After implementation, Envision’s IoT Operating System will offer a robust, open and secure platform to speed up development of next-gen IoT-based services
Envision Digital Singapore Pte Ltd, a global leader in renewable technology and energy IoT platform company, has been awarded a tender for Hosting and Development of GovTech Device Management Control and Data Acquisition System (DECADA) by the Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech).
The aim of the project is to provide ready-to-use common Internet of Things (IoT) services platform to the government agencies using the company’s EnOS IoT Operating System.
Commenting on the development, Zhang Lei, Founder and CEO, Envision said, “We are very honoured to be selected to work on this strategic project with GovTech to provide an advanced IoT technology platform to and across various government agencies to support Singapore’s public sector digitalisation. It represents yet another clear recognition of the capabilities of our EnOS operating system to help drive the adoption of IoT in the public sector’s digital transformation. We also look forward to further supporting Singapore’s Smart Nation initiatives.”
To speed up development
After implementation, EnOS IoT Operating System will offer a robust, open and secure platform to speed up development of next-gen IoT-based services by the government agencies in their goals of digitalisation. The system will enable the agencies to break their IoT data storage by ingesting internet of things data, in unprocessed form, into a data repository. This potential government IoT data repository will enable the agencies to perform data analytics, optimisation and forecasting, and for developing dashboards through powerful capabilities of EnOS including its integrated machine learning (ML) framework.
The EnOS solution of Envision Digital was selected by GovTech through a process of public tendering. Within the coming few months, Envision Digital will closely work with GovTech for installing and operating the DECADA system. It also works to develop the smart digital applications of government agencies on the DECADA platform.