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The Smart Nation Race: Singapore & China

For Singapore to make digital payments commonplace, the government is taking a step in the right direction – integrating systems. Regulatory oversight is crucial and the move towards a common QR code in Singapore prevents banks, payment networks and e-wallet providers with conflicting business interests to create close-loop systems that can only work with their own apps.


By Yue Yeng Fong | November 10th, 2017

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The ASEAN Digital Economy (& Enterprise Innovators Within)

Since its founding in 1967, ASEAN's share of global gross domestic product has almost doubled from 3.3% to 6.2% last year. The region has become the world's sixth largest economy with a combined GDP of US$2.55 trillion.


By Sue Yuin Ho | November 9th, 2017

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Smart Mobility 2030: Focus on Autonomous Vehicles

In the face of growing vehicle population and limited land for road expansion, Singapore is taking a multi prong approach to Urban Mobility with the launch of Smart Mobility Plan 2030, where Intelligent Transport Systems would play an important role in enhancing transportation services to maintain delightful travel experiences. The Internet of Things (IoT) will feature heavily with the implementation of Smart sensors & Devices in Land Transport allowing real time insights to be gleaned through big data.


By Ernest Ho | May 1st, 2017

Asia Pacific | Singapore

Changi Airport; Staying ahead of the game with IoT

Singapore's Changi Airport has been named the "World's Best Airport" for a fifth consecutive year, by research firm SkyTrax.


By Ernest Ho | May 1st, 2017

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ASEAN Smart Cities Part II

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You thought that Singapore is the only country that is capable of harnessing technology to create a sophisticated and smart city? In my previous article, we have seen some great initiatives in Malaysia (Cyberjaya) and Indonesia (Jakarta Smart City Lounge). ASEAN remains to be ambitious in realizing its smart cities. Here, we look at the smart city initiatives in Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.


By Abdullah Zaidani | May 1st, 2017

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Digital Reinvention with IBM Studios Singapore

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Presently located in IBM’s Watson Centre at the Marina Bay Financial Centre, IBM Studios Singapore was opened in Singapore less than a year ago, as a regional design centre that aims to help customers to create individualized business solutions and models using IBM’s research technology, cognitive capabilities and experience design, and to better align their businesses with the digital disruption in Asia.


By Admin | May 1st, 2017

Asia Pacific | Singapore

ASEAN Smart Cities Part 1

singapore iotOver the Christmas and New Year break, I finally got some time to head out and I made my way down to the civic district of Singapore (my life could have been more exciting, I admit). Apart from the captivating architecture of colonial buildings juxtaposed against the towering skyscrapers, it was hard to not notice how connected the city is. Singaporeans, both young and old, were all extremely engaged with their mobile devices.


By Abdullah Zaidani | May 1st, 2017

Asia Pacific | Singapore

ASEAN Internet of Things (IoT): 2016 Year in Review

As 2016 comes to a close, we are humbled to witness the remarkable progress of ASEAN nations in the past year through our work across the region in driving enterprise adoption of IoT technologies. With a population of over 600 million, a nominal GDP of $2.31 trillion, and a clear evolution from a low-cost manufacturing base to a sturdy pillar of Asia’s GDP growth, there is little doubt that ASEAN is in the frontline of global growth.


By Abdullah Zaidani | May 1st, 2017

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Powering the World's First Smart Nation

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Mr. Lee lamented: "Smart Nation is not just a slogan. It is a rallying idea for us all to work together, to transform our future together."


By Admin | May 1st, 2017