7 finalists to pitch during
the Demo Day for Singapore
Mobility Challenge on December 17

Published on 9 November 2020

Singapore Mobility Challenge, jointly organised by the Land Transport Authority of Singapore (LTA), SBS Transit, SMRT and co-organised by Enterprise Singapore, aims to address the Land Transport Master Plan 2040 goals by seeking innovative solutions that can enhance our public transport system. 


For its second cycle, the initiative received 112 submissions from companies, both local and global, responding to the 9 challenge statements under three themes: Better, More Inclusive Everyday Experience for Commuters, More Efficient, Sustainable Operations and Safer Environment for Pedestrians.


As part of the incubation experience offered by the programme, the 7 finalists are currently collaborating with expert mentors from LTA, SBST and SMRT to conduct Proof-of-Concept projects. They will be presenting the project results during Demo Day on December 17 to compete for a prize pool of SG$30,000. The winners also stand to receive StartupSG grants and SGTech memberships.  


The seven finalists are: 

Arcstone provides an electronic maintenance system (EMS) that digitalises the end-to-end maintenance process, from setting different scheduling profiles and intervals, scheduling maintenance jobs with attached checklists for different assets.

Autofleet's platform enables fleets to leverage their existing assets to optimally serve any mobility demand, by optimizing existing fleet operations and launching new mobility business models from existing vehicles. The platform uses modules to demand prediction, optimized placement, automated servicing, optimized dispatching and ride-pooling to reduce downtime, maximize efficiency, and increase fleet utilization.

Axon Vibe’s location-based Smart Mobility Platform connects mobility and lifestyle ecosystems to generate ancillary revenue with truly contextual marketing campaigns, delivers proactive travel assistance in real-time and gathers door-to-door travel behaviour insights to optimise Smart City infrastructure.

Fluid AI is developing an AI solution that collects and analyzes key data from the train and personnel records to support the optimized deployment of the customer service officers. Fluid AI's engine will have an in-depth understanding of the data as well as simulate millions of scenarios and make predictions on data.

Groundup.AI is developing an AI solution that harnesses its computer vision engine to accurately extract key insights such as pedestrian profiles and road conditions from traffic camera video feeds. The extracted data is translated into an easy-to-read format and display comprehensive dashboards to visually represent jaywalking risk factors.

H3 Zoom.AI provides drone-based AI analytics services and will be developing a solution to improve the cable bracket inspection process by saving time and manpower and making the process safer. Their proprietary AI software and specialised drones will be able to support indoor inspection and navigate tight spaces

TicTAP creates a two-way communication channel between the assets and employees. Their solution offers a standard tool for traceability and a channel to access other related services of that specific asset in an easy, fast, transversal and scalable way.

The finalists will be pitching their solutions to a panel of judges comprising of leaders from the government, public transport sector and technology sector. If the PoC projects are proven to be successful, the organisers will continue working with the finalists to see how the solutions can be further implemented. 


The Singapore Mobility Challenge is powered by Padang & Co, with sponsorships from AWS Activate and SGTech and supported by outreach partners from across the globe.