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The Industrial Internet of Things system is a disruptive end-to-end technology built to provide deep data with ultra-lightweight infrastructure. “Fitbit-for-machines” - Cost-effective universal IoT system can be quickly deployed in minutes onto a diverse range of industrial machines to stream vital machine statistics to the secured cloud platform in real-time. “Lean-ops-in-a-box” - Data gets processed and transformed synchronously using advanced algorithms and state-of-the-art analytics tools ...

Booth A08 - Auk Industries
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Data analytics platform that combines information from different technological modules such as geo-referenced scouting and spraying apps, soil sensors, and weather stations. Once the information is processed and analysed, it’s delivered back to the farmers via email, SMS, and access through our business intelligence platform. This information is used to plan biological controls, analyse and program the spraying of a particular product, monitor the incidence of pests and diseases, and automating ...

Booth UA06 - SproutX
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UnaSensors is a brand new sensor-as-a-service offering that can kickstart anyone’s IoT journey at a maximum retail price of USD 5 per month, including hardware, software and connectivity. UnaSensors features five sensors: UnaSense: a temperature and humidity sensor, UnaMotion: a human passive infra-red (PIR) detector, UnaProtect: a magnetic sensor that detects opening and closing of assets, UnaBeacon: an asset locating tracker, UnaBell: a smarter button with brand new features. The fi...

Booth L08 - UnaBiz
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This technology aims to monitor the water quality in real-time to ensure that fishes are farmed in optimal conditions at all time. A prototype system was built to demonstrate the features of control and monitoring capabilities needed for a fish farm. Water quality issue is a challenge for aquaculture as water has...

Booth B40 - Singapore Polytechnic
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Acoustic Emission (AE) Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is a developing field of mod­ern engineering that deals with continuous monitoring of structures during their operation. SHM is the acquisition, validation and analysis of technical data to facilitate life-cycle management decisions. The present invention relates to damage detection of pipes using a reliable new in-situ structural health monitoring technology with embedded acoustic emission sensors within the laminates of carbon fibre pi...

Booth B39 - Republic Polytechnic
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This technology presents a microfluidic chip, containing silicon nanoparticles, which allows contamination factor analysis to the environment. The microfluidic chip introduces silicone nanoparticles, in the form of pillar structures, on the surface of the microchannel, which improves the 3-dimensional surface structure, increasing the surface area in contact with the target material and allows colour changes to be perceived by the naked eye.

Booth B21 - DeltaTech-Korea Ltd
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Infrared (IR) spectroscopy is widely used in chemical detection and analysis owning to its superior specificity and sensitivity. Molecules can be identified/detected by their unique optical absorption characteristics. Traditionally, Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometers are used, however they are bench-top instruments typically used in controlled laboratory environments. Miniaturization of those FTIRs and making them portable for field use is very attractive for range of applications i...

Booth B33 - LUX Photonics Consortium
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The complexity of urban drainage systems and blockages in it may impose difficulties and dangers in performing on-site inspection and detection of hazardous gases such as sulphur dioxide and methane, and even increase the risk of flooding associated with adverse weather conditions. However, the underground has been a challenging environment for wireless communication. Making use of the manhole cover as a part of the integrated sensor module, the technology provider has developed a first-of-its-...

Booth B26 - The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Our society is now becoming increasingly automated where autonomous machines, artificial intelligence, and robots will perform complex tasks. For this vision to be realized, machines must have cognitive abilities including basic five sense of human, e.g., sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. However, most development of machine perception thus far has not included the sense of smell. Our team aims to develop machine olfaction technology which mimics the human’s sense of smell to give m...

Booth B03 - Electronic Nose Company Limited
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