Smart Nation Builder (Factsheet)
Factsheet - Smart Nation Builder
28 Jan 2022
The Smart Nation Builder was launched by Minister for Communications and Information, Minister-in-charge of Smart Nation and Cybersecurity Josephine Teo at the Smart Nation Ambassadors (SNA) Appreciation Event today.
Designed as a roving showcase, the 12m truck is fitted with eight interactive game stations for members of the public to learn about our Smart Nation initiatives and digital government services such as LifeSG, Parents Gateway app, Healthy365 and the NLB mobile app. It is also a space for the public to share feedback on existing products and services and tell us which digital services they would like to see more of in areas such as healthcare, community services and education.
At the Smart Nation Builder, members of the public can also be the first to try prototypes of new digital products, and help us improve the user interface, accessibility, and overall user experience for these upcoming products.
The roving Smart Nation Builder will be travelling to the heartlands, community spaces, shopping malls and public libraries from the second half of 2022. Details of the deployment schedule will be shared on Smart Nation Singapore’s social media pages.
Together with CityScape@URA1 and PlayScape@Science Centre2, the Smart Nation Builder is one of three showcases by the Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG) to help our people experience and understand the benefits of technology. As we move towards greater digitalisation, more efforts must be made to make our digital services inclusive and accessible for everyone. The Smart Nation Builder will provide a continuing platform to take in citizens’ input and feedback for better digital government products.
For media enquiries, please contact:
Chia Suat Ning (Ms)
Manager, Adoption and Engagement Directorate
Smart Nation and Digital Government Office, Prime Minister’s Office
Tel: 8182 8052
CityScape@URA is an informational exhibition on how Smart Nation initiatives are embedded in our city. ↩
Located at the Science Centre, PlayScape aims to educate the public on tech trends in a simple, relatable and easy-to-digest manner. The exhibition is currently in its pre-launch phase and the public is invited to share feedback on how we can further refine the exhibit. ↩