Lifestyle website Little Green Dot offers regular emails designed to get participants energized and healthy.
Singapore’s PIRATE3D has used 3D printed models as a memory aid for blind people, enabling them to feel moments from their past.
PandaBed is a peer-to-peer lodging service that enables homeowners to connect with guests that share their cultural or religious ideas.
Singapore-based Packnada enables passengers to travel with only a passport, through a wardrobe storage service that delivers to their hotel every time they land.
Singapore’s Edit Suits Co. is offering a service that will measure up tailored suits and shirts wherever the customer is.
nanu is an Android app designed to deliver clear voice calls when only 2G data is available.
Singapore’s Digify is taking cues from Mission Impossible by offering a file sharing service that deletes documents after custom time periods.
Mobile operator StarHub’s #4Good campaign enables customers to gift excess data from their monthly tariffs to projects using technology for positive causes.
Urban Engines uses algorithms to help cities determine key congestion choke points and times, and can then reward commuters for avoiding them.
Guardian Angel is a necklace featuring a secret button that triggers a fake call to wearers’ cell phones, giving them an excuse to remove themselves from a threatening situation.
Singapore-based Haystakt is offering a twist on the crowdfunded model, dropping the price of artisanal products for every purchase made after the funding target has been reached.
Enabling on-the-fly electronic inventions, Circuit Stickers is a set of adhesive components and connectors that can be attached to almost any surface.
Mobile Movies is screening both entertaining and educational films to enrich and inform the lives of those living in remote areas.
The Singapore-based MySmartEye app crowdsources identification of images taken by other smartphone users with visual impairments.
From Singapore, the Huggler is a robot in the guise of a cuddly toy that entertains elderly people, as well as diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease.
The Pee Analyser uses urinal cakes that detect alcohol levels in urine to let valets know which clubbers shouldn’t get in their car.
The Smell a Memory fragrance kits aim use personalized smells to act as memory prompts for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers.
Singapore-based UserScout connects willing participants with market research projects in one place.
Jack Ng is the man behind Sky Greens, a low-energy vertical urban farm project.
Boxyroom hopes to help future tenants moving to a new country find landlords and vice versa.
Singapore-based Silverline hopes to increase the number of elderly smartphone users with a range of apps that make the devices easier to use.
Pamela Yeo, the founder of Saught – a startup that makes jewellery using the metal from deactivated landmines – shares her entrepreneurial insights.