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Building and Construction Authority

8 Apr 2019 to 10 Apr 2019

This course intends to train veteran builders who would like to be registered as the Approved Persons as stipulated in the Building Control (Licensing of Builders) Regulations 2008. This course aims to provide essential knowledge training in the statutory requirements for construction safety and quality; environmental sustainability, workplace safety & health as well as in risk management.

Building and Construction Authority

11 Apr 2019 to 12 Apr 2019

Many professionals in the built environment sector have little or no finance knowledge and experience. The lack of understanding of the financial information hinders them from drafting an accurate budget and making informed business decisions. In the current competitive global economy, there is a need for the built environment professionals to grasp essential key knowledge in the area of finance in order to make more informed business decisions.

Building and Construction Authority

11 Apr 2019 to 12 Apr 2019

In recent years, data analytics has gained significant momentum and buy-in from leadership in organisations across sectors and functions. However, many organisations continue to find it challenging to get data analytics off the ground and on the right track due to a combination of technical, cultural and capabilities factors. One of the key factors is the lack of analytics skills among the employees. While organisations may hire specialists to jump start its analytics journey or work in specific analytics projects, the potential of data analytics can only be sustained if the organisation is able to build data analytics capabilities and culture throughout the organisation. This bespoke workshop aims to address such capability gaps in the built environment sector, especially among professionals and managers in non-analyst roles who wish to work with and make sense of data and analysis of their daily work.

Institution of Engineers, Singapore

11 Apr 2019 to 11 Apr 2019

Jointly-organised byIES Electronics and Computer Engineering Technical Committee (ECETC)and TUV SUD PSB Singapore.

Our Speakers are:

Mr Derrick Sim Boon Hwa, Product Manager, Electrical and Electronic Centre, Product Service, TUV SUD PSB Singapore.

Dr Ronnie Teo Jin Wah, Scientist III, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).

Ms Zhang Yiran, Project Engineer, TUV SUD.

Dr Marvin Henry Bll, Senior Engineer and Project Manager, TUV SUD.

CPD/ PDU/ STU: (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi); all pending approvals/ confirmations

  • (i) PDU for PEB PEs (for all engineering branches/disciplines).
  • (ii) PDU for IES C.Engs (for engineering sectors listed in https://www.charteredengineers.sg/branches/).
  • (iii) STU for IES/ ACES M&E REs and RTOs.
  • (iv) STU for IES/ TUCSS Tunnelling REs/ RTOs.
  • (v) CPD for NEA/ IES Singapore Certified Energy Managers (SCEMs).
  • (vi) CPD for BOA/ SIA Registered Architects.
  • (vii) Approved/ Confirmed 3 (Three) CPD for Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects (SILA) Accredited Landscape Architects.

LED lighting: Do you know what youre getting? - Civil + Structural ...https://csengineermag.com/article/led-lighting-do-you-know-what-you-re-getting/

Typical LED street light fixtures can be an ice cube tray style a rectangular box with LEDs or shaped to look like traditional lighting fixtures, which allow...

Smart roads could power street lamps, electric cars - The Economic ...https://economictimes.indiatimes.com News Science

Sep 19, 2017 - "The system we develop will then convert this mechanical energy into electric energy to power things such as street lamps, traffic lights and ...

LTA installing smarter, energy-saving street lights, Singapore News ...https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/lta-installing-smarter-energy-saving-street-lights

Jan 4, 2017 - All street lamps will be replaced with energy-efficient lightemitting diodes (LED) in five years, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said yesterday. ... By 2019, 25,000 street lights in central Singapore, including areas such as Rochor Road, Kallang Road and New Bridge Road, will be retrofitted, the LTA said.

Tunnelling projects will have to be designed to be easier to build: BCA ...https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/.../tunnelling-projects-will-have-to-be-designe...

Jan 6, 2016 - SINGAPORE - Tunneling projects for MRT lines and expressways may become ... standard of labour-saving methods andtechnologyor face penalties. ... fittings such aslights and fans, then brought to Singapore and fitted out...

Tengah flats may get centralised cooling and AI-controlled energy ...

The Straits Times - 9 Jul 2018 -SINGAPORE - The Housing Board (HDB) and energy utilities ... For example, for power failures in housing blocks, street lamps and traffic lights,...

HDB flats at new Tengah town may get centralised cooling, AI ...
The Business Times-9 Jul 2018

HDB eyes AI-powered energy system in Tengah

Singapore Business Review - 10 Jul 2018 -The Housing & Development Board (HDB) inked a memorandum of ... failures occurring in residential blocks,street lamps, or traffic lights, and...

AI-powered system in the works to help new Tengah town save energy

TODAYonline - 10 Jul 2018 -...traffic lights and street lamps, then channel energy from alternative ... the Housing and Development Board (HDB) and utility provider SP...


[PDF] Technology and the City: Foundation for a Smart Nation - Centre for ...

Our Smart Nation initiative is actually not about technology. It is really ...... introducing smart initiatives to HDB estates. The framework consists of two layers. ...... communication links embedded in the new street lamps to mount additional...

Setting the standard worldwide: intelligent city, Smart Nation ...https://spring.enterprisesg.gov.sg/.../Setting-the-standard-worldwide-intelligent-city-S...

Jan 8, 2016 -As Singaporegears up to be the world's first Smart Nation, it's relying ... with 'smart city' technologies to tackle issues such as street lighting, waste ...HDB is also working closely with government agencies and industry players...

Soaring Demand Drives Landscape Lighting Market Growth During the Forecast Period, 2018 to 2028

Fact.MR has announced the addition of the Landscape Lighting Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Market Insights 2018 to 2028"report to their offering.

Rockville, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/02/2019 -- The development of energy-efficient and economic LEDs lighting products has broaden the application of the LED lights including the outdoors also. Due to advancements in landscape lighting technology, (such as the use of chip-on-board technology) landscape lighting are being adopted significantly. Moreover, the day and night monitoring of the outside environment is done with the help of the landscape lighting. The landscape lighting market is expected to have a significant growth during the forecast period owing to the promising application of landscape lighting inside the house and in roadways also. The modern landscape lighting is expected to encourage people to switch from conventional lighting solutions to LED landscape lighting solutions due to the advanced features of the landscape lighting market. In addition, the arrival of efficient and smart technologies, such as daylight sensors and control systems (for the remote monitoring of smart street lights) provide a rise in potential opportunities for the landscape lighting market.

Source/ Courtesy of: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/soaring-demand-drives-landscape-lighting-market-growth-during-the-forecast-period-2018-to-2028-1159820.htm

Building and Construction Authority

17 Apr 2019 to 18 Apr 2019

Safety is influenced by a number of factors such as workplace environment, managements commitment to safety, attitude or behaviour of working personnel towards safety, etc. Workers positive behaviour towards safety is considered one of the key factors in preventing accidents at workplaces. A successful introduction of behavioural safety process, focussing on identifying and reducing unsafe behaviour and reinforcing safe behaviour is one means of improving safety at workplaces.Behavioural Safety is a methodology used to improve safety culture through change of behaviour of working personnel in an organisation. This methodology has been applied successfully in other industries like petrochemical and manufacturing and is gaining popularity in the construction industry.

Building and Construction Authority

22 Apr 2019 to 23 Apr 2019

Recently construction sites had started using Prefabricated Prefi nished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) in building construction to improve productivity. The components used in PPVC are much heavier and bulky. To lift such components using cranes, the crane operators need to handle the components (loads) more carefully and position them accurately at specifi ed location points mostly with the help of signalmens walkie-talkie communications as the crane operators are unable to see the locations points due to large size of the PPVC components.

Building and Construction Authority

22 Apr 2019 to 29 Apr 2019

Precast concrete technology had been identified as one of the key areas of focus to improve productivity in the construction industry. It has been observed that there is more room for a greater adoption of this technology in Singapore. Good site management practices and planning of precast concrete construction activities such as on-site/off-site casting of precast members, transportation of the members to site, erection and construction considerations would contribute to more efficient, less labour intensive and faster construction. This would eventually lead to better construction productivity. This workshop provides construction managers with practical knowledge in the planning, execution and control of precast concrete construction. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to plan and manage precast concrete construction site activities effectively.

Building and Construction Authority

22 Apr 2019 to 30 Apr 2019

The Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC) of SPRING Singapore, with the support of Geotechnical Society of Singapore (GeoSS), Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Land Transport Authority (LTA) has introduced an accreditation scheme for site investigation firms. As part of the accreditation requirements for site investigation firms, site investigation supervisors of the firms are required to undergo a training course on site investigation. Upon successfully completing the course, they can be registered as Certified Site Investigation Supervisor with GeoSS.

Building and Construction Authority

23 Apr 2019 to 24 Apr 2019

Computational BIM approach enables professionals from the built industry to explore and automate more design options leading to desired solution for productivity gain. The design approach also makes the creation of complex geometry possible and accurate. This 2-day workshop covers the practical applications, modelling workflow and integration of model with BIM software to enhance the design process. Participants will be equipped with practical computational BIM skills and technical knowledge through the hands-on sessions. Industry practitioners will also be invited to share on their experience in adopting computational BIM in their projects or workflws.

Institution of Engineers, Singapore

24 Apr 2019 to 24 Apr 2019

This Engineering/ Technical Event is organised by IES Aerospace Engineering Technical Committee (AETC).

Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Liu Erjia, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

Cold spray is attracting increasing interest as a coating, repair and additive manufacturing process across a large number of industry sectors. Recent advances in equipment, coupled with novel approaches to the manufacturing and metallurgy of the materials employed in cold spray are encouraging the development of load bearing applications for AI, Fe, Ni and Ti alloy components.

Coatings and surface engineering: addressing the needs of industry

Water repellence; lightning conduction; increased abrasion resistance all properties which can be imparted to a material through the use of coatings and surface engineering.

Aerospace

The complex castings made of difficult-to-weld alloys used in aircraft structures can easily suffer superficial damage, either during their production as a result of casting defects or mismachining, or during service as a result of wear and corrosion.

Alongside surface engineering for repairs, the aerospace sector also needs durable anti-icing and anti-fouling coatings, improved bulk materials for aircraft leading edges, thermally resistant coatings and advanced composite materials for aircraft pipelines.

Construction & Built Environment

The construction industry is always seeking improved ways to repel moisture, limit the impact of fouling and preserve dimensional stability, appearance and insulation performance.

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