Sensor Platforms and Internet of Things
The Smart Nation Sensor Platform (SNSP) is a Strategic National Project that provides whole-of-government products and services. These services allow agencies to collect, share and analyse sensor data, as well as manage IoT and robotics systems.
Digital Operations Smart Services
Digital Operations Smart Services (DOSS) is an operations management platform for static and mobile sensor platforms, including robotics.
The Lamppost-as-a-Platform (LaaP) project trials the effectiveness of lampposts as a key sensor infrastructure.
SIOT Tech Stack
The SIOT Tech Stack allows agencies to tap on a suite of tools and services hosted on a common infrastructure to ensure consistency, security and high quality of their applications.
Sensesurround is a command and control (C2) platform that translates real-time sensor data into a searchable, actionable 3D digital world.
SenseOps is a visualisation and dashboarding tool that provides situational awareness - using the relevant data - to support agencies’ safe distancing operations on the ground.
Sensor Asset Management
Sensor Asset Management is a web-based portal that provides a holistic overview of the sensor landscape in Singapore on a real-time 3D map. This enables government agencies to register and share sensor and robotic assets.
Sensors.gov.sg is a one-stop portal for government agencies, the private industry and citizens to access Smart Nation Sensor platforms. It also provides information on how agencies are utilising sensors in their operations.
Sensor Data Exchange
Sensor Data Exchange is a centralised platform that distributes sensor data across Whole-of-Government. It provides seamless and secure data sharing and management, and encompasses public, private, and industrial internet-of-things.
SPOTON is a smart thermal scanner developed under the Digital Operations Smart Services (DOSS) platform. SPOTON can screen up to ten people at once, with a temperature indicator for each face and automated alarms and email alerts when high temperatures are detected.
Last updated 19 October 2020.