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Olivia Ong at The Music Lab

Drum Instructor Rizal Rocking on Stage

Principal Jimmy Lee toured with Stephanie Sun to Taiwan

Bani’s Bass Student Sufian

Drum Instructor Liang Hong on Drums

Gen’s Piano Student Joshua – “A Thousand Miles”

Instructor Band

The Music Lab Student Concert

Our Students at Child Aid Concert 2014

The Music Lab Open House

The Music Lab Open House

Music Production: Fugene on Guitar

The Music Lab Student Concert – “Yellow”

Ukulele Student Jack, with Bani

Electric Guitar Student Samantha, with Fugene

The Music Lab Student Concert – “Terrified”

Liang Hong, Drum Instructor

Liang Hong, performing on the drums

Anson Koh, performing on the drums

Audrey, performing on the keyboard

Musiclab | Certified Training | Ableton

MusicLab is responsible for course planning and coordination and student selection and tutoring. All the courses provide theory lessons, practice sessions in studio and, in the end, an internship in partnered companies operating in show business. The center is projected and developed to host and promote all the activities related to the music world, included live events. The site offers various benefits, both in terms of space and available equipment:

Recording studio with two isolation booths acoustically treated for stereo and surround mixing

  • One classroom equipped with twenty personal computers
  • A large classroom dedicated to seminars
  • Auditorium for practical training on stage
  • A room reserved for the practical training of students equipped with an analog mixer, outboard and hard-disk recording system

MusicLab today is one of the most important centers of technical education dedicated to professional sound in Italy, including among its partners and teachers more than twenty music-industry professionals. It has issued hundred of professional qualification to young students. The goal is to professionalize the approach to music production and to provide useful tools to students for turning their passion into working skills. The center’s Ableton training programs are structured either as sixteen-hour full immersions over a weekend or fourteen-hour in-depth courses spread over three weekends. Maximum number of students is six per class. A basic knowledge of computer music is required.

Please note: Ableton Certified Trainers and Ableton Certified Training Centers are private entities or enterprises and neither employees nor agents of Ableton. They are not administered by Ableton AG, Ableton Inc. or Ableton KK. The trainers and centers are solely responsible for their own course offerings and curricula. Ableton takes no responsibility or liability for the actions of the trainers or centers. – Music School Singapore

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THE MUSIC LAB LLP is a Singapore Limited Liability Partnerships. The company was incorporated on 19 May 2006, which is 15.2 years ago. The address of the Business’s registered office is CITY SQUARE MALL, 180 KITCHENER ROAD, Postal 208539, #06-07. The Business current operating status is Deregistered. The Business’s principal activity is MUSIC, DANCING, ART, SPEECH AND DRAMA INSTRUCTION. (eg MUSIC COURSES,REHEARSAL ROOM RENTAL,MUSIC PRODUCTION,LIVE MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT). The Business’s secondary activity is RETAIL SALE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SCORES. (eg MUSIC INSTRUMENT AND SHEET MUSIC SALES). The company UEN is T06LL0676E, registered with ACRA on 2008-09-13.

  • Entity NameTHE MUSIC LAB LLP
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  • Registration Incorporation Date2006-05-19
  • Issuance AgencyACRA
  • Company Type DescriptionLimited Liability Partnerships
  • Entity Status DescriptionDeregistered
  • Uen Issue Date2008-09-13
  • Secondary User Described ActivityMUSIC INSTRUMENT AND SHEET MUSIC SALES
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  • Entity Type DescriptionLLP

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LAB = Dance x Music – *SCAPE Singapore – Dream It. Live It.

Are you a youth dancer looking to experiment, play and create original performance works?

LAB = Dance x Music by *SCAPE is looking for 4 dance artist / dance groups from all genres (with the exception of Chinese dance) with interest in experimenting and collaborating with youth musicians from Singapore National Youth Chinese Orchestra to create a 7 – 10 minute performance item. Participants can expect a showcase at the end of the programme.

Dance artist / dance groups will also receive mentorship by dance mentor Melissa Quek and music mentor Wang Chen Wei during your creation journey each month.

Project timeline:  June 2021 – September 2021

The following individuals are encouraged to apply:

  1. Individual / a group of up to 5 pax who are at least 18 years old and at most 34 years old at the time of registration
  2. Individuals / a group of up to 5 pax who have some experience in choreography and dance

*This programme is open for Singaporean/Permanent Residents age 15 – 35 only.

Interested participants are required to submit the following (and questions, if any) to [email protected] by 2 June 2021, 2359 hours. 

  • CV and Portfolio or past works / choreographies
  • 100 words write-up of why you would like to be apart of this project and what would you like to achieve from the programme

Successful applicants will be contacted by *SCAPE for an interview within the period of 3 – 8 June 2021.

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Melissa Quek

Prior to graduating with Honours from New York University’s highly competitive and prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, Melissa Quek was a dance-artist performing professionally with the tammy l. wong Dance Company in Singapore. With the National Arts Council Arts Bursary (Overseas), she attained a BFA with a double major in Dance and English and American Literature. In 2010, she received a coveted grant award from the University of Surrey’s Department of Dance, Film and Theatre to undertake Masteral studies and she completed her Masters of Arts, Dance Cultures in 2011.

Melissa had a successful professional career as a dance-artist, performing and choreographing internationally in the USA, Canada, Korea, China, Singapore and Malaysia. Her choreographic commissions in Singapore include the Substation Open-Call 2010, the M1 Fringe Festival 2009, Esplanade’s Octoburst! 2018 and she has been in the ArtGround’s Groundbreaker’s incubator residency in 2018 and 2019. She has also performed for choreographers Ricky Sim, Low Mei Yoke, Albert Tiong and Kuik Swee Boon. In 2017 she began The Kueh Tutus, a collective dedicated to creating dances and experiences for young and very young audiences. With her current role as Head, she enjoys expanding conceptions of dance for young audiences.

Melissa has a huge penchant for writing. Despite her busy schedule, Melissa has contributed reviews for The Business Times, short articles for Esplanade’s website, and in 2010, she was chosen by the Goethe Institute to represent Singapore at the Dance Reviewers workshop in Jakarta.

Her research and choreographic work deals with designing optimal dance experiences for specific age groups within the young and very young audience demographic.

Melissa contributes as a dance expert in dance curriculum design and serves on various grant and award panels for organisations and committees in Singapore, including the National Arts Council and the Ministry of Education.

Wang Chen Wei

Wang Chen Wei is Composer-in-Residence of Singapore Chinese Orchestra, adjunct faculty and composition supervisor at the National Institute of Education (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), and council member of the Singapore Chinese Music Federation. As Head of Research and Education at The TENG Company, he is the main co-author of The TENG Guide to the Chinese Orchestra (2019), a 624-page book on instrumentation and orchestration.

After graduating from Raffles Institution’s Gifted Education Programme with seven academic awards, Chenwei obtained his Magister Artium (five-year Master of Arts) with distinction and an Honorary Award (Würdigungspreis) from the University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna, where he studied composition and audio engineering under a scholarship from the Media Development Authority of Singapore.

At the age of 17, Chenwei composed The Sisters’ Islands, a symphonic poem which won the Singapore Composer Award at the 2006 Singapore International Competition for Chinese Orchestral Composition. This piece has been widely performed and recorded in various arrangements, most notably at Singapore Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural National Day concert in 2018.

Chenwei has received composition commissions by numerous organisations including the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, Taipei Chinese Orchestra and the Ministry of Education of Singapore. He was commissioned by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra to compose four set pieces for the National Piano and Violin Competition 2019. Three of his compositions were commissioned as set pieces for the Singapore Youth Festival. His works have also been subjects of academic theses authored by three Taiwanese professors.

Additionally, Chenwei served as an adjudicator for Singapore’s National Chinese Music Competition 2020 and the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021 Guzheng ensemble category, as well as an external examiner for the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2021.

Chenwei’s efforts in composing, conducting, playing 12 musical instruments and writing in 12 languages was featured in Extraordinary People, a half-hour documentary broadcast on Singapore television on 12 May 2009. For his contributions to the music scene, Chenwei was conferred the Young Outstanding Singaporeans Award in 2011.

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The Music Lab: Experience Meets Experiment With Progressive Sounds and Meaningful Music

Specialising in original music composition, song research and licensing, The Music Lab is a tight collective of composers, producers and music supervisors, backed by a wider team of music, sound and immersive technology specialists. This solid core of talent is combined with extensive industry experience and a diverse pool of sonic specialists, with studios based in London and LA.

“Music is a powerful conduit for story telling,” says co-founder and head of music (UK and Europe) Dave Goulding, whose career spans over 18 years in London’s music industry across music supervision, licensing, production and artist endorsement projects. “For every project you need to learn about who you are speaking to, what you are trying to achieve and how music and sound will both enhance and strengthen this – whether that’s subliminal and subtle, or intense and impactful. The Music Lab is like its own creative ecosystem, bringing together the most talented people I’ve worked with, inspiring and bouncing off each other without losing sight of the bigger picture.”

Dave’s portfolio includes agencies such as The & Partners, VCCP, McGarry Bowen, Havas Worldwide, Saatchi & Saatchi and AMV BBDO – on campaigns including Honda, Asahi, P&G, Lexus and Samsung.

Fellow co-founder and head of music (North America) Dan Silver also boasts an impressive portfolio, having worked with brands such as Nike, Apple, Netflix, Google and Samsung. With over 20 years of experience, Dan’s skill set includes everything from music supervision and song placement to film, TV, adverts, video games and trailers, most recently crafting a cover version of the iconic Temptations song My Girl for Fox’s Prodigal Son trailer. He has worked on well known TV shows and films, including Grey’s Anatomy, Shameless, Avengers, Fast & Furious, Call of Duty and Mortal Kombat. As well as this, Dan is an established commercial record producer and songwriter having worked with a string of artists from the likes of Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan, Xzibit and GoldFish to Mojave Lords, Star Tropics and MOON.

On his vision for The Music Lab he says, “We hope to show clients the benefits of taking more calculated leaps with experimentation and strategy, and make them more aware of how impactful music and sound are when incorporated skilfully with a visual message.

Experimenters in Sound

Backed up by an international team of music, sound and technology specialists, The Music Lab has its own back pocket to pull from, including everything from immersive music technologies and field recording to spatial sound. 

“As a collective, The Music Lab is unique in combining a core team of experienced composers and music supervisors, able to call on sound designers, immersive music technologists, artists and spatial sound architects to bring in an extra dimension to the projects we work on,” says Dave.

With an innate creativity at the centre of their process, Dan says that the company’s mission is “to bring sonic excellence to the ears of many while keeping a core artistic sensibility. The ability to work with like-minded humans who have the same level of passion and experience is the ultimate collaboration. We see finding and crafting music for campaigns an art form of problem solving within the creative space.”

He continues: “The Music Lab offers a true range of diverse ideas and new ways of attacking challenges. Finding authentic solutions is what most excites us as a team. I am beyond excited and honoured to work alongside the creative team we’re building in music and technology. At the heart of it, we are creators and music lovers, and authenticity is everything.” 

Dave states that The Music Lab is at its most impactful when brought into the creative and production process early doors. “I’ve been lucky enough to be an in-house music supervisor at agencies across London over the last 10 years which means I can be there at the very start of the journey and push the music and sound agenda,” he says. “That said, we equally love the challenge of that last minute – playing out in two days – type of emergency music problem, which we smash every time!” 

Recent work includes the likes of Asahi Super Dry’s Discovery Is Calling and Sony’s new high-power audio speaker campaign films, with original music composition by composer and music supervisor, Jack Chown. “As someone who moves between the composer/supervisor roles pretty fluidly, my process revolves around ideas of curation,” he says. “Practically, this could involve finding the right sound to match the identity of a brand; sourcing some long-forgotten sample to flip into a beat; or collaborating with an up-and-coming artist who brings something totally fresh to a brief. Whether it be in my own production, composition or supervision work, I love nothing more than facilitating and bringing together new sounds, artists and ideas to create something unexpected and greater than the sum of its parts.”

As a producer, composer and engineer; Jack Chown has worked with MIA, Jessie Ware and Liam Gallagher. Infusing vintage synths, guitar pedals, samplers, shakers and vinyl, he specialises in the creation of organic or electronic sounds for advertising, trailers and film/TV projects including Asahi, Argos and Puma. He has also supervised music for campaigns including Lexus, NatWest and Walkers. Longer form projects include a Sky Arts documentary, Ai WeiWei at the Royal Academy of Arts and a collaboration with Roli Seaboard.

The Music Lab is also home to Jo Paterson, tipped by Film4 and Medium as one of the ‘top five female film composers that should be on your radar’. Her work spans film, animation, video games, virtual reality and advertising, with her sound being described as mature and resonant. This particularly comes through in her original music composition for short documentary series Redefining Taste for GQ x Lexus UK.

Jo has scored music for a number of award nominated films which have featured at Cannes, LFF, Encounters, Raindance, Sundance, Edinburgh Film Festival and SXSW. A recent highlight includes her role as composer for Stella McCartney’s Breast Cancer Awareness campaign, A Letter To My Loved Ones 2020. 

She describes her process as “organic” and likes to work as close as possible to the director on a project. “I find that when you work closely with one another during the making of the score it creates a whole new level of inspiration. Collaboration is why I became a composer and then a film composer. There’s nothing else like being able to work as part of a team. It is such a particular journey to go on in the creation of a score and to be able to send ideas at an early stage and shape the music with the director and sharing of thoughts; it enables me to bring the director into my world more and vice versa. It is my job to tell the narrative of the story, but musically, so it is vital we have a close knit collaboration.” 

She adds: “I find one of the most thrilling and exciting parts for me would not only be at the very start but also the end of the process. At the beginning – it is all about finding the sonic palette and the exact sounds I want to shape the music with, which is always incredibly exciting, but then equally I love seeing everything come together and watching the final result.” 

This passion for collaboration is something that runs through the whole team. Sound editor/designer Lea Lea Ratcliffe shares: “I’m in Portugal at the moment, scoping out and recording unique and wonderful field recordings in beautiful natural landscapes such as beaches, caves and forests. Sharing the clips with the team and morphing the sounds into something collaborative is pretty exciting, you just have no idea how it will all evolve which makes the whole process feel pretty spontaneous.”


As a sound editor/designer, field recordist, songwriter and vocalist, Lea Lea loves sound exploration in all its forms: “Music-wise, I’m pretty excited to experiment, create and mix sound for VR and to finally release something new which I’ve been grafting at for a while. I’ve really been into digging out classic south-east Asian 70s pop and soul.”

She has assisted field recording teams on productions such as Sky comedy Brassic and was the sound editor of mini documentary series Home. She has created original music for shows such as HBO documentary Wig, ABC’s High Fidelity, and Channel 4’s Hollyoaks and Made in Chelsea.

Futuristic Innovation

As a result of their experimental creative approach, The Music Lab is constantly innovating, looking ahead at future trends and technologies. Coming out of a year of global lockdowns, one of the most exciting trends relates to immersive music technologies as a fusion of live and virtual performance. This is an area that technologist Neal Coghlan is particularly involved in. Recently working with Marshmallow Laser Feast on the Royal Shakespeare Company’s live, online production, Dream – set in a virtual midsummer forest, in which theatre, music and groundbreaking technology combine, in an extraordinary exploration into the future of live performance.

With an interest in live visual design and virtual reality, Neal specialises in experiential pieces, producing animations for Google as well as creating 3D concepts, artwork. He has also produced live visuals for performance, from motion capture to audiovisual sets, for Glastonbury 2019 and the Royal Academy of Art.

Neal says, “It’s an industry that is growing very quickly, partly due to the availability of certain new technologies across software and hardware, but also furthered by the desire to keep the live music flame alight despite everything we have sadly lost due to Covid-19. It started off with countless YouTube streams, but since then there have been lots more examples of artists being imported into the virtual realm via mocap and LiDar, even using something as simple as an iPhone. With audiences tuning in via different platforms, from VR headsets to game consoles, the point of entry to this virtual realm is becoming more accessible too.”

On their overall ambition for 2021, Dave states that “the last year has been a real eye opener for everyone in a lot of ways. I’m so grateful to work with such an adaptable, resilient and genuine team of people – as well as amazing clients. My main hopes for 2021 are simply to do more of the same, to meet more nice people, and work on some more great campaigns. I’m also hopeful that 2021 will present plenty of opportunities to experiment including a very cool online immersive listening project we’re developing.”  

Business in Singapore in the field of robotics: the significance of the field, its achievements and prospects

Information technology and robotics are the future. The Singapore government understands this and provides tax incentives and incentives for Singaporean companies operating in this area. In response to favorable conditions for the development and implementation of innovative solutions, enterprises are helping to solve the lack of service personnel in the country by developing robots to perform a particular task.In this article, we will look at which robots were created and successfully implemented in Singapore, as well as other important issues for business in the field of robotics.

The importance of robotics in the era of the digital revolution

Automation will increase productivity by freeing organizational staff from core tasks, giving them the opportunity to focus on interacting with customers.

Robotization is aimed at accelerating business transformation and creating a competitive industry, supporting the future workforce.This will contribute to sustainable growth of the country’s economy as a whole.

Automation does not mean people are out of work. This is an opportunity to provide quality service, as well as solve the pressing problems of Singapore:

  1. rise in the cost of living;
  2. 90,015 aging population; 90,015 more highly skilled young people avoid jobs in the service sector.

Yes, robots can withstand a lot of stress, but they are not able to reproduce personal contact, polite dialogue and give a warm smile to the client.

In other words, using robots in the service sector means reducing the client’s waiting time to obtain the necessary information and increasing the efficiency of business processes.

However, while robots can handle heavy loads, they can never reproduce personal contact, a warm smile.

Singapore Robots


As part of Singapore’s Smart Nation Initiative, Panasonic System Solutions Asia Pacific (PSSAP) has developed a 170kg 1.4m robot for General Hospital (CGH) in Changi to improve hospital efficiency.Experimental use of HOSPI autonomous robotic receivers began in February 2015. The robot can deliver fragile and bulky medical equipment, medical samples and patient prescription sheets, medical records around the clock, which will reduce the burden on medical staff.

HOSPI can take an elevator, avoid obstacles and collisions with patients, move from room to room. For this, a hospital map was developed. You can define new routes for the robot.Control and tracking of HOSPI movements is carried out by the control center, where the robot transmits the relevant information.

Techi and AURA

The 311-room Buona Vista hotel is the first hotel in Singapore to turn to robotics to cope with labor shortages. Since June 2016, two robots have taken over the roles of bellhop and housekeeper at the Park Avenue Rochester Hotel. They deliver bottled water, bedding and toiletries, as well as food, luggage and mail to guest rooms.

Techi robot with a height of 1.38 m was developed by an American company. It uses silent technology and has sensors that allow it to avoid collisions with walls and people. Able to carry loads up to 80kg and perform the work of 4 full-time employees per year.

The robot uses a specially designed map to move around the hotel. To access the room, Techi “calls” the guest on the unique telephone number associated with each room and reports: “Your order has arrived.”

Hotel CEO Ryan Sun hopes robots will not only lead to better productivity, but less sick leave among his employees.

Singapore’s hospitality workforce is estimated to grow by 1-2% annually through 2020. In light of this labor shortage, “the hospitality business needs to transform its processes through innovation and technology,” said Ong Huey Hong, director of hotels and workforce sectors at the Singapore Tourism Board.

The next phase of Techi’s modernization is to add the ability to transport guests in wheelchairs, check the quality of the cleaning of the rooms by scanning the details and analyzing (whether the towels are hung correctly or the pillows are laid).

In August 2017, guests and staff at the M Social welcomed the arrival of the AURA robot. The range of functions performed is similar to that of Techi.

NADINE and Charlie

NADINE is the most humanoid robot in Singapore. He has skin and hair. The robot is capable of memorizing faces, conversations and recognizing facial expressions. Developed by NADINE at Nanyang University of Technology and is on display at Human +: The Future of Humanity at the ArtScience Museum.

At the moment, the University is working on the creation of the brother of NADINE – Charlie. At this time, his sister will learn to understand the world around her. Then the scientists plan to release robots from the University so that people can get to know them personally.


PEPPER is a 1.2 meter high robot. Has a touch screen on the chest. Used at My First Skool Jurong Point for reading fairy tales to children and serving customers at Softbank stores in Japan.

NAO is a 57 cm long robot. Used by Japanese stationery rental company Crosscoop Singapore at the front desk to provide a wide range of information. Also used in 2016 at MY World Preschool in Bukit Panjang to teach children in an interactive way.

NAO and PEPPER are developed by the Japanese corporation Softbank Robotics. They are part of a six-month study by the Information and Communication Technology Development Authority (IDA) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU).The aim of the research is to study the possibility of using robots for teaching children in an interactive way.

Results of research:

  1. Children are accustomed to the idea that a robot is a teacher’s assistant, not a toy. They are eagerly awaiting lessons with PEPPER.
  2. According to teachers, the interactive nature of the delivery of educational information facilitates the involvement of students in the educational process, in particular those who require additional attention.
  3. NTU, Softbank and faculty are working together to develop Nao and Pepper lesson plans that include pre-programmed behaviors in their respective lessons.For example, in music lessons, Pepper can simulate different sound effects and rhythmic patterns, and in math lessons with different counts, Pepper is able to give instant answers and thus save time.

Robots in Singapore on guard of the order

In response to a decline in the number of job seekers for security guards, Ademco, the local security service, recently launched a robotic guard service. The size of the robot is 1.6m. he can write down license plates.Has a 360-degree view at a distance of up to 10 meters (32 feet). When a suspicious situation is detected, the robot notifies the command center in real time. And unlike humans, these robots don’t get tired.

Security robots based on SMP Robotics were manufactured. Resistant to high temperature and humidity.

The RoboCop in Singapore has its own pistol that it can use against intruders. Singapore-based startup Otsaw Digital has created a 176-pound, golf-car-sized automated vehicle called the O-R3 that companies can use for security purposes.It is equipped with 3D LIDAR and GPS sensors and other tools to help it detect unattended bags and distinguish employees from intruders. If the robot finds a bag that has been left unattended for more than 5 minutes, the O-R3 will sound an alarm and tag the object to determine how dangerous it is. If the robot detects an intruder, it will send a drone to further monitor the intruder’s actions. Drone operation distance – up to 328 pounds.

Using the O-R3 will save the company on labor costs, since the cost of renting a robot per month is less than the salary of 4 security guards.Yes, a car is not capable of completely replacing a person, but it can take on simpler tasks, such as patrolling areas, identifying intruders. The O-R3 robot will complement security personnel recruited for jobs requiring a higher level of skill and experience.

Singapore’s contribution to the development of robotics

A start-up grant of S $ 45 million was awarded in March to two new laboratories at the Defense Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and DSO National Laboratories.

According to Defense Minister Ng Eng Heng, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) are equipped with the latest technology. Government investment is about supporting defense technology organizations and driving innovation.

In April, DSO established a robotics lab, which includes an analytical lab and an artificial intelligence lab. Defense engineers work in prototyping, integrating, simulating and testing systems prior to field testing for SAF.At the moment, soldiers of the Singapore Infantry Regiment are experimenting with unmanned aerial and ground vehicles for missions. The Navy has gone further and is learning to use unmanned ground vehicles that can move and avoid collisions during operations.

The new DSTA lab will use real-time information that can be obtained from the Internet of Things and Platforms (IoT).

According to the minister, the realizable potential is enormous.

Singapore will host the first Defense Technology Summit in early 2018. The targeted biennial event will be hosted by DSTA in partnership with Singapore Universities, A * STAR and government agencies such as GovTech, Singapore Cyber ​​Security Agency, National Research Foundation and the Economic Development Council of Singapore. Summit Objectives:

  1. Providing a global platform for leading personalities and luminaries of the world to share their views and ideas.
  2. Providing opportunities to connect and expand Singapore’s access to new ideas and innovations.

According to the Minister of Defense, Singapore can become the first in defense technologies, despite the small size of the country. There are already about 5,000 defense engineers and scientists in the country. The number of scholarships and awards is projected to increase by 40 percent from 120 today to 170 by 2025.

Robotics business in Singapore is the most promising

According to research company IDC, the growth of the global robot market by 2019 will reach 135 billion.dollars a year. 2015 saw a significant increase in investment in robotics. Especially in Asia, in particular Japan and China. Investment growth in 2016 exceeded last year’s figures. There were 173 deals with startups in the robotics industry against 146 deals in 2015, which corresponds to a 26% increase in deals.

Consumer-oriented manufacturers (OEMs) are leading in the investment space. This is due to constant and direct interaction with educational and research institutes, as well as regular monitoring of service requests and requirements related to end-user segments.

The global R&D market is currently dominated by investment in robotics from OEMs, according to senior industry analyst at Technavio. The market could reach $ 4.5 billion by 2020, with about 40 percent being managed by third-party financial institutions. These organizations are expanding their investments mainly in healthcare and logistics, where revenue realization is expected to be maximized over the next four years.

In 2016, there is an increase in investor interest in:

  1. Drones and ground robots.
  2. Robots in healthcare, logistics and personal service robots.
  3. Advances in artificial intelligence, voice interactions and home robots.
  4. Social Robots – consumer-oriented robots.
  5. Educational robots that teach children in an interactive way.

If you are interested in registering a company in this area, we suggest that you familiarize yourself with the article Registration of a legal entity in Singapore for a business in the field of robotics.

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What to see in Singapore in 1-2-3 days, my TOP-13

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Singapore doesn’t seem so big at first glance. In fact, it has accommodated an incredible number of attractions, entertainment, and simply beautiful and very interesting places on its territory.And if you think that a couple of days in Singapore will be enough, then you are very mistaken.

This city-state should be set aside for at least a week, or even more. Otherwise, there is a chance to leave with the feeling that you have not seen even half of Singapore. Although it may not be a bad thing, there will be motivation to come back to this ultra-modern and beautiful country. Below are my TOP attractions.

What to see in Singapore

Marina Bay Sands Lookout

It is this hotel that is heard by everyone who is planning to visit Singapore, and by those who have already been there.The rooftop of Marina Bay Sands houses the world’s largest infinity pool. There, on the 57th floor of the hotel, there is a restaurant and bar CE LA VI (formerly KU DE TA) with an observation deck. The bar has quality drinks, good snacks and live music. There is another observation deck a couple of floors below, where paid excursions are conducted. But the trick is that for the same money, you can go up to the bar on the floor above and enjoy the views while sitting at a table with a glass of cocktail.

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Spectra Laser Show at Marina Bay

The show takes place daily at 20:00 and 21:00 near the Marina Bay Sands hotel, and the best view opens from a special observation deck at the entrance to the shopping center located at the foot of the hotel.If you look from other angles, it looks like nothing at all, not visible or audible.

The show is enchanting. The best we’ve seen. The fountains move to the beat of beautiful, wonderfully selected compositions, and on the spray, the laser draws a colorful plot of the show.

Duration only 15 minutes which will fly by in one breath. The show has an interesting plot, it fascinates and fills with emotions.

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Observation Deck of One Altitude

This is the tallest building in Singapore.Its height is 282 meters. The rooftop bar offers a 360 ′ view of the city. Bar 1- Altitude is considered the tallest outdoor bar in the world.

In my opinion, the view of the city from this bar is more interesting than from the Marina Bay Sands observation deck. Firstly, it is located higher, and secondly, from the bar you can see the Marina Bay hotel, which you just won’t see if you are on its roof. Well, plus the bar is better here if you rely on reviews.

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Gardens By The Bay

Marina Bay is home to the stunning man-made gardens of Gardens By The Bay, as well as Dragonfly Lake.These gardens contain artificial super-trees, like from the movie “Avatar”. The park covers 101 hectares of land.

It consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, East Bay Garden and Bay Central Garden. The largest of the gardens, Bay South Garden, covers 54 hectares. These gardens are ecological power plants. More than 160 thousand plants have been planted there, there is a cactus garden, lakes with lotuses, bizarre benches, and many sculptures. Also on the territory there is a free children’s aqua zone with different fountains, there is a changing room, a shower room.

This is a great place to take a series of beautiful photos, so bring your camera with you.

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Super Trees

Supertrees are a tree-shaped structure on which a huge number of different plants are fixed. In the evenings, the lights turn on and they begin to resemble the fabulous trees from the movie “Avatar”.

Every day, at a certain time, a light and music show is held. The show is so bright and mesmerizing that you want to come here again and again.The atmosphere of a holiday is guaranteed for you. I think that this show should definitely be included in the list of places to visit. This is almost the best show in Singapore. The trees are located in the Garden by the Bay.

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Botanical Garden

Singapore Botanic Gardens is the largest garden in Asia. It is located on the territory of the Bukit-Timakh nature reserve. Not so long ago, the botanical garden was included in the UNESCO list and received the status of a World Heritage Site.The reserve, which houses the botanical garden, is over 150 years old and is a magnificent place that attracts tourists all year round. A huge oasis of peace and beauty in the bustling Singapore.

In the garden there are many flowers and plants brought from all over the world. Here is the world’s largest orchid garden. In the tropical jungle, among the tallest trees, there is a bridge where you can take beautiful photos. It is better to lay at least 3 hours for a walk in the garden. There is a science area for children and a mini-laboratory where children will be shown how plants can be used to make dyes, drinks or medicines.

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Singapore Botanic Garden

Ferris wheel Singapore Flyer

The giant Ferris wheel, located in Singapore, was built in 2005-2008. It reaches the height of a 55-storey building, with a total height of 165 m.

The entire central part of the city can be seen from above. In the evening, a particularly beautiful view opens up, the whole city shines with lights. The wheel completes one circle in 30 minutes. This time is quite enough to take many beautiful photos and have time to sit and enjoy the view.Huge observation cabins are equipped with monitors and soft seats. The glazing is completely panoramic from four sides.

You can dine right in the Ferris wheel. The Singapore Flyer has specially designed cockpits in the form of a mini restaurant. Alternatively, you can buy a ticket that will include only a glass of champagne. Or just take a ride enjoying the views, as we did.

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Helix Bridge

Nice bridge over Marina bay.The Helix Bridge, officially The Helix, and formerly known as the Double Helix Bridge, is a pedestrian bridge in the Marina Bay area. In the evening, illumination of the entire structure of the bridge is switched on. There are observation platforms along the bridge. In the evening, this is a good place to just sit over the river (however, you will have to sit on the floor), watch the floating small boats. The bridge leads to the mall at the foot of Marina Bay.

Nice place, but crowded. And in general, it is not clear what is so special about the construction of the bridge.

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Sri Viramakaliyamman Temple

The Sri Viramakaliyamman Temple is dedicated to the goddess Kali – the cruel incarnation of Shakti and the wife of the god Shiva, Parvati. This is a very colorful attraction that you should definitely see. The temple is considered one of the oldest and most ornate temples in Singapore.

It’s really beautiful inside. Both outside and inside the temple is decorated with many unusual, striking sculptures and stucco moldings. The air is filled with aromas of incense and jasmine flowers.The centerpiece of the temple is the black statue of Kali, depicted in its most eerie form. Kali has many arms and legs. She holds severed heads in each hand, and a garland of skulls around her neck. Kali is considered the protector from all evil forces, and, protecting from evil, she brings prosperity and life in this world.

When entering the temple, you should take off your shoes, leave them on special racks and wash your feet under the tap (available at the entrance). Women with bare legs should wear a national skirt and lie in a basket at the entrance.

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Fountain of Wealth

A striking structure that attracts attention. A huge fountain was built as a symbol of wealth. Occupies an area of ​​about 1700 sq. M. In the evening, it is complemented by lighting, and at 20:00 and 21:00 a laser show is held here.

It is located in one of the largest shopping centers in Singapore Suntec City. At certain times of the day, the fountain turns off and visitors are invited to stroll through the mini-fountain in its very center.They say that you need to dip your hand into the fountain and walk around it three times for good luck to attract wealth to yourself. I haven’t personally checked it, but everything is possible, because the fountain was built entirely according to Feng Shui and therefore, what if?

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Merlion (Merlion) – the symbol of Singapore

Almost all capitals of all countries have their own unique symbol. In Russia – the Kremlin, near Paris – this is the Eiffel Tower, near London – Big Ben, etc. So the Singapore authorities really wanted to create a landmark that will become a symbol of the city.There are several legends about the origin of the symbol of Singapore in the form of the Merlion. Translated from English “mer” is abbreviated from “mermaid” – a mermaid, “lion” – a lion.

A total of 4 statues were built. Of these, only 2 are the most famous. In 1972, the first statue of the Merlion was erected on the embankment. In the evening, it has a beautiful backlight. The second statue stands on Sentosa Island. This is a huge statue that houses a museum, a cinema, a souvenir shop and 2 observation decks.

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Universal Studios Singapore

The park is somewhat reminiscent of Disneyland.If you are traveling with children, then you should definitely come to Universal Studios, the children will be absolutely delighted. This is a park that has 28 rides, shows and 7 thematic zones: New York, Hollywood, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, the lost world, Madagascar, the far-off kingdom. All rides are included in the admission price. There are a lot of people at the box office and in the park, it would probably be better to come on a working day.

Mandai Zoo

Nice zoo surrounded by greenery.Many species of animals, 16% are endangered species. Some animals can be fed. From the very beginning, the zoo chose a concept for itself – to represent animals in their natural habitat, with open enclosures, ditches and glass barriers. The zoo hosts a large number of shows, the schedule must be clarified in advance. Many animals walk freely around the zoo and can be touched.

There is a water mini-park with slides on the territory, so when visiting the zoo it is worth taking flip flops, a towel and change of clothes or a swimsuit with you.You should definitely go with children, they will really like it, and you should definitely like it much more than in the Moscow one.

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Singapore Zoo


P.S. This list will be enough for more than 1-2-3 days, but it is from this list that I would choose those sights that you want to see.

MDIS – Singapore Management Development Institute

Singapore Management Development Institute (MDIS) was founded in 1956 and is the oldest non-profit vocational education institution in Singapore.MDIS has two divisions: Private Educational Institution Singapore Management Development Institute (MDIS Pte Ltd) to work in the domestic market of Singapore and Private Educational Institution MDIS International to implement international strategic projects.

Singapore Institute for Management Development offers accredited training courses, seminars and personalized management services for professional development through academic programs: Business and Management, Engineering, Fashion and Design, Information Technology, Natural Sciences, Mass Communication, Psychology, Tourism and Hospitality.These training programs are implemented in collaboration with leading universities in Australia, France, Great Britain and the United States.

The success of MDIS graduates is ensured by the institute’s commitment to high educational standards. Obtaining the EduTrust Certificate for 4 years from the Council for Private Education in 2014 was an important milestone for the Singapore Institute for Management Development, as it confirms the high level of education and business. The Singapore Institute for Management Development has also become one of the first private educational institutions to receive the Enhanced Registration Framework certification.

In September 2008, the Singapore Institute for Management Development opened its first overseas branch in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. Students from all over Central Asia receive higher education in this branch.

After signing an agreement with EduCity @ Iskandar in June 2010, MDIS became the first Singaporean private institution with a branch in Malaysia. The construction of the new 30-acre campus will be funded by MDIS’s internal savings. The first student enrollment is planned for 2013.

The Singapore Institute for Management Development has offices in China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. The institute is also represented by educational agents in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

IDIS Integrated Campus

– a place of concentration of bright life and education

Student Residential Building (Dormitory) MDIS is the first dormitory in Singapore to receive the Green Mark (Gold Plus Level) from the Architecture and Construction Council for its nature-friendly architectural design.

Combining distinctive and unique features, the MDIS dormitory is designed so that students can live and study in an interactive and rewarding environment. The new 15-storey building and academic buildings will provide students with an educational environment rich in vibrant energy and intercultural communication with students from 72 countries of the world. The hostel can accommodate about 1,700 students.

Infrastructure MDIS

The Singapore Institute for Management Development has a rich history of student learning.The campus of the institute, worth 35 million dollars, covers an area equal to 3 hectares. The campus houses state-of-the-art classrooms, biomedical laboratories, computer labs, a hospitality training center, a media studio, a sports hall, a badminton and table tennis hall. The campus also has an amphitheater for events and celebrations.

The campus is equipped with Wi-Fi, which allows you to access the World Wide Web from anywhere. In addition, MDIS enhances students’ knowledge with the Blackboard Learning System and Video Streaming technologies, which allow online access to lecture notes, teaching resources and recorded lectures anytime, anywhere.

MDIS has another MDIS Dhoby Ghaut coprus located in the city center on Orchard Road

Life in MDIS style

At MDIS, students can live in an active rhythm thanks to the activities that are organized for them throughout the year. Make your life the same active!

How to apply to the Singapore Institute for Management Development (IDIS), see the section Admission Process.


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