One of the mistaken impressions that people have is that TraceTogether is a static programme. It’s not. We also urge users to continue using SafeEntry and TraceTogether, which are complementary products – and not substitutes.
Singapore government to distribute more than 450,000 contact-tracing devices to all migrant and local workers
The contact-tracing devices, BluePass tokens, are purpose-built for the dormitory and worksite environment. Compact and water-resistant, they can be worn at all times.
Germany and Singapore are trusted partners who place a high emphasis on delivering quality and innovative products and services.
PM Lee Hsien Loong made a speech at the Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Centre Groundbreaking Ceremony on 13 October 2020, in the presence of Mr Sung Yun-mo, Minister of Trade, Industry & Energy, Republic of Korea and Mr Chung Eui-sun, Executive Vice Chairman, Hyundai. He opened by mentioning the history Hyundai has with Singapore. “Singapore’s […]
Singapore announces first research institute dedicated to green finance research and talent development
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is committed to developing a vibrant green finance research and talent ecosystem in the nation.
Singapore’s Safer Cyberspace Masterplan 2020 to create a more secure and robust cybersecurity environment
The Masterplan developed in consultation with industry and academic partners aims to raise the general level of cybersecurity.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore organised the 15th annual ASEAN Computer Emergency Response Team Incident Drill (ACID) last week on 7 October 2020. This was held alongside the fifth Singapore International Cyber Week. Hosted by Singapore since 2006, the Incident Drills test incident response procedures and strengthens cybersecurity preparedness and cooperation among Computer Emergency […]
“Future of Shipping – Digitalisation” emphasised that international standards and collaboration are needed to unlock digitalisation’s full potential to drive efficient, resilient and green shipping.
Chatbots tread a fine line between cold efficiency and the human touch and have the potential to make a significant impact in the lives of many Singaporeans, by improving the way citizens engage with government services.
Singapore wants to accelerate the digital capabilities which will be a game-changer for the nation’s connectivity with Asia and the world as digital payments and data facilitate physical trade.