MPA launches Smart Port Challenge

(Centre l-r) Andrew Tan, MPA, and Dr Lam Pin Min, Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Health, with SPC 2017 partners (Centre l-r) Andrew Tan, MPA, and Dr Lam Pin Min, Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Health, with SPC 2017 partners

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has launched its latest Smart Port Challenge (SPC 2017), building upon previous Smart Port Hackathons in 2014 and 2015 with the aim of encouraging collaboration between stakeholder organisations and tech start-ups to drive digital transformation in the maritime industry.

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