The new entity will focus on reaching out to more healthcare institutions in Asia to sell and distribute their products. It will also look into developing smart medical devices, such as electronic implants, that release vital statistics from the patient's body, he said.
Shipping and logistics technology solutions company CEC Systems, meanwhile, has tied-up with Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s (A*STAR) Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) to work on a collapsible shipping container called the COLLAPSECON.
According to a press release from the Australian High Commission in Singapore, SIMTech will help CEC in research, testing, and simulations to improve the COLLAPSECON.
Under the Landing Pad programme, these start-ups receive support from the Australian Trade and Investment Commission and take up a 90-day stint at one of the programme’s five offices around the world.
Singapore’s Landing Pad manager, Mr Joseph Ziegler, said that both Anatomics and CEC will have offices in Singapore permanently even after their term ends in September.
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