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Our system can recommend the appropriate mobile applications for the user’s situation recognized using the sensors in the mobile device. It enables an application to be automatically executed in a situation where and when it is essential without user’s manual invocation. Our system identifies the user’s behavioural patterns using a sequential pattern-mining algorithm and can predict the user’s next behaviour by learning these patterns. For this, we have defined the hierarchical structure from th...

Booth G26, G27, G28, G34, G35 - DeltaTech-Korea Ltd

Regenerative medicine using a person’s own cell, generally autologous cell takes a procedure that a doctor harvests cells from a patient which cells are cultured on a plate to make a target tissue, and then transplants the tissue to the same patient to cure the disease.  In order to provide high-quality cells to patients, it needs technology to predict cell proliferation, differentiation and etc. at the most effective transplantation based on observation and analysis of cell behaviors, tissue st...

Booth D16 - The Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED)

Cyber security threats keep increasing, and the shortage of the workforce is widespread. To respond to changing cyber threats, Industry needs skilled professionals, not just workforce. Surely, finding qualified workforce is more difficult. We commonly think the education will reduce this skills gap. But even if there are hands-on training in the traditional education, it could teach only knowledge and skills. There are limitations to the traditional training since knowing how to apply skills in...

Booth F01 - F24 - National IT Industry Promotion Agency

Various studies have found that a high percentage of all road accidents are fatigue-related. The signs of fatigue are typically shown in the driver’s face. By continuously watching the driver’s face, our camera-based monitoring system aims to learn the driver’s facial patterns and then detect when a driver is becoming drowsy and not concentrating. Such facial patterns to be observed include eye gaze and mouth open/close status. From these, we are able to know whether he keeps his attention on th...

Booth C03, C04 - Panasonic R&D Center Singapore

Ports ensure smooth transfer of cargo from oceans to land through multiple freight vehicles. The gate system at the port is a critical link between sea-side and land-side operations in the oceans-to-cities value chain. The gates are required to meet national and international laws pertaining to safety and permits of goods. Multiple services (checks) are performed to adhere to these rules and regulations. Gate operators not only need to ensure a good customer experience (to vehicle operators) but...

Booth A02 - Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence

Managing crowds in a large indoor facility in face of uncertain crowd behaviors is challenging yet of critical importance in ensuring operation safety and efficiency. A large-scale agent-based crowd simulation could be used to simulate realistic crowd behaviors under various management policies that are otherwise difficult to evaluate. The simulation platform is built using crowd movement models derived from analyzing mobility traces collected via Wifi localization technology. By mining massive...

Booth A02 - Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence

With the large number of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) & intelligent transportation systems (ITS) developments and trials it is expected that Singapore will be one of the first countries in the world where Autnomous Vehicles will be deployed on a large scale. What will be the effect of such deployments and implementations on traffic scenarios? We developped an open simulation and monitoring framework for simulating the effects of Smart Mobility measures and scenarios. The solution is able to factor i...

Booth E19 - TNO Singapore

The Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence (CoE) was established on 15 October 2014 through a public-private partnership between Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore Management University (SMU) and Fujitsu Limited over a period of 5 years. The Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp Lab (UNiCEN) supports the SMU-arm of the CoE, and is a synergistic industry-university partnership jointly funded by Fujitsu Limited and the National Research Founda...

Booth A02 - Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence

Autonomous vehicle technology is aiming to enhance road safety, reducing traffic accident, providing freely movement of all ages and increasing efficiency in transportation. There are three main processing modules: perception, decision, and action. Perception technology includes self-localization, obstacle detection and sensing surrounding environment. For self-localization, the commonly used methods are based on the expensive 3D Lidar by matching 3D scan matching. The proposed technology enabl...

Booth C03, C04 - Panasonic R&D Center Singapore

The physical world is the most complex dataset imaginable. Made up of billions of contributing factors, each with unique characteristics. This diversity and randomness make it extremely difficult for conventional computers to understand and interact with physical environments. Using autonomous mapping drones, SenSat translates this randomness into a language that a computer can understand, with accuracies of less than 10mm. By digitising the world, SenSat re-creates places and objects in incredi...

Booth E17 - Department for International Trade (British High Commission)