TechInnovation Features over 300 Technologies Under One Roof
TechInnovation brings together international and Singapore technology providers and seekers to explore technology and business collaboration opportunities through open innovation. This year, 120 exhibitors from 17 countries will be showcasing more than 300 emerging and ready-to-market technologies through exhibition and fast-paced technology pitches.
Here’s a sneak preview of a few of the technologies & innovation opportunities available:
A solution-based method of manufacturing thin film solar cell which is cost-effective, easily scalable for large area production and can be fabricated on flexible substrates. In addition, the power conversion efficiency is not significantly affected under rainy or cloudy weather conditions. Find out more.
The technology enables early detection of membrane fouling and other potential anomalies. It also provides real-time performance monitoring of the membrane distillation system and provides additional temperature measurements without using added sensors. Find out more.
An electroless plating technique based on proprietary graphene-based nanocomposite material as adsorbent for efficient recovery of precious and heavy metals in e-waste. The thermal degradation of the nanocomposite material occurs at a lower temperature, hence achieving higher energy efficiency. Find out more.
A robotic cooking system designed to be a cost-effective solution to help SMEs in the F&B sector to increase productivity and improve the consistency of food production. It can be deployed at the front of house in restaurants or customised for use in food automation in factories or centralised kitchens. Find out more.
Conductive inks can be used for used for a wide range of applications such as solar cells, RFID antennas and OLED devices. The copper ink developed presents a long shelf life without any risk of oxidation and is suitable for various printing technologies, especially inkjet printing. Find out more.
A technology to produce textiles made of functionalised elastomers offers protection against high energy radiation. The newly developed textiles are light in weight, soft in texture, highly flexible and can provide wearers with effective protection from high energy radiation. Find out more.