engineering

Engineering powerhouse Penang flatters to deceive in digital economy
Despite having largest number of world-class engineers, digital adoption seriously lags CM says digital transformation plan finally about to be acted on, led by Penang Digital unit
Grab hires former Silicon Valley entrepreneur as new CTO
Theo Vassilakis, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, joins Grab as its third CTO in four years, bringing with him expertise in developing large-scale machine learning systems.
Cooperation leads to a brilliant future: Industrial internet and SEA
The relationship between mind and machines today is at a turning point, because it gives us an opportunity to really improve the world of industry, and accelerate economic growth, with SEA to benefit as well.
For Motorola, Penang is where it starts
Motorola Solutions celebrates 40 years of design and engineering excellence in its 1,000 strong R&D centre in Penang.
WatchOverMe’s team hired into Carousell
After five years of plugging away with its personal security app, WatchOverMe is shutting down with the team hired into Carousell at Singapore, writes Karamjit Singh
GrabTaxi sets up in Seattle, but ain’t sleepless in Singapore
GrabTaxi has set up an R&D centre in Seattle, but said its Singapore centre will continue to be the core of its engineering activities.
Creating a STEM tide in Singapore with 3D printing
STEM education in Singapore received a boost from 3D printing solutions company Stratasys Inc, which is partnering with Science Centre Singaporeto bring applied learning to schools.
UTeM first Asean university to become Dassault ‘academy member’
3D design software company Dassault Systèmes said that Universiti Teknikal Malaysia (UTeM) has been awarded the ‘Dassault Systèmes Academy Member Label.’
Altair chooses Malaysia for its Asean Hq
Altair Engineering Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based simulation technology and engineering services company Altair, has chosen Kuala Lumpur as its new regional headquarters to spearhead its expansion into South-East Asia.
Engineering software talent gap an issue in SEA: Altair exec
Although companies in Asia understand the capability of product design and development, and engineering software, not many of them are adopting it because of a talent gap, said a senior official from Altair Engineering Inc.
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