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The rise of the digital factory

Smart manufacturing employing big data analytics and IoT has helped Intel to address its current and future manufacturing needs while producing a clear return on its investment. The monitoring, analytics and modelling solutions allowed Intel to improve equipment component uptime, minimise yield losses, facilitate predictive maintenance and reduce component failures.


Advanced data analytics ensures authenticity and premium marketability of Malaysian agricultural products

A new data-driven tracking system will ensure that durian lovers around the world buy authentic frozen durian from Malaysia. With the Mi-Trace Traceability System, jointly developed by the Department of Agriculture, MIMOS, Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) and the Malaysian Durian Exporters Association, consumers can use their smart phones to scan the QR code on the fruit packaging and know its origin, expiry date, production date, exporting and importing companies. 


Singapore libraries use Big Data Analytics for its users and employees

The Singapore National Library uses big data technologies to make its vast collection of book and other resources more easily accessible to library users and employees. Some of the projects include superior search, demand analysis and optimizing technology used to plan each library’s category mix, maximizing the number of loans given space and budget constraints.