Innovation and Entrepreneurship since 1944 Tectus Dreamlab Pte Ltd is part of the Tectus Group, a family-owned multi-national business with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland employing ~10,000 people worldwide. Founded in the 1940s, the independent businesses of the Tectus Group have grown globally and now thrive across seven market sectors such as Engineering & Construction, Real Estate, IoT & Sensing, Digital Health, Entertainment & Lifestyle and Advisory & Investments. Tectus Dreamlab was established in Singapore in April 2015 to focus on cutting-edge, cross-functional research. The Dreamlab team works on R&D projects that leverage existing expertise within the Tectus Group, combined with the novel technologies and capabilities of various research platforms in Singapore, including Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and National University of Singapore (NUS).
Tectus Group’s new Dreamlab is yet another testament to Singapore’s approach of encouraging interdisciplinary research and collaboration. The R&D undertaken by Tectus Dreamlab will help the Group create innovative solution offerings, as well as new businesses from Singapore, to serve the global market. Mr. Lim Kok Kiang, Assistant Managing Director of the Singapore Economic Development Board
Diverse Portfolio and Global Footprint Some of the Group companies include, Proceq Switzerland has been a leading manufacturer of high quality portable instruments for non-destructive testing since 1954. It serves customers through its 8 subsidiaries and 200+ partners/distributors globally.
BBR Holdings (Singapore) Ltd is the industry leader in implementing modular construction technology and leads innovative green technology initiatives in Singapore’s construction and utilities sectors. BBR (S) has been listed on the mainboard of Singapore Stock Exchange since 2006.
BBR Network is a global construction franchise and is recognized as the leading group of specialised engineering contractors in the field of post-tensioning and stay cable in over 50 countries. The Group generates over CHF 600 million in revenue and employs over 2,000 engineers and professionals in all activities.
Virtually Live is a leader in rendering live sports to provide fans with a fully immersive true Virtual Reality (VR) experience. Virtually Live is headquartered in London, with offices in San Francisco, Seattle, Singapore, Malaga and Zurich.
Revolutionising Infrastructure Inspection and Management
Your Infrastructure Challenge Inadequate maintenance Proactive inspections estimated to save 50% of infrastructure maintenance cost2.
The Screening Eagle Virtual Inspection Platform is a holistic portal for asset monitoring, maintenance and inspection. It was developed to help solve critical challenges in the $49 trillion global infrastructure market1.
Lack of skilled technicians Human errors can increase project costs by as much as 25%3.
By tapping into global trends of virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile computing, big data, and cloud computing, the platform will introduce revolutionary features such as automated defect detection, cost-effective 3D object scanning and modelling, and virtual collaboration to help you raise productivity to the next level.
Under-utilised data U.S construction companies store only 5.3% of available data as compared to the manufacturing industry4.
The Screening Eagle Advantage Say NO to paperwork Never miss a defect with artificial intelligence VR for better collaboration
Worker activity tracking for improved productivity and accountability Predictive analytics to prioritise your inspection efforts Access from anywhere
Rooftop Solar Panel Inspection
BBR Greentech Pte Ltd (BBR)
BBR owns and operates solar panels on the rooftops of HDB flats in
Singapore. The panels require regular inspection and maintenance to prevent damages and mitigate safety hazards. However, the rooftops are a high-risk work environment, and general workers lack inspection knowledge. The traditional paper records are unreliable and inefficient.
Collection Deploy drone with optical and thermal cameras to collect rooftop and solar panel images
Visualisation Create 3D model of rooftop
Management Cloud-based data storage Accessible from iPhone, iPad and web
Analytics Automatically detect and document defects using artificial intelligence: individual panel identification, hotspots and other abnormalities Predictive analytics: e.g. schedule inspection time
Localise relevant solar panel info within the model
Contact us Tectus Dreamlab Pte Ltd 1 Fusionopolis Way Connexis South Tower #20-03 Singapore 138632 [email protected]
e-Brochure URL: http://bit.ly/2tAv9xT
References 1. “Reinventing Construction: A Route to higher Productivity”, McKinsey Global Institute, Feb 2017 2. “Construction and Maintenance Fact Sheets”, U.S. Department of Transportation, 2000 3. “Design and Construction Error Mitigation in infrastructure projects”, Curtin University of Technology, 2014-2016 4. “Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity”, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2011