Check out the latest issue of our SIAA Quarterly Newsletter!

 

 

BUSINESS MATCHING OPPORTUNITIES WITH 30+ UK
TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

The UK Government’s Department for International Trade (DIT) will be bringing its largest ever cohort of technology companies to Singapore for two days of business matchmaking with Singapore based companies. Up to 40 UK technology companies specialising in Cybersecurity, Smart Cities and Health Tech will be participating in the mission each offering innovative solutions to the challenges Singapore faces today and in the future. This event will be the perfect opportunity for Singapore companies to connect with our UK technological expertise. We look forward to you joining us.

To register your interest and for further information please contact RSVP.Singapore@fco.gov.uk


 

 


 

LET'S TALK ABOUT THE FUTURE: EMBARKING TOWARDS SMART MANUFACTURING, 12 SEP

 

Joining forces with Singapore Manufacturers Federation (SMF), SIAA invited both association members to learn how to digitalise their business and manage it more efficiently using technology and data as the backbone for monitoring of their production and maintenance of equipments. Thus allowing manufacturers to react faster to changes in customer demand and fluctuations in shop floor operations. The recent virus attack at TSMC plant underscore the importance of cybersecurity in industrial manufacturing. Talent is another important component to the success of smart manufacturing.

During the panel discussion which was moderated by SIAA Automation Lead, Mr David Chia, there were keen interest on how businesses can take the first step to access the state of their business in terms of vulnerability to cyber attacks, using solutions to have more visibility of their production operations as well as the services and courses offered by the local polytechnics for their manpower. It was a fullhouse turn-out! We thank PDS, SICK, Singapore Polytechnic & Kaspersky Lab for sharing their knowledge




INDUSTRY 4.0 TRIP TO THAILAND (21 – 23 AUG)

During a Mission Trip to Bangkok, organized jointly with Enterprise Singapore, SIAA visited a number of installations in Thailand, including, the Thailand-German Institute, FIBO, TRS (Thai Robotic Society), TARA (Thai Automation and Robotics Association), Thai Machinery Association as well as Delta Electronics.

The objective of the trip was to explore business opportunities for member companies to invest and collaborate with Thai counterparts. It also gave SIAA a better idea into “Thailand 4.0” economic model. Thai government plans to transform Thailand into an innovation-driven economy. Under Thailand 4.0, the Thai government aims to develop a “new S-Curve” of 5 industries – Automation and Robotics; Aviation and Logistics; Digital Economy; Biofuels and Biochemicals; and Medical.

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