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Lixiviant for High Efficiency Extraction of Palladium (Pd) from Electronic Waste
The exponential growth of electronic waste (E-waste) generation is proliferating due to the ever-increasing demand for electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) driven by industrial revolution and development. The COVID-19 crisis has further accelerated the shift towards digital transformation, contributing to an upsurge in E-waste generation. To-date, the industrial practices of extracting palladium (Pd) from electronic waste and mining ores rely on hydrometallurgy techniques using highly corrosive acids, typically aqua regia at elevated temperature. The process poses severe hazards to workers and lead to environmental pollution. Aqua regia’s capability to dissolve many various metals results in low selectivity for Pd. Despite ongoing efforts to develop alternative methods, these methods often prove impractical for industrial adoption. The technology provider has developed a proprietary lixiviant capable of extracting palladium up to 4,000 ppm at saturation with high extraction efficiency and selectivity within 12 hours. This lixiviant is facile, cost-effective, and significantly less corrosive and hazardous compared to current industrial practices. Substituting fuming aqua regia with this lixiviant could enhance the protection of workers and environmental safety. Importantly, the proposed technology is highly compatible with existing hydrometallurgy processes, eliminating the need for companies to change their current infrastructure. An E-waste industry partner has successfully conducted a pilot-scale (5-Litre scale) evaluation, validating the effectiveness and applicability of the lixiviant on their Pd-coated samples. The technology provider is actively seeking industry partners interested in test-bedding and licensing of this technology. Low cyanide concentration (< 50 ppm) stabilized in alkaline solution Optimal operating temperature of 90°C High selectivity (> 86%) and high extraction rate (> 86%) of palladium Cost-effective at ≤ USD 2.12/L extracting up to 4,000 ppm palladium at saturation within 12 hours Easy adoption and high compatibility with existing industrial hydrometallurgy systems Improve workplace safety and health which better protects workers and the environment Electronic wastes, such as Pd-coated connectors, Pd-coated wire bonding, etc. Pd-coated industrial wastes Recovered palladium can be further refined for resale and reuse In recent years, many countries have mandated environmental responsibilities to electronic manufacturers to establish producer recycling programs and ban E-waste disposal into landfills. E-waste contains precious metals, such as palladium, gold and silver that are highly sought-after by E-waste recycling companies due to their scarcity, high value and demand, and are actively traded as commodities over the last decades. The extraction of precious metals from E-waste is not only commercially attractive but also aligns with Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental, Social, and Governance goals for resource recovery and environmental protection. The global E-waste market size was valued at USD 52.6 billion in 2022 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.1% from 2022 to 2032, to reach USD 160.2 billion (, 2023). The proposed technology features a proprietary lixiviant capable of extracting palladium up to 4,000 ppm at saturation with a high extraction efficiency (≥ 89%) and high purity (≥ 92%). This cost-effective lixiviant is significantly less hazardous as compared to current industrial practices, thus better protecting workplace safety and health. Notably, the technology is compatible with existing hydrometallurgy processes and has been successfully verified at pilot-scale (5-Litre) in collaborating with an industry partner. Hydrometallurgy, palladium recovery, palladium extraction, palladium recycling, precious metal recovery, precious metal extraction, precious metal recycling, electronic waste (E-waste) recycling, electronic waste treatment Chemicals, Catalysts, Waste Management & Recycling, Industrial Waste Management
Remotely Operated Vehicle for Inspection and Maintenance of Underwater Structures
The current oil and gas market situation and the growing demand for clean energy are driving companies to develop offshore infrastructures for oil and gas extraction and wind farms. Maintenance of underwater structures must be carried out by Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), which can operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, the daily costs of such operations are high, and companies are looking for innovative solutions to reduce operation time and save costs. Currently, there are two types of ROVs in use: work-class and inspection ROVs. Work-class ROVs are large and heavy, weighing up to 8 tons, and are capable of performing a variety of tasks. They require vessels and cranes for transportation and deployment and can operate at depths of up to 8000m. They are equipped with specialized tools such as dredgers, robotic arms, LIDARs, and other vision-enhancing electronics. On the other hand, inspection ROVs are small and light, weighing up to 100kg, but have limited capabilities. They can only stream video and perform basic inspections, typically carrying only a camera and sonar. They are usually used at depths of up to 300m. A startup based in Poland has introduced a new class of ROV that combines the lightness of inspection ROVs with the capabilities of work-class ROVs. The ROV’s patented variable buoyancy hull technology gives it capabilities similar to those of a work-class ROV but with a smaller footprint. It can submerge without using vertical thrusters, making it very energy-efficient and reducing its carbon footprint. The unique variable buoyancy hull approach allows for precise control and intuitive operation, even in the presence of external factors such as sea currents. This technology is particularly useful for subsea missions close to the seabed, as the variable geometry hulls do not disturb sand and dust particles, allowing for better situational awareness for the operator. This innovative ROV can change their buoyancy to lift more (up to 1:1 payload-to-weight ratio), enabling it to carry various tools and equipment. The ML/AI-based control system automatically changes the buoyancy of the individual hulls, making it intuitive and easy for pilots to control and flattening the learning curve. The technology owner is seeking partnerships with the maritime, defense and other industries in the Southeast Asia region to testbed and tailor the ROV to meet specific application requirements. Physical Depth Rating [msw, meter sea water]: 300 Dimensions (LxWxH) [mm]: 1600x990x630 Weight in air [kg]: 200 including battery pack Dynamic payload [kg]: 100 Total payload [kg]: 200 Maneuverability and propulsion 4 horizontal brushless DC thrusters (different options available) 2 variable-buoyancy hulls No vertical thrusters Forward thrust [kgf]: 28 Lateral thrust [kgf]: 28 Maximum lift [kgf]: 100 Speed [kts]: >4 Video and lighting 6 independent cameras Video resolution: 4k on each camera Video transmission: h.265 12 LED Lights (2 per camera) Quick & easy camera mounting Included 3rd person POV camera arm for intuitive operation Pan and tilt platform (optional) ROV power Battery pack capacity [kWh]: 5.55 Operating time on one charge (typical inspection work) [hours]: 6 Time to swap battery pack [minutes]: 5 Battery pack charging time 0-100% [hours]: 3 Disposal of UXO (unexploded ordnance), both for defense and civilian industry, especially at offshore windfarm build sites. Inspection of subsea wind farms. Cost-effective and eco-friendly solution for tasks such as seabed mapping, undersea structure inspection, and ocean health monitoring. Cleaning and maintaining ships without dry dock, which leads to millions of dollars in savings. Advanced capabilities in inspection and infrastructure monitoring, particularly in coastal zones, harbors, and seaports. Inspection and maintenance of oil and gas infrastructure at depths of up to 300m. Inspection of ports and dams. Support operation in low-depth underwater mining. Inspection of wrecks. In 2020, worldwide ROV and AUV market was valued at about 2.9 billion dollars, and in 2021, it was over 3.6 billion dollars and rising. The war in Ukraine and the unstable situation with Russia’s oil and gas markets forced other countries to speed up offshore investments in green energy and oil and gas. The ROV’s usability is divided into inspection drones about 54%, work class about 34%, and the rest is for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles. This numbers shows that the drones can address more than 80% of the market and is a game-changing technology. Enhanced inspection class: Utilisation of sensors and tools previously available only to the bigger ROVs. Replacing divers: No human life at risk. Unlimited working hours. Rapid deployment: Ready to operate in 5 minutes 24/7 uninterrupted operations. Exceptional payload capabilities in compact form Variable buoyancy technology for precise control Modular design for easy integration of various sensing technologies Capable of anchoring on the sea-bottom for long-term monitoring Electric powered with a low carbon footprint. Environment, Clean Air & Water, Sensor, Network, Monitoring & Quality Control Systems
Cost-Effective Protective Coating Enhancing Durability of Electrode Catalyst
Electrolysis has diverse applications across various sectors, such as household and industrial electrolyzed water treatment, soda electrolysis, electrolytic plating, electrodeposition, and hydrogen generation. In electrolysis using insoluble electrodes, the electrocatalyst acting as the reaction field for the electrode reaction undergoes gradual abrasion. Given the high cost of precious metals (i.e., platinum group compounds) used as catalysts, protecting the catalyst and reducing the wear rate are crucial for extending the lifetime of electrodes and reducing the maintenance cost. Current technologies include multilayer electrodes that have a surface layer of noble metal oxide on the electrocatalyst to reduce catalyst wear. However, this method proves more expensive than ordinary insoluble electrodes. Additionally, the surface layer cannot be recoated. To address the challenge, the technology owner has developed a proprietary protective coating that effectively protects the catalyst on the surface of existing insoluble electrodes. This solution enables effective electrode protection through an inexpensive coating, reducing catalyst consumption and electrode replacement frequency. The coating can be reused by recoating the electrode, also contributing to the perspective of “Circular Economy”. The technology owner is seeking R&D collaboration with industrial partners such as electrode manufacturers, coating manufacturers, and companies utilising insoluble electrodes in electrolysis, especially electrolytic plating and metal recovery.  This unique coating, made of special silicone and conductive particles, can be applied to the catalyst surface and cured to reduce catalyst wear. Key features of this technology include: Improved electrode durability: double the replacement interval Excellent chemical resistance: capability to withstand harsh liquids such as strong acids and strong alkalis Optimal performance: good heat resistance, conductivity, and adhesion to the base material Efficient development: shorter development time and lower implementation cost compared to alternative methods such as electrolytic control and diamond coating Cost-effective solution: reduce maintenance cost and utilisation loss in the upstream process of electrolysis Circular economy contribution: reusable by recoating the electrode This technology can be used in handling harsh liquids such as strong acids and strong alkalis, addressing the challenge of electrode durability. It is mainly intended for the recovery of metals through electrolysis, especially targeting aqueous solutions containing metal ions. This is particularly useful for processes such as electrolytic plating and etching effluents in semiconductor manufacturing. In the future, the technology owner is also exploring the potential applications of this technology in water electrolysis electrodes and the use of conductive coatings beyond electrodes. Double the lifetime of the electrode using an inexpensive coating Can be reused by recoating the electrode Reduce the replacement frequency and maintenance cost Adaptable to existing coating (painting) facilities without modification Coatings, Electrode Catalyst, Electrolysis, Metal Recovery, electrolytic plating, recoating, reused Chemicals, Coatings & Paints, Manufacturing, Chemical Processes, Sustainability, Circular Economy
DNA Test Kit for On-site Diagnostics of Tropical Crop Diseases
Fast crop disease management is important to ensure sustainable production. Many tropical crops suffer from infectious diseases that spread and kill plantations. Previously, new land had to be allocated to replant crops in disease-free areas. This is now more challenging because land conversion implies deforestation. Thus, one way to improve the metrics of both production and sustainability is by testing for infection before moving the non-infectious material (i.e. in nurseries). However, as PCR testing in tropical countries is more challenging due to logistics and other factors, testing on-site would be a preferred option. This technology is a unique, portable, self-administered DNA detection kit to be used directly on-site to test for the DNA of the pathogen (virus, fungus etc.). Developed in Switzerland, the technology has already shown one use case for cocoa testing in West Africa and is shipped in the country without a cold chain. The average development time needed to create a custom DNA test kit to fit a specific crop disease is 4 weeks.  The developed kit will encompass sample preparation, isothermal amplification, and detection with a small device capturing data, timestamp and GPS location. Simple to use, with no technical equipment or methods: no spin-columns, no centrifuges, no thermo-cycler, no gel electrophoresis. A non-technician can pick up the skillset in a day. Average hands-on time with the DNA test kit is 5 minutes and results can be obtained within 1 hour. After sample preparation, the device has been shown to be robust enough to tolerate agitation (e.g. moving car in a jungle), minimising waiting time on-site. The technology can be applied in Integrated Pest Management Breeding  - identifying DNA markers for beneficial traits of novel varieties Commodity Trading  - predicting crop harvest quantities, for companies working with tropical crops like cocoa, coffee, tea, rice, banana or cassava. Test data aggregation/intelligence services can also be developed to support efforts in development of novel breeds/varieties, deployment of novel agro-forestry protocols, production of pathogen-free planting material, longer term yield forecast from identification of asymptomatic infected farms and sale of precision chemicals (biostimulants, fertilizers, pesticides) based on test result evidence. The DNA testing technology, in theory, applies also to animal diseases (i.e. aquaculture). This market area has not been developed by the company but can be explored on a preliminary basis.    Paradigm shift in the food industry, with customers expecting to see displays of sustainability, welfare, quality and ethics – to help inform and validate their food choices Global movement to hold food companies accountable for their supply chains has uniquely positioned testing, inspection and certification as a core solution that can be achieved with this technology. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), plant diseases cost the global economy around $220 billion each year. There is a significant upside potential to expand the technology capabilities to other identified growth markets Test done on-site in tropical areas (temperature, humidity) without strict cold chain which traditional methods like PCR require, allowing for first mile testing. Early detection of infections in asymptomatic crops reduces the disease impact on production yield and sustainability metrics (less deforestation) Life Sciences, Agriculture & Aquaculture
Vanadium Redox Flow Battery for Enhanced Energy Storage Solution
Today, the cost of energy generated by renewable sources is less than conventional energy. However, current energy storage solutions (e.g. Lithium-ion battery etc.) used to harness energy from renewables are expensive, unsafe and unreliable which has severely impeded the adoption and development of such renewable sources. Hence, there is a need for a cost efficient, safe, environmentally friendly and reliable energy storage system (ESS) to address these existing issues. This technology offer is a vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) as a promising ESS. Unlike lithium-ion and lead acid batteries, VRFB has the flexibility to design and customise its power and energy density independently. This results in enhanced performance in terms of round-trip efficiency, energy density and thermal window as well as lowered levelised cost of storage when benchmarket against lithium-ion battery based ESS for long discharge duration. The VRFB also uses a unique stack design and an organic additive mixture on the electrolyte that improves the thermal stability and allows for 25% increase in energy efficiency when compared to other VRFB solutions.It also reduces safety risks related to over-charging, discharging and thermal runaways. This VRFB ESS is stable for up to 25 years with no electrolyte degradation and is made with environemtally friendly materials. The technology owner is seeking partner and collaborators especially those in renewable energy, large scale utility and microgrid projects to test bed their technology. This technology offer is a vanadium redox flow battery as an energy storage system. The features and specifications of the technology are as follows: Long lifetime: Performance guarantee on the daily energy output for 25 years with no degradation issues. Enhanced temperature operation: Innovative stack design allows up to 10% higher round trip efficiency which further helps in cost reduction and organic chemical additive allows higher operating temperature (-10°C to 55°C). Fire-safe and reliable technology: No leakage, smoke or fire occurring under several realistic scenarios. The system is equipped with advanced sensors to prevent any possible leakage of electrolyte. Recyclability and sustainability: Components of the VRFB are environmentally friendly and 100% recyclable. Energy density and low maintenance: Highest density in its segment and hassle-free maintenance. In-house system monitoring platform (BMS/EMS): Custom-built real-time monitoring platform for batteries’ performance monitoring. Enhanced digital platform for predictive analytics and supply demand management monitoring. The use of this technology is for industries that are interested in renewables and energy storage systems. The potential applications includes (but are not limited to): Renewables: VFRB as a cost efficient, reliable and environmentally friendly ESS to store energy from renewables. Microgrid: Complete replacement of diesel genset through the low-cost VRFB ESS coupled with solar. Economical and more reliable for applications that require back up power for more than 3 hours. Green charging station: Using VRFB as a reliable battery solution to mititgate the stress on the power grid by EV-charging stations. Powering building, telecom tower and data center: VRFB are designed for long hour back-ups with renewables. Grid stabilisation and renewable peak shifting: Peak-load demand, frequency regulation and solving intermittency problem with renewable integration by using VRFB ESS. Can be left completely discharged for long periods with no negative effects or degradation. Easy to scale as power stack and electrolyte (energy) can be decoupled. Long lifespan with no performance degradation (25 years) Intrinsically non-flammable Energy Storage, Renewable, BESS, ESS, Vanadium, Solar Energy, Battery & SuperCapacitor, Sensor, Network, Power Conversion, Power Quality & Energy Management, Solar, Fuel Cells, Sustainability, Low Carbon Economy
Generative AI Technology for Business Process Automation and Customer Engagement Improvement
Enterprises are constantly looking for ways to improve operational efficiency and reduce costs. Traditional automation has limitations, especially when it comes to tasks requiring creativity or complex decision-making. Generative AI has emerged as a transformative technology that addresses a variety of pain-points faced by enterprises across industries. This technology solution offers a seamless integration of large language models (LLMs) and Generative AI fuctions with existing infrastructure, enhancing AI's impact by automating the flow of information and standardizing AI usage within your enterprise. This empowers customer support and operations teams to provide quick and accurate responses, significantly improving service delivery and operational efficiency.     This Generative AI technology solution is powered by a combination of technologies and methodologies to ensure a high level of customer engagement, personalization, and efficiency. Here's a breakdown of the key technology components and how they work together: 1. Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Understanding (NLU) Functionality: These AI components are the core of the chatbot's ability to understand human language. NLP breaks down and interprets the user's input (text or voice), while NLU comprehends the intent behind the input. How It Works: When a customer sends a message, NLP and NLU analyze the text to grasp the query's context and intent. This understanding allows the chatbot to generate an appropriate response. 2. Machine Learning (ML) Functionality: ML algorithms enable the chatbot to learn from interactions and improve responses over time. It analyzes patterns in data to predict and enhance future conversations. How It Works: Through continuous training on customer interactions, the chatbot becomes better at predicting user needs and personalizing responses, thereby improving engagement and satisfaction. 3. Integration APIs Functionality: APIs allow the chatbot to interact with external systems and databases, enabling it to retrieve and update information in real-time. How It Works: When a customer asks a question requiring specific data (e.g., account balance), the chatbot uses APIs to fetch the relevant information from the backend systems and deliver it to the user. 4. Sentiment Analysis Functionality: Sentiment analysis technology assesses the emotional tone behind a user's message, helping the chatbot to tailor its responses more empathetically. How It Works: By analyzing the sentiment of the user's text, the chatbot can adjust its tone and responses to better align with the user's emotional state, enhancing the engagement quality.         The technology can be applied across various domains such as customer service, HR recruitment, and internal operations efficiency. Its applications include: enhancing customer interaction through WhatsApp and omnichannel chatbots, supporting staff with AI-driven tools for operational efficiency, tailoring GPT models for industry-specific needs and customized requirements, automating email categorization, deriving insights from data analytics and customer feedback. These applications aim to streamline processes, personalize customer engagement, and optimize decision-making through data-driven insights. The unique value proposition lies in its comprehensive suite of AI-driven solutions designed to automate and enhance both customer engagement and internal operations. Their offerings range from WhatsApp messaging for improved customer interaction to omnichannel AI chatbots, specialized AI for HR and staff support, to industry-specific GPT models. They focus on personalizing customer experiences, streamlining recruitment processes, and delivering actionable insights through data analytics, positioning themselves as a versatile AI partner for businesses looking to leverage advanced technologies for operational efficiency and customer satisfaction. Infocomm, Artificial Intelligence
Effective and Versatile Deodorant Solution for Odor Removal
Issues associated with odor generation present significant challenges in various aspects of daily life, encompassing unpleasant smells from various sources such as toilets, kitchens, pets, tobacco, hospitals, and transportation. These unwanted odors have a detrimental impact on individual well-being, social interactions, and overall environmental quality. Deodorants play a crucial role in addressing these challenges, fostering a more comfortable and hygiene environment. However, conventional deodorants primarily rely on masking the unwanted odors with a strong fragrance, resulting in a slow and ineffective deodorization process, particularly against strong smells. The technology owner has developed a proprietary formulation that offers an effective deodorization approach. Unlike common deodorants, the unique deodorant using the proprietary formulation can remove the sources of unpleasant smells through chemical reactions. It demonstrates remarkable efficiency against a broad spectrum of odors, including those from rotting fish and meat, rotting eggs and milk, rotting vegetable waste, ammonia in toilets, sweat, and body odor. This innovative solution has the potential to revolutionise odor control across diverse scenarios. The technology owner is seeking R&D collaboration with industrial partners who are interested in incorporating this deodorant into their products and applications. Compared to conventional deodorants, this deodorant quickly interacts with unpleasant odor molecules and immediately envelops, degrades, and neutralizes the molecule, eliminating the unpleasant odor around it. Key features of this technology are: Universally against the four major malodors (i.e., ammonia, trimethylamine, methyl mercaptan, and hydrogen sulphide) Distinctive technique utilising zinc ions to decompose hydrogen sulfide, the source of putrefaction and fecal odor Effectively decompose human body odor and pet odor by using inorganic salts Reliable and efficient deodorization with a high deodorizing rate This innovative deodorant can be used in many situations since it is universally effective against the major odors in daily life. Potential scenarios include (but are not limited to): Transportation: public transportation or private cars. It effectively neutralises unpleasant odors during long trips, ensuring a comfortable space for passengers. Medical institutions: hospitals and clinics. It eliminates various odors occur in health care facilities, maintaining a comfortable environment for patients and staff. Hotels and accommodation: hotel rooms, shared spaces, and the entire accommodation. It provides a clean and comfortable environment, accommodating different guest preferences. Educational institutions: school and university classrooms, libraries, and common areas. It delivers safe and effective deodorizing effects for diverse population, including youth. Event Venue: indoor and outdoor events, concerts, and sporting occasions. It is particularly useful for odor control in places where many people gather. Effective deodorization against four major odors Enhance high safety in human health Low price despite its high effectiveness Customisable to meet different specifications Deodorization, Environment, Housing, Public, Odor Materials, Composites, Chemicals, Additives, Sustainability, Sustainable Living
Tactile and Temperature Sensing Electronic Skin for Healthcare and Cosmetic Applications
The human skin is the largest organ of the body, capable of extremely sensitive sensing ability and functional characteristics including elasticity, mechanical resistance and self-healing due to different mechano-receptors and sensory nerves. Electronic skin (e-skin) or synthetic skin, is a thin electronic material that stimulate the characteristics of the skin, making it possible for applications in prosthetics, robotics, wearables devices and percutaneous drug delivery systems. This patented technology is an e-skin with tactile, pain and temperature sensing, capable of differentiating various mechanical forces, sensory heat or moisture concurrently. It is a promising technology for healthcare applications. Currently, majority of the sensors in the market for healthcare are in rigid forms and for small application areas, which make it difficult for portable and wearable applications in large surface areas. This thin film flexible electronic skin can detect applied pressure and temperature on it. The skin’s electrical resistance varies with applied pressure and temperature. By measuring the skin’s electrical resistance, the applied pressure and temperature can be derived. The skin can be made stretchable to be covered on irregular curved surfaces. These features complement the drawbacks of rigid sensors for healthcare applications. The technology owner is looking for collaborators in the medical and robotics sectors and potential opportunities outside of healthcare such as beauty and cosmetics. Skin size, shape, density: customizable Pressure and temperature detection ranges: customizable (up to 5000KPa and 120°C) Single sensor repeatability: less than 10% Thickness: less than 1mm Communication port: via digital IO, UART, USB, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi Data storage: SD card or other storage media Working voltage: DC 3-5V, or customizable The electronic skin can be: Embedded in insole for fall risk warning, fall detection, gait analysis, foot, and leg abnormality detection. Embedded in rehabilitation glove for finger gripping strength assessment. Embedded in surgical glove, robot end-effector and body for tactile sensing and force feedback control. Embedded in bed for bed sore prevention. Covered on artificial limb for pressure, temperature, and collision sensing. Deployed at shower room or bed side for fall detection. Used for teeth alignment and tongue muscle strength measurement. Used for training of doctor to operate surgical robot, under AR, MR, metaverse environment. Wearable electronic devices with skin-like properties will provide various applications for monitoring of human physiological signals such as body pressure, temperature, motion, and disease-related signals.  Low cost.  Customizable and durable electronic skins based on requirements. Compared with rigid sensors, these electronic skins have soft surfaces, can be made in large size, and covered on various flat and curved surfaces.  Possible to develop an interface to connect the e-skin to human neural brain or spinal cord. API under Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS to facilitate development of various applications.  Electronic skin, Tactile sensing, Pressure mapping, Temperature mapping Electronics, Sensors & Instrumentation, Personal Care, Cosmetics & Hair, Healthcare, Medical Devices, Infocomm, Internet of Things
Data Centre Electrical Asset Monitoring Platform
Driving sustainability, efficiency and carbon reduction in data centres is a complex and increasingly challenging requirement. The increased global use of high-definition video streaming, conversational AI modelling technologies and online meeting platforms puts increasing strain on data centres.  To meet these complex challenges, an AI, data-driven solution is required. The proprietary solution proposed herein is a data acquisition and analytics system designed for deployment in data centres.  The solution employs non-intrusive clip-on current transformers which are easily installed at electrical distribution boards, which continuously gather current signatures information at a high sampling rate. This enables AI algorithms to detect subtle changes and patterns in the electrical signature of each connected asset or device. Monitoring electrical assets has traditionally been complex and costly, requiring multiple sensors and expensive systems, and often requires deployment near to the asset or device to be monitored. This has led to widespread under-monitoring, resulting in expensive maintenance and significant energy inefficiencies. The solution extracts a proprietary set of deep energy data from electrical devices such as, uninterrupted power supplies (UPSs), Chillers, power distribution units (PDUs) and air conditioning and can be easily installed on both new and existing infrastructure. It offers real-time monitoring and reporting on important metrics such as real-time power usage effectiveness (PUE) and enables automation of sustainability reporting. This technology offers an industry-changing solution: a non-intrusive cost efficient AI-powered monitoring system that is easy to install. It generates a proprietary data set that fuels machine learning algorithms, enhancing efficiency and reducing total cost of ownership for data centre managers and owners.  The technology owner is seeking opportunities to demonstrate the capabilities in the data centre environment, preferably based in Singapore. Only a current transformer is required for each device, greatly reducing cost and increasing reliability. The proprietary current transformers are easily clipped onto electrical circuitry. The system can be installed into new or retrofitted into data centres and operates from its own independent network. Installation can be done by a locally qualified electrician. Additionally, fully assembled rack mounted solutions with a simple plug in feature available on server racks infrastructure. High-frequency electrical signature collection. The circuit transformer sensors are tethered to electrical circuits. These sensors acquire high-frequency electrical data, and the data is then fed into the intelligent monitoring system. The system has specialised machine learning algorithms specifically designed to provide valuable insight into the unique challenges of the built environment. Multiple data points are analysed based on power quality, asset condition, electrical safety, arcing, and carbon reduction. Proprietary hardware/software platform to make data acquisition and installation as un-intrusive, easy and cost-effective as possible. Web console for easy data visualization and open API for integration with other systems. Growing knowledge base and algorithm library to add value to the unique building environment. Dedicated in-house data solutions team with exceptional data science expertise that can understand and solve the bepsoke challenges of specific buildings and assets. All data is also made available for direct download and local processing via a comprehensive Application Programming Interface (API). Opportunities provided by the system Power Quality Monitoring - voltage, phase balance, power factor. Electrical device condition monitoring for predictive maintenance. Fault prediction and detection for maximising availability. Energy optimisation, cost savings and carbon footprint reduction. Arc detection capabilities for identification of fire hazards. Real-time warning and notifications. The system is ideally suited for the complex and ever increasing demands of data centres. Driving efficiencies in these environments, monitoring asset longevity and procurement, ESG reports and staff efficiencies are critical in this expanding sector The solution gathers an unprecedented level of data, simultaneously monitoring thousands of different data points at any one time. The level of granularity provides a rich level of insight hitherto deployed at scale in most sectors. Typically alternative technologies, such as sensors can be costly, require regular configuration, and are not always part of a scalable solution where things such as condition-based monitoring have to be done on a site-by-site basis as opposed to a learn and deploy model. Net Zero, Condition-Based Monitoring, Carbon Reduction Technology, Digital Transformation, Data Acquisition Platform, Data Analysis Platform, Machine Learning Algorithms, AI technology, Digital Insights, Fault Prediction, Power Factor, ESG Reporting, Energy Optimisation, Power Quality Green Building, Sensor, Network, Building Control & Optimisation