About GRID Communications
GRID is proud to showcase our business communication services and solutions at the Annual Hotel Security Conference and Awards Presentation Ceremony Organised by the Singapore Hotel Association, Singapore Police Force and National Crime Prevention Council. Guest of Honour, Minister Zaqy Mohamad, visited our booth.
We made our presence at the SSA 2018 exhibition, one of the key security events in Singapore held on 2 to 4 October. This three day event was hosted and supported by various reputable and esteemed Associations such as Security Systems Association of Singapore, Security Association Singapore etc. GRID showcased a suite of our innovative products and solutions like walkie talkies, Push-To-Talk apps and SaferDrive™ solution, an app that promotes safe driving behavior and encourages safety events. This drew potential interest and follow-up leads from our target customers. Overall, it was a successful event!
Earlier in March, GRID Communications has launched a reliable, secure 2-way, 100% Message-Acknowledged Internet of Things (IoT) network poised to provide superior machine connectivity to support Singapore Smart Nation’s drive. In conjunction with the launch, GRID participated in one of the biggest IoT tradeshow, IoT Asia 2018, at Singapore Expo to introduce our new business solution to the market. We were also invited to participate in a workshop for IoT in Tourism and Hospitality, conducted by A*STAR and SiAA on 13th April 2018.
We are honoured to have attendees from various industries such as construction, freight, logistic, transportation and utilities, with us at GRID SaferDrive™ workshop, held on the 26th January 2018. GRID’s Senior Director of Special Projects, Internet of Things (IoT), Mr Mohamad Rizal, shared his insightful knowledge on why we need technology to improve driving behaviour, drive efficiencies and reduce fleet costs. “Man is largely a creature of habit, and many of his activities are more or less automatic reflexes from the stimuli of his environment,” Quoting G. Stanley Hall, Mr Mohamad Rizal further emphasised on the need to target driver’s…