AISCL was invited to pariticipate in the Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) Smart Airport – Technovation Conference and Exhibition held on 28-29 November 2018 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The theme of the event this year was "Internet of Things". The Center of Cyber Logistics of AISCL showcased the IoT Augmented Airfield Service System (AS2). Mr. Nicholas Yang, GBS, JP, Secretary for Innovation and Technology, and Professor Raymond So, BBS, JP, Under Secretary for Transport and Housing visited the AISCL booth and listened to the introduction on the AS2.
AS2 is a contract research project with the Airport Authority Hong Kong. It proposes the development of an airfield service system to actively deliver a view of the overall real-time apron operation status to relevant stakeholders such as ramp handling operators, airlines and airfield services.
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The Smart City Datathon 2018, organized by the Asian Institute of Supply Chains & Logistics (AISCL), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, was successfully held on 12th to 14th October 2018 at Cyberport, Hong Kong. The Datathon is designed to inspire innovation in the development of creative applications, business models and smart city concepts through Big Data Analytics. It attracted over 70 teams of university full-time students registered. 20 teams were chosen as finalists. The total 59 students were coming from 24 universities located in Mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia and Hong Kong. After 35 hours hardworking, each team used 10 minutes to present their works to a panel of six judges.
We wholeheartedly thank the sponsorship from the VariFlight, Cyberport Management Co. Ltd., Amazon Web Services, Airport Authority Hong Kong, HGC Global Communications, GrandTech Cloud Services, Juniper Networks, SiS International Ltd., and the Sino-US Global Logistics Institute of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. We also thank the support from the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, The HKSAR Government, and the Smart City Consortium.
The winners are:
Champion：Cat Eye Siblings (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen）
1st Runner-up：HyperLinks Ltd (Zhejiang University)
2nd Runner-up：Alpha (The University of Hong Kong)
AirBuster (Hang Seng Management College and The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Hello Hong Kong (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, National Taiwan University, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Halimah (Monash University and Lincoln University)
More news on the event:
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Congratulations!! The project “Video Analytics for Resource Management” sponsored by Asian Institute of Supply Chains & Logistics and Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies won the Gold Medal at 46th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva in 2018. The developed system "Resource Monitoring and Management using Video Analytics" is now used by Hong Kong International Airport for trolley monitoring and management.
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The Symposium was successfully held on 7 December 2017. The Symposium was jointly organized by School of Decision Sciences, Hang Seng Management College, Policy Research Institute of Global Supply Chain and the Asian Institute of Supply Chains & Logistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
More about the event:
Presentation PowerPoint of respective speakers and photos: Here
Video of the Greater Bay Area Symposium: Here
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The Maritime & Logistics Hackathon 2017, organized by the Asian Institute of Supply Chains & Logistics (AISCL), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, was successfully held on 24th to 26th November 2017 at Cyberport, Hong Kong. The Hackathon was one of the official events in the Hong Kong Maritime Week 2017. It attracted over 50 teams of university full-time students registered. 15 teams were chosen as finalists. The total 44 students were coming from 17 universities located in Mainland China, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong. After 35 hours hardworking, each team used 10 minutes to present their works to a panel of six judges.
We wholeheartedly thank the sponsorship from the Maritime and Aviation Training Fund managed by the Transport and Housing Bureau and the Hong Kong Maritime Port Board, CargoSmart Limited, Cyberport Management Company Limited and IBM China/Hong Kong.
The winners are:
Champion：Sigma (The University of Hong Kong）
1st Runner-up：Error 404 （The Chinese University of Hong Kong）
2nd Runner-up：BulbBubbles（Hang Seng Management College）
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