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Singapore's first fully customised submarine, electronic warfare capabilities – the efforts of defence engineers and scientists were honoured at this year's Defence Technology Prize ceremony.
This technological achievement sets a new benchmark in the medical field, enabling the stockpile and transportation of platelets for both military and civil emergency use.
The algorithms developed by this DSO team allow a swarm of drones to make its own decisions in a mission. Find out more in the second of our "DSO 50 Tech" series, which dives into the cutting-edge technology that DSO provides the SAF, and marks DSO's 50th anniversary this year.
Meet the engineers who lead the teams behind the Foxhound and Harrier unmanned vehicles, in the first of our "DSO 50 Tech" series. This series dives into some of the cutting-edge technology that DSO provides the SAF, and marks DSO's 50th anniversary this year.
This defence engineer is probably the most serious drone enthusiast in Singapore.
When COVID-19 broke out in Singapore's migrant worker dormitories last year, the Defence Technology Community was tasked to help contain the outbreak.
As the Temasek Defence Systems Institute (TDSI) celebrates its 20th anniversary, here's a look at how it has contributed to the defence sector.
The upcoming Maritime Security Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) will provide the Navy with a persistent presence at sea using less manpower.
DSO National Laboratories (DSO) will upgrade its facilities to the highest biosafety level – Biosafety Level (BSL) 4 – to handle more severe forms of viruses.
Among the winners of this year's Defence Technology Prize is the Biological Defence Programme Team from DSO National Laboratories which developed a faster COVID-19 testing kit and therapeutic antibodies to aid in the recovery of patients.
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