Staff crunch can be alleviated with flying robot waiters, says Timbre Group Drones supplied by Singaporean startup, R&D boosted by government grant
Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon kicks off a new series that will explore the top 50 disruptive technologies identified by the firm in its Tech Vision analysis, beginning with a look at how sensor fusion, unmanned aerial vehicles, predictive data and context aware computing can be applied prior to or in the aftermath of floods to prevent or mitigate damage and devastation.
EmTech Singapore, the global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, kicked off on Jan 27, presenting the frontline on innovation in wearables, robotics, AI and other technologies. DNA Singapore editor Gabey Goh reports.
With Malaysia having suffered its worst floods in recorded history, which have left some 200,000 people homeless, national ICT custodian the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has taken the lead to launch the ‘#TogetherWithU’ or ‘#BersamaMu’ community campaign to aid in the flood-recovery process.
Singapore’s Timbre Group Pte Ltd’s five outlets will be the first restaurants in the world to deploy Infinium-Serve flying robotic waiters.
The East Malaysian state of Sabah is housing a drone startup, and Karamjit Singh speaks to the company’s angel investor and its founder to understand this move.