3:00pm – 3:05pm: Opening Remarks by SzeKi Sim, Executive Director – Community & Brand, SGInnovate and Magdalena Bogdziewicz, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Singapore
3:05pm – 3:15pm: Keynote speech by Stanislaw LEM Institute
3:15pm – 4:00pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A with
Agriculture and the worldwide food system are challenged to feed an estimated global population of 9.7 billion people by 2050 while simultaneously facing diminished land & water resources and increased threats from climate change. Meanwhile, the advancement of digital technologies in agriculture is progressing rapidly in both developed and developing economies.
Explore emerging trends in Advanced Manufacturing with a focus on the production of Autonomous and Electric Vehicles. Discover more about the diverse manufacturing ecosystem in Victoria, Australia and Singapore, where academia, industries, investors and governments collaborate to drive a manufacturing revival.
Discover from the world's clinical and technical experts as they share and discuss the state-of-art technologies in healthcare, and how to bring the technology from bench to bedside.
4:00pm - 4:05pm: Opening remarks by SGInnovate
4:05pm - 5:00pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A on Exploring Cross-Sector Collaborative Innovation for Air Traffic Management.
Industry: Aerospace / Space
Deep tech companies differentiate themselves from traditional tech by their ability to offer cutting-edge and disruptive technologies based on profound scientific discoveries to solve big societal problems. One would think that any invention or innovation that helps make life easier would inevitably and almost automatically find its way into society. Still, a closer look at the process of commercialisation or, simply put, moving deep tech out of the lab and into the marketplace reveals that while it is one thing to discover, design or develop, it is quite another in taking the next step – to mass produce, monetise or market.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics and other Deep Tech are gaining more significant influence and foothold in society and the economy all across the globe. However, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020, a mere 26% of AI and Data professionals and 18% of Robotics Engineers globally are women.