In partnership with The Straits Times and Business France, and in the presence of Vivian Balakrishnan, Singapore Minister of Foreign Affairs, in charge of the Singapore Smart Nation Initiative, Le Monde organized, on June 2nd in Singapore, a one day conference dedicated to innovation and smart-cities
On June 12th, the French Chamber of Commerce launched Smart Health, an online platform that brings together 35 French companies with around 150 products and services to address Singapore’s healthcare challenges.
IPAL hosted a Workshop on "Quality of Life in Urban Environments and Mobility" on 20 of Feb 2017, with main French industry players (see programme below).
IPAL team partners with NUS Biorobotics Lab and Singapore company HOPE Technik to design an innovative solution for NEA to facilitate drainage inspection.
Mr Lim Chuan Poh received the medal of the Légion d'Honneur for his major contribution to the Singapore-France relationship in the field of research and development.
The 14th International Conference on Smart homes, Assistive Technologies, Robotics and Health telematics was hosted by Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China.
CNRS President Alain Fuchs presented Prof Low with the distinction, awarded by the President of the French Republic.
We have been successful with our H2020 City4Age bid, an EU-supported research & innovation project that aims at developing elderly-friendly city services for active and healthy ageing.
Their team “The Butlers” was competing in the geriatrics category of the IoT and wearables hackathon organized by A*STAR I²R and ETPL, and SIAA, and presented a connected equipment for HDB fitness courts.