iDirect released SatManage 5.2, an upgrade to the company’s award-winning network management software. SatManage 5.2 is now compliant with Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) requirements, a key US Department of Defense directive, which enables government customers to leverage the benefits of SatManage.
ST Electronics increases equity stake in Telematics Wireless Ltdto 100%.
ST Electronic increases Paid-Up Capital in STELOP Pte. Ltd.
ST Electronics wins S$98m contract from LTA to enhance the Expressway Monitoring & Advisory System (EMAS) equipment along eight expressways in Singapore.
iDirect'siDX 3.0 software has received the Satellite Spotlight 2011 Product of the Year Award. iDX 3.0was a ground-breaking release for iDirect's IP satellite communications platform because of its SCPC Return Channel technology. The capability enabled service providers to manage TDMA and SCPC networks over the same platform for the first time ever.
ST Electronics named CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Award Honoreefor its DiskCrypt product. The award serves to recognise outstanding design and engineering in cutting edge consumer electronics products across 32 product categories.
ST Electronics wins a communications system contract for the Taichung City LRT CJ900/CJ907 Wuri-WenxinBeitun Line (Green Line) in Taiwan.
ST Electronics, together with ST Marine has been awarded a contract to carry out upgrading works on the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN)'s Landing Ship Tanks (LSTs). The LSTs were delivered to the RSN in 1999. The upgrading works will cover modifications to the platform, as well as upgrades to the combat systems and helicopter support facilities.
ST Electronics to increase capacity with new facility. The new seven-storey building, expected to be ready in 2013, will be built on a 2 ha, 30 year leasehold land parcel near ST Electronics' HQ at Ang Mo Kio Street 65
ST Electronics sets up ST Electronics (Satellite Systems) Pte Ltd, a joint venture company with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and DSO National Laboratories (DSO) to specialise in the design, development and production of advanced earth observation satellites
ST Electronics acquired remaining stake in PM-B Pte Ltd (PM-B), turning it into a wholly owned subsidiary of ST Electronics.
ST Electronics to swap shares in Sino Stride Technology (Holdings) Limited for shares in Shougang Concord Technology Holdings
ST Electronics (Digital Media) launches animation studio, IVLab Studios
iDirect sets up wholly-owned subsidiary, iDirect Government Technologies, Inc. (iGT) in the US to expand government business.
ST Electronics renames its subsidiaries to strengthen market branding – these are DigiSAFE Pte Ltd renamed ST Electronics (Info-Security) Pte Ltd; Interactive Visual Laboratory Pte Ltd renamed ST Electronics (Digital Media) Pte Ltd and Xinke Information Systems Ltd renamed ST Electronics (Software Services) Limited
SES Systems sets up new joint venture company, INFA Systems Limited in Hong Kong
Agilis Communication Technologies signs an agreement with Telechoice International Pte Ltd to acquire its wholly-owned subsidiary, Sichuan Telechoice Pte Ltd, now known as ST Electronics (Sichuan) Co Ltd
ST Electronics/Agilis invests in VSAT systems company PolarSat, a company based in Canada
ST Electronics acquires the businesses of Agilis Communication Technologies Pte Ltd (ACT), CET Technologies Pte Ltd (CET), then known as CEI Technologies Pte Ltd, Singapore Engineering Software Pte Ltd (SES) and ST Training & Simulation Pte Ltd, then known as ST Simulation Systems Pte Ltd
ST Electronics comes under the umbrella of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering), an amalgamated engineering arm of the Singapore Technologies Group. ST Engineering is the largest engineering company on the Singapore Exchange
ST Electronics moves full scale into proprietary products development, resulting in the set up of the Product Development Department
The need to develop more engineering depth particularly in the field of software development for real-time command and control systems sees the formation of Singapore Engineering Software Pte Ltd with Ericsson Radio System AB of Sweden
ST Electronics relocates from Sembawang Shipyard (head office), Sheng-Li House (Systems Division) and Dover Road (Communications Workshop) to the present Ang Mo Kio premise
ST Electronics reorganised into five divisions : Radar Systems, Engineering Software, Communications Systems, Industrial Systems and Marketing. This achieves better technological focus and depth in each of the operating divisions
In a major restructuring exercise carried out by Sheng-Li Holdings, the entire SEEL Aviation Division almalgamated with SAMCO's aircraft component repair business to form a new company called Singapore Aero-Components Overhaul Company (SACO), under the parent company, Singapore Aircraft Industries. (SAI)
ST Electronics set up the Aircraft Instruments overhaul facility. The well-equipped facility with supporting stores provided hangar service and workshop service for all types of communication and navigational equipment on board aircraft
ST Electronics decided to move into aviation electronics which was seen as a growing business in line with the lively offshore oil exploration activity. The avionics facility was opened in Seletar Airbase.
Singapore Technologies Electronics Limited (ST Electronics), then known as Singapore Electronic & Engineering Pte Ltd (SEEL) is established as a Company. With Philips Industries of Australia as managing agents, the company starts operations with about 220 local staff and a dozen UK civilians and naval experts
Commences operation at the British Royal Naval Dockyard in Sembawang, formerly known as the Weapons and Radio Organisation. ST Electronics is mainly involved in the maintenance of electronic equipment