26 May 2023
In recognition of its digital transformation efforts, AETOS was awarded the Singapore Business Review (SBR) Technology Excellence Awards and National Business Awards, under the Smart City - Safety & Security and Security Services categories, respectively.
The SBR Technology Excellence Awards recognises exceptional companies in Singapore that have pioneered groundbreaking IT products and solutions and impactful technology initiatives, whilst the SBR National Business Awards honours local and homegrown companies in Singapore that have greatly contributed to the city-state’s fast-growing economy.
As a leading unified security and safety solutions provider, AETOS has taken concrete steps to champion industry transformation by actively leveraging innovative technologies as a force multiplier to unlock value for its stakeholders. Amongst these is the launch of its 5G Integrated Command Centre (ICC). Implementing Singapore’s largest 3D digital twin, the ICC is the first of its kind in the nation that delivers enhanced security, safety, facilities management, and sustainability outcomes for clients – by aggregating data from multiple subsystems into a single agnostic platform.
“These awards reaffirm our commitment to harness technology as an enabler of value creation not just for our clients, but our employees as well. Being an agile first-mover in championing change, it is important that we empower our workforce and uplift them together with the industry by equipping them with integrated skillsets that supercharge their personal and professional development,” said Mr. Alfred Fox, CEO of AETOS Holdings.
19 January 2023
Singapore, 19 January 2023 – AETOS conducted a table-top exercise (TTX) and ground deployment exercise (GDX) with established institutes of higher learning, Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) and Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), to help validate and enhance their operational readiness in times of adversities and emergencies.
Tailored according to SIM and SUSS’s desired business continuity outcomes, these exercises aimed to identify and mitigate risks in both institutions’ contingency plans when dealing with security incidents, such as an adversarial breach and attack within the compound.
“Having robust response strategies and protocols are critical to protecting people and organisations from the catastrophic impact of unexpected events and hostile actors. We are pleased to partner forward-thinking organisations like SIM and SUSS, who are proactive in testing out their multi-agency response, and strengthening their overall emergency preparedness against such attacks,” said Mr Vincent Soh, Vice President of Integrated Training.