THE STRAITS TIMES, FEB 25, 2021 Current satellite technology, such as Global Positioning System (GPS) that can track the location of dementia patients or special
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Innovation Challenge 2021
The GNSS Innovation Challenge is co-organized by Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and Singapore Space & Technology Ltd. (SSTL). The aim of this challenge is to increase awareness of SiReNT technology and utilize it to develop new or integrated systems that tackle specific shortcomings faced by society.
This year’s challenge hits close to home for many as it aims to help the elderly, people with special needs and pets. Many of us can empathize with the stress of losing a pet or not being able to contact a family member who needs extra assistance. Thankfully, technology today holds the solution to such problems, and we invite you to be a part of the process in finding it. Compete and show off your knowledge and creativity towards engineering a better tomorrow.
What is SiReNT?
SiReNT utilises differential GNSS technique to enhance the accuracy of stand-alone GNSS positioning to provide precise and accurate data for your positioning needs.
The technique involves the simultaneous operation of two GNSS receivers, one that is stationary with known coordinates (reference station) and another that’s roving around making position measurements (roving user).
At the reference stations, differential GNSS correction data is calculated and transmitted to the roving user. The autonomous GNSS positioning accuracy of 5 to 10 meters can be greatly improved to mere centimeters in real-time using the differential GNSS technique.
Design a wearable solution using the SiRent differential GNSS service(s) provided by SLA, to enable the tracking, monitoring and care for one or all of the following:
- Persons with Special Needs
- Submitted entries must include a written report not exceeding 30 pages excluding citations.
- For the judges to better assess the concept, participants must submit a video recording not exceeding 15 minutes, presenting and explaining the report.
Participants stand a chance to win the following prizes:
- Grand Award: S$3,000 (Cash)
With potential internship or industrial attachment at SLA
- Creative Award: S$1,000 (In Cash or Prizes)
*Please note that all prizes and prize values are subject to change.
PRESS RELEASE Tertiary students invited to develop wearable monitoring solution using high precision satellite positioning system to benefit the elderly and persons with special needs
Yes, you can! You can register first and form your team later.
It is free to register for the challenge.
You would have to be registered to attend the workshop(s).
After the challenge begins, there will be a briefing workshop where this will be explained to the participants.
Yes, and you must be currently studying/enrolled in an institution that is based in Singapore.
3 to 5 teams will be selected.
A panel of experts will review the reports and presentations before making the decision and announcement.
This information will be available to the participants through their space labs portal.
You may email Adhitya at firstname.lastname@example.org
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Thank you for your interest in joining Singapore Space Challenge 2021.
Registration is now closed but we welcome you to join us in the upcoming activities.