- published: 18 May 2017
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How Singapore became a global military industry hub Companies arming the world's navies have been displaying their latest technology in a major maritime defence show in Singapore. The Asia-Pacific region accounts for a third of global defence spending, and demand for new military hardware is likely to grow. Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports on how Singapore became a major hub for the global military industry. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Watch this interesting video to follow the pace of manufacturing advancement from mechanisation to assembly lines to computers to industry 4.0 automation. Hear how high-value jobs are created through additive manufacturing and robotics. Looking to join Manufacturing? From now until 5 May, apply for one of 900 jobs at the Manufacturing Virtual Career Fair at bit.ly/vcf-carouselad-fb001. Or tap on the Professional Conversion Programmes to reskill. bit.ly/wsg-pcp
This video presents the most attractive investment industries in Singapore and details about each one. Our company formation firm in Singapore is specialized in helping foreign businessmen and entrepreneurs open a Singapore business in any industry available here. In case you need details about the business market in Singapore or about the process of forming a company in this city - state, please contact our team of experts at: http://www.opencompanysingapore.com/. If you would like to know which are the main investment sectors in other jurisdictions, please check out our partners' websites: IrelandCompanyFormation.com, LawyersIreland.eu, ThaiCompanyFormation.com. In case you need plumbing services in Singapore, we invite you to contact our partners: Plumbers-Singapore.com.
The Maritime industry is a lifeline of Singapore’s economy. Find out what drives shipping, and learn more about the profile and accolades of Maritime Singapore. Visit www.maritimesgconnect.com to learn more about the multiple pathways into this dynamic industry.
Introducing our Digital Capabilities Center (DCC) in Singapore, one of five digital model factories that conduct awareness & experiential workshops and can be used as a testbed on the emerging technologies of "Industry 4.0." For more information: https://capability-center.mckinsey.com/locations/dcc-singapore
Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons We lucked into a chance to disassemble and shoot a pretty rare black rifle recently - an SAR-21 bullpup made by Singapore Technologies (and this is why we take a camera everywhere we go). Singapore is another one of those countries with an impressive arms industry that most folks don't know about, and the SAR-21 is a pretty impressive product. Unlike so many new rifles out there, this is not just a remake or variation on the AR15 or AR18. The two-lug bolt and carrier remind us a bit of the FG-42, although the SAR-21 uses an AR-style cam pin instead of the FG-42's method of holding the firing pin on the oprod. There seems to have been a lot of practical thought put into the design, with a very controllable ra...
Our Australian boys Dylan, Shaun & Zeidon found themselves in Singapore over the course of 8 days, meeting up with local Root Industries rider Shahfiq and this is what they have to show for it! Unfortunately the filming was cut short only half way through the trip due to injuries within the whole team (They sent it too hard too quickly!) but were still able to smash out this 4 minute long video for you all! Filming: Shaun Williams Additional Filming: Dylan Ryan, Zeidon White & Warick Beynon Editing: Shaun Williams Instagram: @rootindustries @thenameshaun @lilzeidon @dylan_ryan13 @shahfiqslick www,rootindustries.com.au
This is a 3 min preview of the National Geographic Maritime Singapore documentary initiated by MPA and the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA). This clip is part of an hour long feature that will take viewers behind the scenes of Maritime Singapore.
Singapore has become an Asia hub for the media and advertising industry. This documentary explains why and includes interviews with CEOs and senior representatives from the leading media agencies and data providers in the country: BlisMedia, Mediacom, Publicis, Mindshare, Xaxis, Omnicom Media Group, PHD and MEC. SUBSCRIBE Follow The Drum YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDrumReel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedrumpage Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedrum Instagram: https://instagram.com/thedrummag Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/thedrum/
It’s an exciting time for Singapore. The tech industry in the country has been growing strongly over the past few years, and it’s now becoming one of the major startup hubs in Asia. Rakuten.Today went to Tech in Asia Singapore (http://events.techinasia.com/singapore/) in April and caught up with Willis Wee and David Corbin of Tech in Asia, Saemin Ahn of Rakuten Ventures and Ewa Szymanska of the Rakuten Institute of Technology (http://rit.rakuten.co.jp/) to hear their thoughts on the startup community in Singapore.
For decades, Singaporeans have enjoyed a high standard of cleanliness. Rising public expectations over the years have increased the demands for higher cleanliness standards and better service delivery. This requires continuous technological and process improvements to raise the productivity of the cleaning industry. Since 2010, the National Environment Agency has worked with various Government agencies, the Union and the cleaning industry to uplift the standard, productivity and professionalism of the cleaning industry.
These are some of the activities offered by The Mediacorp Experience, a 90-minute guided tour giving visitors an insider’s look at the media industry, as well as the history and future of broadcasting in Singapore.
Singapore is the leading port of bunkering with annual sale around 36M metric ton.Thanks for Singapore's initiative, and leaderhip, which guarantee the healthy growth of industry. But still the bunker loading and discharging are very complicated involving multiple parties and steps, which we may still have space to improve
The Singapore-Industry Scholarship is offered by some of the finest enterprises in Singapore's strategic sectors in collaboration with the Singapore Government. The Government's participation serves to ensure focus on talent development in sectors that are critical to Singapore's economic and social progress. The scholarship is aimed at nurturing a strong core of Singapore talent with the requisite skills and capabilities to steer and contribute to these strategic sectors. The participating organisations in the Singapore-Industry Scholarship will identify and develop future movers and shakers for their respective sectors. Scholars will have opportunities to acquire knowledge of their industries early even while they are studying in university. Upon graduation, scholars will embark on...
Day 4 at the Singapore Airshow 2018 held at Changi Exhibition Centre. In this video we are covering: - ST Aerospace DroNet - ST Aerospace Ugraded C-130 Cockpit - ST Aerospace Future Unmanned Freighter - FlyIon FL-18 Skyborg - SUTD Nature Inspired Monocopter - SUTD Tiltrotor mini-UAV
There are many career opportunities for Singaporean individuals in the horse (equine) industry. In beginning as a groom, one can rise to become a supervisor, stable manager, rider, a riding instructor and even to compete in the nationals. If you love animals and working in the outdoors, this may just be for you. Hear the voices from the Equine Industry on why they love their job, the opportunities there are, and what it takes to join the industry.
We import 95% of our food requirements because there we are told that there is not enough land and water in Singapore for farming. But Ivy Singh-Lim has been a farmer in the Kranji Countryside for 14 years and wants to debunk this myth. Do you think The Gentle Warrior’s call to take a relook the farming industry is Good, Bad or Ugly? -- Warriors fight battles. The Gentle Warriors' battles are causes she believes in. To help people in trouble who cannot help themselves. To re-examine whether the old ways of doing things need to be changed. To question if the current ways are effective and working well or are irrelevant and need to be changed. In life, we have the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and we want you to vote accordingly what you think of each cause. You can place your votes here...
The Singapore Tourism Board works with SACEOS to anchor sustainability guidelines through training. Biz Events Asia has created a series of five videos with renowned Singapore production company, Storyteller, on the sustainability views in Singapore. Click on this link to watch Sentosa's sustainability efforts: https://youtu.be/G4ix4DdofzI