Indian and Singapore Prime Minister Visit

In conjunction with the visit, the High Commission of India in Singapore, in partnership with Enterprise Singapore, The Singapore Business Federation and The Singapore Manufacturing Federation organised a day-long conference, InSpreneur 2.0: India-Singapore Entrepreneurship Bridge to foster partnership in technology, innovation and enterprise. 

It is a great honor for Whizpace that Honorable Prime Ministers of two great nations visited our booth in InSpreneur 2.0.


The Business Times

A TECHNOLOGY solution by Singapore-based startup Whizpace has been certified by Microsoft and inducted into the Microsoft Azure Certified for Internet of Things (IoT) programme, Whizpace said on Friday,

Whizpace was the first Singapore company to join the Microsoft ScaleUp Programme in 2019, which provided access to technology, mentorship and other support to help it explore emerging technologies and tap newer markets. As part of the programme’s outcomes, Whizpace’s products were added to the Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT global database of IoT solutions that have been pre0tested and verified to work with Azure cloud services.

Being certified by the Microsoft programme will significantly reduce time-to-market for customers adopting its solution, as it saves them time in selecting and connecting the right devices and platforms that will work together, Whizpace said.



SINGAPORE: If you see drones flying about when visiting Singapore’s Southern Islands, don’t be alarmed. They are part of a wider trial by authorities to bring “low-cost, reliable and long-range connectivity” to these far-flung areas using an under-utilised radio spectrum known as TV White Space. 

A six-month trial to use TV White Space for data transmission on five Southern Islands - Kias Island, St John’s Island, Pulau Seringat, Pulau Hantu Besar and Kusu Island - started in August.

The spectrum was chosen as it is less affected by external conditions like sea waves, weather conditions and obstacles like ships, according to a joint release by the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). It is also currently under-used here, they explained. 

TV White Space, sometimes known as Super Wi-Fi, is the white static seen when tuning analogue TV channels. 

The agencies will be working with a local start-up Whizpace to explore the use of the spectrum to support sensor and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments on these islands.



SINGAPORE - A trial involving the use of unmanned drones for the remote inspection and maintenance of Singapore's Southern Islands has begun as part of Singapore's smart nation sensor network roll-out.

The six-month trial will test the use of a broadcasting spectrum, called TV white space, to control the unmanned drones and transmit video footage over long distances for real-time analysis.

The three government agencies behind the initiative are the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech) and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).

In a joint statement on Thursday (Aug 29), SLA's assistant chief executive of land operations Thong Wai Lin said her agency has been using unmanned drones and sensors to monitor and manage about 11,000ha of state land. In the Southern Islands, however, intermittent and poor mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity has hampered the use of drones.

The drones are a more efficient alternative to the current practice of having SLA officers physically scour the islands at frequent intervals.

Unlike Wi-Fi and 4G signals, however, TV white space signals are not affected by sea waves, weather conditions and passing ships.

Mr Lim Chinn Hwa, senior director of smart nation platform solutions at GovTech, said: "TV white space can potentially be an affordable and reliable solution to enable technologies such as sensors, IoT (Internet of Things) and robotics to be deployed in areas of Singapore with limited 4G and Wi-Fi coverage."

The trial is part of Singapore's Smart Nation Sensor Platform project, a nationwide network of sensors and Web cameras to collect and analyse various sorts of data from temperature to water levels to improve public service.

The trial will assess if TV white space is suitable for transmitting high-quality videos in real time. It is also an underused band in Singapore and can be exploited to provide low-cost, reliable and long-range wireless connectivity for data transmission, the agencies added.

The three agencies will work with technology start-up Whizpace during the trial on the five Southern Islands of Kias Island, St John's Island, Pulau Seringat, Pulau Hantu Besar and Kusu Island.

Besides enabling island maintenance and inspections, TV white space could also potentially provide Internet network connectivity for island visitors to St John's and Kusu Islands, such as students and devotees, bringing about a more pleasurable experience.

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With everything from health records to parking coupons and cash going digital in Singapore’s Smart Nation push, it may seem as though for every new technological advance, another old system is rendered obsolete…


Singapore park becomes part of ‘super-wifi’ trial

Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay were created six years ago from reclaimed land and are now part of trial for the country’s “super wi-fi” white space programme. 
White space is the name for a wireless network made available when old frequencies for analogue television signals are repurposed to carry data. 
It is hoped free public wi-fi will be rolled out across the island within the next two years.


Super Wi-Fi likely to see success first in Asia

​With an impending spectrum crunch, telcos are expected to increasingly look toward Super Wi-Fi to not only deliver current offerings but also target new services and markets. What’s more, the technology is likely to see most success in Asia with the region’s robust adoption of rich media and smartphone penetration rates.

​Super Wi-Fi, or TV White Spaces (TVWS), refers to unused radio spectrum in TV broadcast bands, typically at 700MHz, which can be used as an alternative wireless platform to deliver commercial services…


Surfing from Sentosa and Googling from Gardens by the Bay may soon get easier thanks to trials of “super Wi-Fi”, a technology which received a timely new boost last night.
Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim announced that licences will not be required for setting up super Wi-Fi links – as some in the industry had feared would be the case.

​Singapore is following the likes of the United States and Britain in pioneering the technology, with Dr Yaacob adding…

Singapore-based startup Whizpace has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from the Javelin Startup-O Victory Fund, a Singapore-managed seed capital fund. The company also previously received investments from Spring Seeds Capital and GreenMeadows Accelerator.

​Launched in 2016 by ex-researchers from A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research (PR), Whizpace develops TV White Space (TVWS) solutions, which provide faster internet connections than conventional Wi-Fi frameworks.

​Essentially, TVWS solutions– a.k.a Super Wi-Fi — uses unused…


When Whizpace co-founder Pankaj Sharma began showing his friends some initial TV White Space deployments across Singapore, his wife spotted that the product failed to carry a label and a brand. The white box had already been deployed at Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa, and China Town, and Sharma and his CEO, Dr. Oh Ser Wah thought that maybe, the time had come to get the ball rolling…


The end of 2016 marked the end of an exceptionally busy year for the DSA, and in my first newsletter since joining the Alliance as President back in November, I find myself reflecting on how busy the first quarter of 2017 has been. We’ve attended events around the world, made good progress toward the Global Summit, which is being held in Cape Town, South Africa (May 9-11 2017) and continued to lobby for efficient and fair spectrum management and access.

Now more than ever, the tech industry…





新加坡科技研究局(Agency for Science, Technology and Research, 简称新科研或A*STAR),隶属于新加坡贸工部下属的自治研究机构。该机构致力于发展本国世界一流的科研机构和人才,负责管理21个生物医药、自然科学和工程等 领域的研究机构、研究协会组织和研究中心。新科研目标是促进新加坡科研和人才的整合,以协助新加坡向知识型经济体转型和迈进。该机构还交叉学科整合理事会、研究生学院、科技拓展私人有限公司,以及企业公共事务服务部门,以达到各个研究所的资源共享…


Singapore-based seed capital fund Javelin Startup-O Victory Fund is a collaboration between a curation platform Startup-O and Javelin Wealth Management. Today, it has revealed the details of two more Singapore startups which will be receiving seed funding under its portfolio.

The startups that have been shortlisted via Startup-O’s platform are, and HackerTrail in addition to and


According to IMDA, 24 channels in the tv broadcasting bands will be made available for tv white space operations in Singapore (~180MHz of spectrum). TV White space benefits include longer distance and stronger penetrative power among many others. Whizpace research has shown that tv white space will help Singapore greatly in building towards a Smart Nation. Singapore is the second country in the world to open to tv white space technology, first in Asia. 

Lexiwave Technology, located in Hong Kong is involved in Singapore tv white space development. CEO Henry Lau recalled in 2015, Whizpace was Lexiwave's client, and they mainly helped in building the tv white space system and parts. Lexiwave's job was to design tv white space chips and wires for its clients. Now, Whizpace's tv white space plan has successfully been integrated in 13 countries including Singapore, Philliphines, China, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, UK, Kenya, US, Columbia and more. 



Best Innovation Award 2018

Since 2008, the award has been empowering startups and young enterprises with both recognition and resources to take flight and achieve stellar growth. Whizpace was presented with the prestigious Best Innovation Award bestowed by OCBC Bank and Business Times during Emerging Enterprise Award 2018. 


Singapore Business Review 20 Hottest Startups (2018)

The Singapore Business Review is the highest circulating and the best read business magazine in Singapore. Their annual online readership has 2.1 million unique hits, according to Google Analytics.

Top 50 Startups In India 2018

Whizpace was selected as top 50 startups selected from 15,000 companies globally, organised by IIM Calcutta, DST (Govt of India) and covered by NDTV at Kolkata & New Delhi.


IEEE N3XT® Stars selection occurs in collaboration with industry partners at large-scale technology startup competition events. The IEEE Next Star award given to deep tech companies in acknowledgment of their progress and potential in bridging engineering-driven innovations to market in areas of technology that overlap with the IEEE mission and fields of interest.

APAC CIO Outlook, 50 Most Promising Enterprise Startups 2017

PAC CIOoutlook is a print magazine that aims to provide a platform for CIOs, CTOs and other senior level IT buyers and decision makers along with CXOs solution providers to share their experiences, wisdom and advice with enterprise IT community of APAC countries.

The ASEAN Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award

The ASEAN Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award is created to confer recognition to outstanding engineers achievements within ASEAN countries. The awards are given to organizations or individuals responsible for outstanding engineering projects with significant contributions to the engineering progress and the quality of life in the ASEAN region.

National Power Industry Award

The National Competition on Power Industry is a competition for startups to pitch their solutions that are related to the power industry in front of industry experts, academia and investors. The best startups are selected based on open voting system to ensure fairness. The winners have the opportunities to receive funding from local government as well as potential investors.

inSpreneur (India - Singapore Entrepreneurship Bridge 2018), Top 3 Business Plan in New Tech

India Singapore / ASEAN Entrepreneurship Bridge 2018 is the inaugural edition of the conclave aimed to strengthen Singapore-India economic relations by fostering entrepreneurial engagement. The conclave is being organized by the High Commission of India in Singapore to promote India-Singapore collaboration, connecting entrepreneurs with investors, corporates and innovators.

IES Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award

The IES Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award is to recognise outstanding achievements of engineers. The awards are given to organisations or individuals responsible for outstanding engineering projects in Singapore. The basis of the awards is engineering achievements that demonstrate outstanding engineering skills which have made significant contributions to the engineering progress and improved quality of life.

The Silicon Review, 50 Best Companies to Work for in 2018

Smart Fifty team Whizpace Pte Ltd has been selected as one the 50 Best Companies to work for in 2018 by The Silicon Review. Whizpace uses TVWS (TV White Spaces) Technology to develop communication solutions to connect more people and things in more places.

Appleseed Award for Best Pitch

The Appleseed Award for Best Pitch is for entrepreneurs to validate their ideas, have the opportunity to network with potential investors and industry experts on the Demo Day. There were six teams who participated in the Demo Day, each with a unique and interesting idea. Whizpace won the best pitch award on 17th November 2016.

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