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About 1,000 enterprises and 75,000 employees can take advantage of the Marine & Offshore Engineering Industry Digital Plan (IDP) to overcome current industry challenges through digitalisation. Digitalisation would allow M&OE enterprises to mitigate some of the impact brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Jointly developed by Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and the Infocomm Media Development Authority …

  Preparig for digitalisation can be made easy with the Food Manufacturing Industry Digital Plan! Read on to find out how this plan has helped Lek Lim Nonya Cake Trading, Baker’s Bew and Tiong Lian Food Pte Ltd.   From Peranakan to Indian, Singapore is home to a bewildering array of cuisines. Behind the scenes …

An easy-to-use breath test that can accurately detect COVID-19 within a minute has received provisional authorisation from Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA). Developed by Breathonix Pte Ltd, a spin-off company from the National University of Singapore (NUS), the BreFence™ Go COVID-19 Breath Test System is the first breath analysis system to secure provisional authorisation in …

Grab Singapore announced a pilot robot runner service at Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) Mall, starting the second week of June. The robot runner will help to consolidate orders across several restaurants within the mall before handing them off to delivery-partners at a central collection point for last-mile delivery. Through this pilot service, it is projected …

The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has established the OT Cybersecurity Expert Panel (OTCEP) comprising 11 local and international Operational Technology[1]  (OT) cybersecurity experts. The inaugural meeting will be held in September 2021. About OTCEP The establishment of an OTCEP was first announced at the Singapore International Cyber Week 2020. Cyber threats to OT, …

The NTU team developed their plant ‘communication’ device by attaching a conformable electrode (a piece of conductive material) on the surface of a Venus flytrap plant using a soft and sticky adhesive known as hydrogel. With the electrode attached to the surface of the flytrap, researchers can achieve two things: pick up electrical signals to …

Amid the economic disruption wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic last year, at least one disruptive force among Singapore’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) was for good. Outsized digitalisation across the board has meant, for many smaller businesses here, three to five years’ worth of digital progress in a single year. The opportunities before these newly …

A*STAR’s innovations in hybrid lighting technologies will create farming environments where vegetables can be produced sustainably and cost effectively. Indoor farming has gained traction in highly urbanised countries such as Singapore. Crops can be grown in dense, vertically stacked layers. The Future of Farming By 2050, the world will need to feed an estimated 9 …

Singpass now offers access to more than 1,400 everyday services and empowers close to 200 private sector organisations The Government Technology Agency (GovTech) today announced the refreshed Singpass brand identity, the first in 18 years, with a new logo that marks its evolution of becoming Singapore’s trusted national digital identity. Today, Singpass offers residents greater …

ST Engineering announced the launch of its new high performance AIR+ Reusable Mask which provides N95-grade filtration and anti-microbial protection against PM2.5 particles, haze, bacteria and viruses. Targeted at users who are at greater risk of exposure to viruses, as well as consumers seeking reusable masks that provide enhanced protection, the AIR+ Reusable Mask offers a …