Sep 03 2019

SMF MTIG Conference in Partnership with AAMI and Supported by SMF SDO

03 Sep 2019 09:00AM to 06 Sep 2019 06:00PM
Lifelong Learning Institute

Registration Date


02 Aug 2019 12:00AM to 01 Sep 2019 12:00AM

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Event Details

Event Type


Seminars and Events

Industry Group


Medical Technology

Contact Person


Cherie Ong


This inaugural conference organised by the SMF MTIG in partnership with the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), aims to share with conference delegates, the future advancements of medical technologies in the ASEAN healthcare landscape and how the current key trends impact the ASEAN Healthcare Ecosystem. Singapore, remains committed to be active and contribute to the regional healthcare ecosystem as there are many companies operating out of Singapore with manufacturing plants in the region. 

Key takeaways for conference delegates would be the sharing of different best practices from the various Industry experts from key institutions and organisations in ASEAN and how the knowledge gained is applied to their businesses.


Conference delegates will:-

a) learn how the key trends and advancements from the Medical Technology Industry in the ASEAN healthcare landscape would be relevant for local based companies to advance the Singapore healthcare ecosystem;

b) gather insights from international companies operating in Singapore and learn about the various types of possible available resources and how to utilise them to support their business growth;

c) understand technical requirements in the areas of Design Control, Software Validation and Industrial Sterilization to help the professionals advance in their functional roles; and,

d) have networking opportunities with local and overseas healthcare professionals

Administrative Details

Programme is tentative and is subject to change at the sole discretion of the Singapore Manufacturing Federation. 

Should you require further information or assistance, kindly contact Ms Cherie Ong at 6826 3039.

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