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Project Number 
T001
Category 
Home & Living
Year 
2018
Description 
SmartWin Corporation is a technology start-up that strives to provide solutions to tackle child safety problems arising from high rise flats. With a synergized and passionate team of founding members, SmartWin hopes to eliminate the risk of children falling through windows with our first product, the Smart Window Grill. Our product is highly relevant in Singapore as the majority of household live in high rising flats. For instance, in 2016, a three-year-old girl fell to her death from the balcon
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Project Number 
T002
Category 
Health & Assistive Technology
Year 
2018
Description 
Lucas Enterprise is a startup that aims to deliver ‘bright’ solutions to everyday problems. Our pioneering product is the Ramplify. Ramplify is a portable ramp that is light and compact, and allows wheelchair users to traverse stairs and elevated platforms. Ramplify is created for wheelchair users living in older HDB flats where there exist a short flight of steps leading to each apartment. MP Mr Ang Wei Neng noticed that wheelchair users experience difficulties entering their apartments becaus
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T003
Category 
Lifestyle
Year 
2018
Description 
The Need The agein g population of Singapore has become a major concern over the past few years. According to statistics, residents aged 65 years and above made up 13.0% of the resident population in 2017, compared to 12.4% in 2016. Every 32 minutes, an elderly person turns up at a public hospital emergency department because of an injury from a fall. Each month, an estimated 100 seniors find themselves in hospital, staying a week or more because of such injuries. With the number of elderlies e
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Project Number 
T004
Category 
Safety & Security
Year 
2018
Description 
Rider Empowered Anticipative Collision Technology (REACT) is a product developed by Anticipative Collision Enterprise (ACE) with the goal to increase the safety of motorcyclist through innovation. In Singapore, motorcycles have always been one of the main forms of commuting, with motorcyclists making up 15.1% of all road users in Singapore. With an additional influx of an estimated 100,000 motorcycles entering Singapore on a daily basis, Singapore has seen a steady increase in motorcycle acciden
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Project Number 
T005
Category 
Health & Assistive Technology
Year 
2018
Description 
Background/Motivation Many countries such as Singapore, Japan and Italy faces an aging population crisis. More specifically, Singapore experiences an aging population that will see a quarter o f Singaporeans turning 65 by the year 2030. This will trigger a silver, estimated to be worth trillions of US dollars in the Asia-Pacific. Ranked third in the region in terms of silver industry market potential, Singapore’s healthcare sector will continue to demand higher quality products, which can cater
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Project Number 
T006
Category 
Home & Living
Year 
2018
Description 
The Need According to the statistics gathered after surveying 109 people, 83% of them replace their toothbrushes within the first 6 months of usage. This suggests that majority of the people use 2 toothbrushes per year. From the Singapore Department of Statistics (2017), it is stated that the total population size is 5,612,300. With this figure, it is estimated that 11,224,600 toothbrushes are discarded by Singaporeans yearly and it also means that a staggering amount of plastic is thrown away e
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Project Number 
T007
Category 
Lifestyle
Year 
2018
Description 
Background and Problem: In Singapore, the Food and beverages (F&B) outlets are popular haunts for the locals and tourists. An important component of this industry is the food trays, however, as low as 1 in 5 patrons return their trays after their meal. When people are returning trays during peak period at eating places with accessible tray return stations, the top and bottom portion of the tray return shelves are usually left untouched. A possible reason is that people place their trays at a com
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Project Number 
T008
Category 
Lifestyle
Year 
2018
Description 
The use of umbrellas is common in Singapore, as it is a tropical country. In fact, it rains an average of 167 days a year, close to once every 2 days. Plastic bags and covers are often used to combat wet umbrellas dripping on shopping centre floors and in bags. However, plastic bags are not ideal as they are not eco-friendly. Burning them produces residual ash, and they often end up as litter, dirtying Singapore’s streets and beaches. On average, each person in Singapore uses 1.6 plastic bags pe
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Project Number 
T009
Category 
Safety & Security
Year 
2018
Description 
Accidents at home involving furnitures can put children at risk. Therefore it is vital for families to make sure that these accidents are minimised. One such incident would be related to Ikea’s dresser where children died when it toppled over with crushing force. There are existing products in the market to prevent toppling, but most require drilling. This drilling process is inconvenient for many and the problem arises with the varying conditions of the wall. Furthermore, the wardrobe will no l
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Project Number 
T010
Category 
Health & Assistive Technology
Year 
2018
Description 
Supermarkets have been thriving in providing consumers with the daily necessities they require, however they have not been doing well in one area; managing the whereabouts of their trolleys. Trolleys are made available to consumers as a bonus to lessen the burden of carrying goods that they have purchased and the onus is on them to return it back. Despite plentiful campaigns to raise awareness about social responsibility and graciousness, the problem still persists. Trolleys still go missing res
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Project Title 
Project Number 
T011
Category 
Lifestyle
Year 
2018
Description 
According to the Department of Statistics Singapore, the proportion of residents aged 65 years and over has increased from 8.4% in 2005 to 18.7% in 2030. The resident old-age support ratio has also fallen from 7.7 in 2007 to 5.1 in 2017, indicating that there are fewer workingage adults to support our elderly. Given the rapidly aging population and the increasing burden on younger Singaporeans to take care of our pioneer generation, more needs to be done to effectively take care of them without
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Project Number 
T012
Category 
Health & Assistive Technology
Year 
2018
Description 
Background 24.4% of res idents in Singapore will be 50 years and above as of 2017, according to The Singapore Department of Statistics. Out of this resident population, 13.3% (185,375) residents have self-reported disabilities, with reference to the statistics by the National Council of Social Service. The estimated number of wheelchair users aged above 50 in Singapore would be around 100,000, with regards to the data above. Wheelchair users are required to be seated in a wheelchair for an exte
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