EE 2019

Young guns fire up Singapore industries

THEY may be young companies, but they are pushing the envelope in their respective industries - and making money from it too.

ACE reeling in growth opportunities with high-tech fish farming

GLOBAL fish production has been on the decline in recent years, as a result of overfishing and deteriorating water quality fuelled by climate change.

Emage Vision's automated systems can replace human inspectors

IMAGINE a factory floor devoid of human inspectors, with machines doing all the work instead. That scenario is actually a reality these days for Emage Vision, a company that produces "machine...

Haulio's on a drive to uplift truckers

PLENTY of ideas are floated about smart cities and smart logistics, yet there are those within the container trucking industry who feel the sector remains as inefficient today as it was 20 years...

Bringing automation to pre-schools

KANGAROOS may soon be hopping into the heartlands armed with sensors and artificial intelligence (AI). At least, that's the kind of future that education technology firm Taidii hopes to realise...

21st century rat busting is a high tech job

"I CATCH rats,'' says Deanne Baptista, much to the dismay of those who ask what she does for a living.

AI engine Athena is a modern-day teacher

TEACH a man how to fish, and you can feed him for a lifetime. Homegrown artificial intelligence (AI) company Xjera Labs aims to do just that, with the aid of neural networks and deep learning...

Building the high-tech farms of tomorrow

INCORPORATING technology into businesses is often associated with the likes of artificial intelligence and robots.

Adding a spark to forex trading

FROM a little spark may burst a flame, as the saying goes. For Spark Systems, that is exactly the point.

Crayon Data is busy redrawing battle lines

EACH time a customer makes a purchase based on personalised options offered by a tech-based aggregator service, the heat is cranked up a little more on traditional companies that haven't yet...

Taking product packaging from cradle to grave

CUTLERY and packaging labelled as "biodegradable" have wormed their way into the local food industry in years, as more consumers and businesses become environmentally conscious. But what happens...