Singapore, June 2 2015: As the region's largest technology expo -- a combo of CommunicAsia2015 , EnterpriseIT2015 and BroadcastAsia2015 opens here today, a clear focus could be seen on smart technologies -- and on some enterprising players based in the island state.
Against a backdrop of more than seven billion [global mobile connections and US$59 billion to be spent in Asia Pacific to enable Internet of Things (IoT) , the events bring together more than 1,800 exhibitors from 56 countries and regions to showcase the latest technologies keeping today's digital world in motion and moving forward.
Huawei, is demonstrating how their solutions can open roads to a better connected world, through innovative and fun technologies such as the Eye Robot and Smart Lamp Post which help with public safety and surveillance.
Singapore company, Mobiquest, is debuting netBin to Asia. This is the region's first Smart Bin Management System aimed to increase efficiency of city wide trash removal. The solution has sensors that send out notifications when bins are full with waste to help with the route planning of cleaners. Smart technologies like these showcase new ways of maintaining city cleanliness by minimising overflowing bins, and working towards a more efficient and safer collection service. Mobiquest will also be showcasing AquaSmart, an environment monitoring platform that tracks air pollution, noise level, and more, to help create more livable cities.
Skyshot, another Singapore company and Asia's leading specialist in time-lapse and aerial cinematography, is showcasing the TBox Titan, (see photo above) the only armoured, weather-proof time-lapse camera system in the world capable of delivering 8K resolution for long duration (up to six years) time-lapse.
Launching globally at BroadcastAsia2015, the TBox Titan is ideal for documenting building constructions, ship-building and engineering processes. Also a drone systems integrator, Skyshot utilises drones from makers such as DJI, to design creative aerial solutions across multiple industries.
Aided by IoT, the digital universe is expected to double in size every two years and will multiply by 10-fold to 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020 .
Singapore based company, DFRC, is showcasing City Analyser, a system that enables analysis and investigation on crowd movements and behaviour. This is achieved by extracting accurate and anonymous information about footfall, stay duration, mobility, distribution and demographics, through passively listening to mobile phone signals. This provide insights critical to improving business environment blueprints and work processes through more accurate determination of crowd habits, enabling targeted and location-based offers.