HONG KONG, 7 May 2018 – Computime Group Limited (“Computime” or the “Company”; stock code: 0320) is pleased to announce a major milestone in its journey of transformation into a technology-driven company: it has relocated its headquarters into the Hong Kong Science Park, Hong Kong’s major hub for driving technological innovation and development, to continue its pursuit for excellence and growth in technological innovation in this new era of Big Data, AI and Internet of Things (“IoT”). With this move, Computime has enlarged its footprint and formally become part of Hong Kong’s innovation and technology ecosystem, allowing the Company to further seek collaborations with other technology innovators and create synergistic opportunities.
In celebration of this important milestone, Computime has joined hands with Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (“HKSTP”) to host a forum titled Advancements in Data Analytics (the “Forum”) at the Hong Kong Science Park on 14 May 2018. Emerging as a market leader in the design, manufacturing and commercialization of IoT and home automation products, Computime has developed both expertise and insights into the practical use of IoT and data analytics. The Forum will share some of these insights alongside with other global experts in these fields, providing an avenue for technology innovators to explore how we can best harness the power of machine learning for the greater good of the society. Computime hopes that the Forum will encourage further discussions and innovations in Hong Kong’s technological sphere, thereby helping Hong Kong advance into a world class smart city.
The Forum will be opened by Mrs. Fanny Law, Chairperson of HKSTP. The keynote speeches at the Forum cover three important aspects of a smart city – smart living, smart mobility and smart healthcare, followed by a panel discussion to explore how data-driven machine learning is driving improvements in the way we live. Speakers and panelists include:
- Scott Hublou, VP – Global Connected Services, SALUS
- Karthik Chandrasekaran, Senior Managing Consultant, Global Electronics Centre of Competence, IBM Services
- Antonio Wong Shek-tung, Co-founder & CEO, GreenSafety Technology
- Dina Katabi, Andrew & Erna Viterbi Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Helen Meng, Professor and Chairman, Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Charles Sodini, Professor, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
More information on the Forum can be found below:
Date: 14 May 2018 (Monday)
Time: 13:30 – 18:00 HKT
Venue: Function Hall, 1/F, Building 12W, Science Park, Shatin, Hong Kong
Fee: Free of charge
For further details and to register for the Forum, please visit: