When we founded A Posteriori, we wanted to make sure we didn’t lose focus of our previous careers as engineers and software developers. We wanted to stay relevant in both the Commercial industry as well as find a niche in Education.
Besides creating our new STEM education business, developing original curriculum, and teaching at MOE and International Schools, last year we also ground our teeth on a wall-climbing robot, which we exhibited at the Singapore Robotics Games event. We won a Unique Design award for our efforts.
This year we developed and sold a custom-made product to the Ministry of Health’s National Medical Research Council (NMRC) to help with anonymized grant-proposal decision-making events. The product, an Audience Response System (ARS), went live last month and I was extremely proud seeing it used last week. Our clients and their end-users had nothing but praises for our work, and a list of feature enhancements, of course. We look forward to working with the Ministry of Health and the NMRC on other projects in the future.
A Posteriori is not just about LEGOs and Drones.
We intend to continue to make real products, some just for fun or artistic value, and some for creating commercial or scientific value.
And we hope to take our students on some of our Making adventures in our new Mega MakerSpace & STEM Learning Center.