What do you do at InfoComm Club?

What do you do at InfoComm Club?

What do you do at InfoComm Club?

In Infocomm Club, we aim to develop our students’ different interest, needs and experiences. Our students learn to develop skills in coding, making animation and creating games online. They learn to problem-solve using technology in a logical and creative manner.

What is InfoComm Club CCA?

The InfoComm Club CCA aims to excite students about Information Communication and Technology (ICT) in a fun and meaningful way by helping them to learn skills such as use of digital media, mobile technologies, software development, security and networking and games development.

What does Infocomm mean?

(Communications & Information) the technology of the production, storage, and communication of information using computers and microelectronics. Abbreviation: IT.

What is infocomm and media?

The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI).

What is infocomm infrastructure?

We develop and manage secure integrated information infrastructure and mobility solutions for MINDEF and the SAF. Our novel use of mobility, network, cloud data centre and infrastructure security enables us to architect and integrate inter-connecting systems and solutions that are effective, efficient and secure.

What does Infocomm stand for?

What is infocomm all about?

The infocomm sector is one of two important sectors that the IMDA promotes and regulates. A dynamic sector that involves fast moving startups as well as large multinationals, its impact is felt across multiple industries.

Why is infocomm important?

Our local Infocomm Technology (ICT) SMEs are a key engine of growth and digitalisation for other economic sectors. ICT SMEs will need to transform themselves, develop digital capabilities and keep in pace with new technologies and industry practices to remain competitive and relevant in a Digital Economy.

How many courses are there in SP?

Choose from a wide variety of 33 full-time courses ranging from Aeronautical Engineering to Business Administration. Passionate about Business, IT or Engineering but not sure which discipline to specialise in? Check out our common entry programmes.