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AITI and Brunei Delegates to Visit Singapore ICT Companies
18/06/2013
17th June 2013 - For the past few years, The Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) has organised site visits for Brunei Darussalam delegates to Singapore ICT companies while in CommunicAsia, Asia’s largest Infocomm & Media Business conference and exhibition.  This year, the delegates were again brought to promising Singapore ICT companies which developed products and services around latest trend such as augmented reality
 
The first company that the delegates visited was D.Ink.  The company was initially incorporated in 2008 for digital branding services. But over the years, they have refined their services to become a brand marketing company.   Over the years, D.Ink added augmented reality technology solutions into their list of services.  Augmented Reality is a new technology that has become a popular feature that is incorporated into many mobile applications.  In 2010, D.Ink was the first in Singapore to provision PRO-Augmented Reality solutions by partnering Total Immersion – a global leader of augmented reality.  Through the use of this new technology, D.Ink was able to serve their clients seeking strategies to integrate new and emerging technologies in meeting their brand marketing objectives.
 
The second company that our Brunei delegates visited was 2359Media.  This company is a mobile consultancy firm that provides mobile application development and mobile marketing services. Smart phones are getting very popular and many companies are already creating many mobile applications. This company shared with the delegates the knowhow in creating an inspiring mobile application in order to provide rich mobile solution with a proven engagement rate and targeted personalised outreach.
 
These site visits were organised to enable Brunei delegates to get more exposure on the new technologies that were deployed by the Singapore companies. AITI hopes that with the exchange of business contacts, new collaborations may be created in the near future.