitor : TNO Singapore
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The future of last-mile delivery is highly dependent on the evolution of e-commerce, which is why the way companies choose to operate today has changed dramatically. One of the biggest drivers of this change has been the growth of online retail, which is growing exponentially, with an immense surge in the number of digital buyers in Asia Pacific alone. The on-demand delivery economy lives up to our modern era as it allows businesses to simplify operations and make deliveries more efficient thro...

Exhibitor : CarPal SG Pte Ltd
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Automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) system can be deployed all day to perform surveillance and illegal parkingdeterrence and reduce reliance on human resources. It can also help to improve customer relationship management when the human resource is limited, for example, ALPR system could identify VIPs license plate and allow ALPR system’s user to have more responsetime to prepare for the arrival of VIPs. Typical technical challenges for ALPR include low-resolution images, illuminati...

Exhibitor : Panasonic R&D Center Singapore
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Anyone considering IoT and optimisation of resource and asset utilisation, visibility and productivity will know that solutions require broader 'ecosystem' scale reach. We have embraced the need for security, connectivity,accessibility and scalability to deliver a Unified Cloud Ecosystem (UCE) that comprises: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Identity as a Service (IDaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS). Leveraging the agility and scalability of...

Exhibitor : Department for International Trade (British High Commission)
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We have a system providing automated storage device which is both secure and connected to the cloud system for monitoring of usage. Our system consists of a central controller unit and side units which can be scaled and extended according to the needs of the users and the deployment site. Our product is highly customisable and can be used for various storage needs, sizes and required use cases through software work flows. Coupled with the integration of user accounts, content tracking, paymen...

Exhibitor : i2P Ventures Pte Ltd
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Our technology answers energy autonomousproblems for billions of connected devices. Over 50 billion connected devices are expected by 2020. Powering all these devices will be a challenge.Our solution is a unique convergence between Solar Power and Internet of Things (IoT), with pragmatic product design. Our expertise in system design gives usthe ability to rapidly prototype any new solar powered IoT solutions. We use high-efficiency, cost-effective and cutting edge solar-powered systems. Our tea...

Exhibitor : Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
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Uber and Uber-like services have been rocking the taxi industry globally for the past few years. Traditional taxi companies have been slow in responding to these challenges. The development of DGS technology aims to help taxi drivers to compete against ride-hailing technologies by providing guidance to an area with predicted demand (i.e. actionable driving decision) that would help drivers shorten their empty cruising time before finding the next passenger. The technology is delivered via a sma...

Exhibitor : Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence
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The Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence (CoE) was established on 15 October 2014 through a public-private partnership between Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore Management University (SMU) and Fujitsu Limited over a period of 5 years. The Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp Lab (UNiCEN) supports the SMU-arm of the CoE, and is a synergistic industry-university partnership jointly funded by Fujitsu Limited and the National Research Founda...

Exhibitor : Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence
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