Singapore vouches for Envision Digital on smart nation push

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Envision Digital was recently accredited by the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) for its EnOS, an AIoT (Artificial Intelligence + Internet of Things) operating system. 

Being accredited will enable Envision Digital to be considered first by Singapore government agencies for their Info-comm project implementations.

Also, this puts Envision Digital on track to setting up its global headquarters and R&D centre in Singapore.

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The Accreditation@SG Digital team from IMDA aims to give confidence to enterprise buyers that a company’s product core functionalities and performance have been independently and rigorously evaluated by IMDA to function as per the company’s claims.

This also gives certainty to the government agencies and commercial customers of the product, in terms of the company’s ability to deliver, and its operations team and processes to support the product.

“Being IMDA-accredited will help boost Envision Digital’s deployment of EnOS in the Singapore Government agencies in support of the Smart Nation programme,” said Zhang Lei, CEO of Envision Digital. “It will also accelerate our scaling up of EnOS  adoption in the global marketplace.”

In Singapore, EnOS helps the government accelerate the development of next generation IoT-based solutions in their digitalisation goals. The Government Technology Agency is using EnOS to develop an in-house device management and data acquisition system.

Singapore’s Keppel Urban Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation, has also developed its Smart City Operating System based on the EnOS suite.

Further, Envision Digital is growing its R&D centre in Singapore to reach 200 research scientists and engineers within the next few years. This R&D Centre synergises with Envision Digital’s existing network of technical centres in United States, China and Europe.

The R&D focus in Singapore is on AIoT technologies, smart cities, smart buildings, smart plants and weather forecast. In the fourth quarter this year, the company plans to launch a high-resolution weather forecasting system developed by its R&D Centre in Singapore for the international market.

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