7 Technologies that NUS Enterprise is Testing Out Right Now

1. EventNook

Eventnook — Registration & Ticketing Made Easy
Tech In Action — EventNook’s Registration Setup at BLOCK71 Singapore

2. SurePark/Innovation of things

Surepark — Find Your Parking in Seconds
Tech In Action — Sure Park at the car park of Blk71 Ayer Rajah Crescent

3. GTRIIP

GTRIIP — Hassle-free, Document-less Check ins
Tech In Action — GTRIIP at the entrance of ICE71 at Blk71 Ayer Rajah Crescent

4. Relay by Savioke

Savioke — Service Delivery Robot
Tech In Action — Relay by Savioke at Timbre+

5. Pigeonhole Live

Pigeonhole Live — Making Audience Engagement Simple
Tech In Action — Pigeonhole during BLOCK71’s Kopi Chat with Mr Teo Ser Luck

6. Xiaobai by Gowild Singapore

Xiaobai by Gowild SG — Managing Properties Through Voice Commands
Tech In Action — Xiaobai at BLOCK71 Singapore’s front desk

7. Rotimatic by Zimplistic Pte Ltd

Rotimatic by Zimplistic Pte Ltd — Making Fresh Rotis in Minutes
Tech In Action — Rotimatic at BLOCK71 Visitor’s Lounge

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