Past Projects – Lean Launchpad Singapore
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Past Projects

ICT & OTHERS

  • 2018
    LLPSG NUS2
    argon

    Start-up

    Team Members: Dylan Tan, Tan Yi Shu, Glen Ong, Dr. Hassan Hariri

    ARgon is an Augmented Reality safety device and software platform that enhances information flow from systems to the human cognition through an optimised Optical Display System (ODS). Currently, ARgon is designed to attach onto motorcycle helmets to increase the situational awareness of motorcyclists. The ODS provides information to riders such as video feed of the rear, for navigation purposes. The versatile technology within ARgon also serves to allow businesses to customise our product to their needs

  • 2018
    LLPSG NUS2
    Opinir

    Start-up

    Team Members: Keith Wang, Debabrota Basu

    Our team (5 engineers and a data scientist) is developing an AI prototype, Opinir, to analyse, score and sort customer reviews on the web that will enable users to make more informed purchase decisions through reliable and quality customer reviews. We aim to target the fashion industry after insights from 98 user interviews, to develop an app for reviewers to share their fashion purchase experiences and as a way to collect quality reviews data that will train and improve our AI model.

     

  • 2018
    LLPSG NUS2
    ease

    TUM CREATE

    Team Members: Erik Löwer, Praneeth Tammiraju

    Ease is a portable e-bike conversion kit developed by German engineers at TUM-CREATE. It can transform almost any adult bicycle into an assisted electric bike. Ease is a light device at under 3 kg which can easily fit into a laptop bag. It can be attached and detached in under a minute. Ease has already garnered interest from bike enthusiasts in US and Europe as well as some food delivery companies in India and Singapore. Please visit www.easecycle.com for more details.

  • 2018
    LLPSG NUS2
    milk fat qc

    Republic Polytechnic

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Huang Jingfeng
    Team Members: Yvonne Ho, Mark Siming Zhou, Mukesh Singh Kumar

    Milk fat is one of the key indicators of milk quality. Current methods to test milk fat are hazardous, non-portable, or else require expensive equipment. Using a chemical sensor technology developed by NUS, that reacts with milk fat and produces fluorescence in proportion to fat content, Republic Polytechnic has developed a portable, safe to use, accurate and inexpensive device to measure the fluorescence and immediately communicate measured fat content to the user.

  • 2018
    LLPSG NUS2
    neso

    Future Cities Laboratory, CREATE

    Principal Investigator: Prof. Arno Schlueter
    Team Members: Lukas Lienhart, Bharath Seshadri

    Neso’s goal is to create healthy, comfortable and efficient buildings. Neso plans a technological transition to air-conditioned buildings in the tropics. Neso uses hydronic systems, with chilled water running through ceiling beams. This saves energy and is more space efficient than conventional cooling. Neso will combine this hydronic cooling technology with real time sensor information, data analytics and intelligent control strategies that will allow indoor environments to be controlled and optimized, even remotely.

  • 2018
    LLPSG NUS2
    prism optics

    Singapore Synchrotron Light Source, NUS

    Principal Investigator: Prof. Mark Breese
    Team Members: Lin Lin Pranata, Lucas Ong, Dr. Liang Haidong

    PRISM OPTICS have invented a technology to make compact, wide-angle cameras with a viewing range up to 180° or 360° with zero image distortion, which clearly outperforms current devices based on fisheye and wide-angle lenses. The technology is being applied to 180° car-reversing cameras and web cameras for group videoconferencing and to wearable wide-angle viewing devices. The same technology is being applied to smartphones that they produce a contiguous field of view – up to 240°.