Singapore firms took on security, logistics challenge for summit

Oneberry Technologies CEO Ken Pereira said he was proud of his firm's involvement in Tuesday's summit. His firm deployed its Oneberry Mobi-cams at various sites and set up several command centres for the police.
Oneberry Technologies CEO Ken Pereira said he was proud of his firm's involvement in Tuesday's summit. His firm deployed its Oneberry Mobi-cams at various sites and set up several command centres for the police.PHOTO: ONEBERRY TECHNOLOGIES

While the Singapore Police Force (SPF) may have been the face of security operations when the leaders of the United States and North Korea were in town for Tuesday's historic summit, local firms working behind the scenes were also integral to ensuring everything ran smoothly.

Two of them were Oneberry Technologies and S-Lite Event Support.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 16, 2018, with the headline 'S'pore firms took on security, logistics challenge for summit'. Print Edition | Subscribe