At ST Engineering, we bring innovation and technology together to create real-world solutions for our customers. Our proven engineering expertise keeps the world's commercial aircraft flying safely, equips fighting forces to win on the battlefield and prepares cities for a smarter and more sustainable future. A global technology, defence, engineering group, we know what it takes to solve real-world problems and help you achieve a competitive edge.
Imagine autonomous vehicles (AVs) that know how to read between the lines for cues as well as clues, resulting in high quality decision-making when plying the roads. The AVs are able to respond in a natural, human-like way in their interactions with other drivers and pedestrians. This has come true now that we have developed a new form of fleet learning that revolutionalises the AV’s decision-making capability – it can simulate the nuances of human behavior. With its human-like presence, people are likely to be more receptive and comfortable with interacting with the AV. This acceptance would be helpful to integrating AVs into public transport systems in the future.
As cyber threats continue to evolve in sophistication and grow in frequency, there is an increased urgency for next-generation cybersecurity tools and protective measures to stay ahead of these threats.
Together with our partner Janus Technologies, we launched BIOS-SHIELD, Asia’s first firmware security solution with a cloud-based management portal that provides enterprises with a highly secure endpoint management and control.
COVID-19 has made people view air travel conditions very differently. What one used to put up with as a matter of course - crowds, communal touchpoints and shared spaces - is now scrutinised as a matter of concern.
To help airline operators and travellers fly with peace of mind, we have leveraged our industry experience in cabin interiors, maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) and product development to innovate a suite of solutions that effectively meet air travel’s needs today for hygiene and safety.
Here are some facts and figures to digest: The world population stands at 7.8 billion people in 2020, and it is projected to reach 9.9 billion by 2050. That’s a whopping 25% increase. Imagine the massive amount of resources required to sustain the population, which would also mean a corresponding increase in waste being produced.
The need to adopt a circular economy approach is critical. This concept, which seeks to reduce waste, recover resources and channel them back into production, can lead the way to a more sustainable future. A key aspect of a circular economy is effective waste management.
Safeguarding the health and safety of our employees, customers, suppliers and stakeholders continue to be our priority.
As technology continues to play a key role in helping to detect, manage and contain potential pandemic outbreaks, we are leveraging our expertise and innovations to support customers and partners through difficult times. Discover how we are supporting local ecosystems with proven technologies, systems and new solutions, such as robotics and autonomous systems, monitoring solutions and surgical masks.