CHEMICRETE AWARDED MAINTENANCE CONTRACT BY AGC
Cyclect's subsidiary will implement Computerised Facilities Management Solutions
Chemicrete, the Facility Management (FM) subsidiary of Cyclect, has been awarded the Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) maintenance contract by the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC). The team was selected from a group of FM service providers, shortlisted by the AGC.
The five-year contract includes mechanical and electrical maintenance, cleaning, and stewarding services. Chemicrete intends to implement its Smart Facilities Management solutions to increase its efficiency. These solutions include digital job reporting, 3D-scanner technologies and the Internet of Things (IOT), which are embedded with electronic software sensors and connectivity, to enable data exchanges.
To align itself with Singapore's smart nation initiatives, the company wants to bring its depth of its IFM experience to new clients and increase value-added services through digital innovation.
For the past 34 years, Chemicrete has been serving esteemed clients including Mindef, Singtel and IRAS. Chemicrete is Cyclect’s subsidiary for Facilities Management Services. Through new innovations, improved corporate governance and the upgrading of its portfolio of services, Chemicrete and Cyclect continue to bring high quality engineering services to new and current clients.
by Ee Wei Tan
20 Feb 2018
Mr. Melvin Tan, Cyclect's Managing Director, is honoured to be featured in CEO Magazine (Jan 2018 issue).
The article can be accessed here.
23 Feb 2018
LINQ was featured on NTUC This Week magazine and NTUC U Portal.
Please access the article HERE.
Ms. Avelyn Ng reports: "With the technology expertise of Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP), prototyping expertise of Watson EP and funding from SPRING Singapore, Cyclect was able to use its latching mechanism and platooning software to create the LINQ automated wheelchair system."
Cyclect's ART department (ART) created LINQ for logistics staff to better handle heavy items using robotics. LINQ was successfully adapted for prototype wheelchairs used in airports. ART is honoured to be featured for LINQ and shall continue to turn imaginations into possibilities.
24 May 2017
Cyclect debuts LINQ convoy robots at TechnIC@SATS event.
LINQ, an acronym of “Link and Queue”, was adapted for SATS to allow wheelchairs to communicate and move as one. LINQ autonomously transports people and logistics within the airport with minimal human intervention. SATS is testing LINQ for passengers with limited mobility and to improve staff productivity. It can be regarded as an intersection of intelligence and technology.
“We are thrilled to partner with SATS and showcase the potential of LINQ in a live airport environment”, says Michael Khong, Head of Cyclect’s ART team. “LINQ is a good fit for Changi Airport and we believe it is a right step in the future of autonomous mobility. It also address the issues of manpower shortages in various industries.”
With a single push of a button, wheelchairs equipped with LINQ can be connected and moved to the required destination. This innovation is ideal for the aviation industry where it often requires multiple personnel to move individual wheelchairs around the airport. With LINQ, a single person can move three wheelchairs in an automatic convoy. LINQ was developed by Cyclect’s Automation and Robotics Tailor (ART) department in collaboration with CAG and Nanyang Polytechnic.
TechnIC@SATS is a new virtual innovation centre by SATS focusing on aviation related technologies. Guests of honour and visitors alike were impressed by how LINQ enhances workplace productivity. Examining both quality and functionality, TechnIC@SATS organizers praised LINQ’s innovation and eagerly await the results of trials at Changi Airport.
LINQ helps to organize airports, hospitality and healthcare environments. It can also be customized for other industries. For more information about LINQ and its features, you can contact us at email@example.com
Cyclect is proud to be the electrical installers for Coldplay’s concert held in the Singapore Sports Hub. Rivalling that of a National Day Parade show, the sold out event was a kaleidoscopic arena of lights and music. Over two nights, 50,000 audience members wore LED wristbands that lit up in time to the music, adding to the incredible spectacle.
This is Coldplay’s fourth performance in Singapore and also their largest. Cyclect had completed projects for other concerts held in the Sports Hub, including Mariah Carey, Jacky Cheung and Jay Chou.