Blog | Celebrating Success: A Second-Year Triumph in the Singapore Security Industry Awards (SSIA) 2023

SINGAPORE, 17 November 2023 – We are honoured to share the exciting news that Oneberry has been presented with several awards by the prestigious Singapore Security Industry Awards (SSIA) for the second consecutive year. We have won awards in the 5 following categories: Best Robotics Firms, Best Security Management Platform Providers, Best Systems Integrator Firms, Best Video Analytics Solutions Providers, and Best Industrial Security Agency. Additionally, we are delighted to celebrate our collaboration with CBRE GWS Pte Ltd and StorHub Self Storage, who were also recognized for their respective wins of Security Buyer of the Year and Best Outcome Based Contract of the Year respectively. These recognitions are testaments to our unwavering commitment to excellence and innovation in the security industry. 

The Singapore Security Industry Awards 2023 was held on November 17, 2023, at Fairmont Hotel Singapore. The event was organised by the Security Association Singapore (SSA) and attended by many security professionals and industry leaders. 
Oneberry would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Singapore Security Industry Awards 2023 for this incredible opportunity. We are humbled to be recognised once again, and it has been a great motivation for us at Oneberry to continue pushing boundaries in the realm of security. We would also want to express our appreciation to our dedicated team at Oneberry. Without their hard work, expertise, and relentless pursuit of excellence, this achievement would not have been possible. Each team member plays a crucial role in our success, and this award reflects our collective efforts.

Oneberry extends its gratitude to the judges for dedicating their time and providing support to SSIA 2023:
  • Mr. Andy Tan, Director of Centre for Protective Security
  • Ms. Yeo Meow Ling, Director of Enterprise Singapore
  • Ms. Catherine Chong, Director of Infocomm Media Development Authority
  • Ms. Loh Gek Khim, Director of SkillsFuture Singapore
  • Mr. Faizal Zainal, Head of Temasek Polytechnic Security Industry Institute
  • Ms. Safrah Eusoof, Director of Workforce Singapore
Oneberry is thankful to everyone who has been part of our journey, and we look forward to continuing our mission of enhancing security, building trust, and making a lasting impact in the years to come. Stay tuned for more exciting developments from Oneberry Technologies!

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Blog | Security Industry Conference 2023: A Platform for Innovation and Collaboration in the Security Industry

SINGAPORE, 15 November 2023 – Oneberry’s CEO & Founder, Mr. Ken Pereira was invited as the one of the keynotes speakers in the TP-SII Security Industry Conference (SIC) 2023. The Security Industry Conference (SIC) 2023, organized by the Security Industry Institute (SII) of Temasek Polytechnic annually was kicked off on November 15, 2023, at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, bringing together management level representative from security agencies, in-house security employers, security associations, security union, buyers of security services, government and regulatory agencies in the security sector to discuss and showcase the latest advancements in technology and strategies for ensuring safety and security.

The SIC, themed “Unlocking the Power of Integration: Advancing Interoperability for the Security Sector” has attracted over 300 delegates from Singapore’s security industry representatives from government agencies, private security firms, technology companies, and academia. The conference aims to leverage interoperable technology to enhance security infrastructure, optimize resource allocation and improve overall operational efficiency. Furthermore, explore the possibilities of integrating various security systems, physical guarding services and facilities management services to provide a more unified and proactive security environment. The Conference was graced by Ms. Sun XueLing, Minister of State (MOS), Ministry of Home Affairs & Ministry of Social and Family Development.

Ken Pereira | Oneberry’s CEO & Founder

As one of the keynote speakers, Mr. Ken gave his impactful presentation with the topic of “Security & Sustainability for the Future”. He discussed the challenges the security industry is facing, such as the shortage of resources, and the inefficiency of surveillance systems. Moreover, Mr. Ken highlighted that CCTV installations are increasing yet 98% of the CCTV cameras are not being watched. Some of the examples on sustainability for the security sector that were shared include selecting products and solutions with energy-efficient power consumption, those that tap on renewable energy and selecting products with high durability. For example, instead of having permanent CCTVs everywhere to solve issues, we could look into mobile CCTVs that are powered by clean energy such as is Fuel Cell Technology. Fuel Cell Technology converts chemical energy into electrical energy reliably, making the usage efficient and environmentally friendly. In terms of sustainability in of the future of the security industry, as customers and the society demand more advanced and effective security solutions, security industries need to adopt new technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) to enhance the security capabilities and services.

Ken introduced one of Oneberry’s AI solutions – ARVAS – Anomaly Recognition Video Analytics System, which is an AI-assisted video anomaly detection system that requires no input of rules or pre-configuration. By using machine learning and big data analytics, ARVAS provides a smarter and powerful way of surveillance. Ken shared his views and development on the future of the security industry with utilization of automated health check systems for sustainability in maintenance. These Automated Health Check Systems using AI can track the camera health and send alerts if any system has been tampered with, deteriorated or if the system is down.

Also, in line with sustainability, by integrating security and facility management (FM), systems could be multipurpose to perform multiple functions. For instance, CCTV cameras can be used for Security, Maintenance, Cleaning, Marketing and other purposes, whereas Robots can be used for Surveillance, Concierge, Cleaning, and other services. Meanwhile, integration allows us to share data and resources across different departments and operations.

Ken Pereira | Oneberry’s CEO & Founder

At the conference, several new initiatives were also announced, including the launch of the Security Association Singapore Online Outcome-based Tender Generator and Repository (OBX) announced by MOS Sun.


To sum up, The SIC 2023 was a successful event that brought together the security industry and the security stakeholders to showcase products and solutions that can enhance the security capabilities and services of the security industry, as well as the achievements and contributions of the security industry. It also allowed Oneberry to discuss and address the challenges and opportunities for the security industry in the context of sustainability; highlighting the need for the security industry to adapt and innovate to meet the changing needs and expectations of the customers and society, as well as Oneberry’s position to reduce the environmental impact of the security industry.

We thank the organizers for letting Oneberry be a part of this inaugural industry event and we look forward to the next one!

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Protect your Network with 50% Grant

SINGAPORE, 21 September 2023 – Invisiron is a Pre-Approved Digital Solution ICM Vendor qualified for the IMDA Pre-Approved@SMEsGoDigital Grant.

With the use of our plug-and-play cyber solutions, SMEs can aim to build strong cyber defence capabilities, with up to 50% government grant!

Invisiron is your first and last line of Cyber Defence. At the core of Invisiron® is C3X™, which features three mission-critical technologies.

  1. Invisible Stealth Mode
  2. Autonomous Threat Prevention
  3. Ultra-Fast In-Line Packet Processing Speed

The Sentry S-1000 boasts a compact form-factor designed for small networks. This is the perfect solution for Small Size Enterprises.

  • Invisiron appliance for 1 or 10 Gbps of bandwidth
  • Highly Sophisticated Cyber Threat Intelligence

Source: Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd


Channel NewsAsia

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‘Enhanced patrols’ at Orchard Road on Christmas Eve as large crowds expected

SINGAPORE, 21 December 2022 – There will be enhanced patrols around Orchard Road on the night of Christmas Eve as large crowds are expected, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said on Wednesday (Dec 21)

From the evening of Dec 24, police officers, auxiliary police officers, and security officers will be deployed to manage crowds in the vicinity of Orchard Road to ensure the safety and security of the public, SPF said.

Crowd control barricades and direction signs will be put up to facilitate a safe and orderly crowd flow.

“The public is advised to be patient and follow officers’ instructions, and not attempt to force their way in crowded or closed-off areas,” the police said in an advisory.

As Orchard MRT station is expected to be crowded, commuters are advised to head towards alternative stations such as Dhoby Ghaut and Somerset MRT stations, where possible.

The police added that the enhanced patrols will be carried out by the Protective Security Command, Transport Security Command, Emergency Response Teams and the Special Operations Command.

Source: Channel NewsAsia


Channel NewsAsia

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A step up in security through customised tech-based tools and process redesign

SINGAPORE, 5 December 2022 – Outcome-based contracting can improve security outcomes while reducing headcount requirements and eliminating inefficiencies.

In security outcome-based contracting, technology as well as job and process redesign transform traditionally manpower-intensive jobs into more efficient and productive processes. Instead of contracting for a certain number of security officers, buyers indicate their desired outcomes and operational parameters and leave it to security agencies to come up with customised solutions.

These can include new concepts like cluster guarding – a process used at StorHub Self Storage, which contracted Oneberry Technologies for its security needs. Instead of having fixed security officers on-site round the clock, patrol officers are tasked to manage sites within zones. Technology-based tools are used to conduct virtual patrolling from Oneberry’s Command Centre. 

“If an incident is detected, the operators at the Oneberry Command Centre are alerted. If required, the patrol officer assigned to the zone will respond on site,” explained StorHub CEO Luigi La Tona. “Previously, with fixed manpower on site, there was a lot of physical patrolling, time-consuming tasks and inefficiencies – especially during silent hours.”

For commercial enterprises like StorHub Self Storage, outcome-based contracting not only reduces operational costs and reliance on manpower, it also improves the customer experience.


Instead of relying on a fixed number of security officers stationed on-site, StorHub Self Storage tasks patrol officers to manage sites within their respective zones. Photo: StorHub Self Storage

Customers of StorHub Self Storage entrust their belongings to the company. Keeping them safe is a major aspect of StorHub’s services – but also a major challenge, thanks to rising costs and manpower issues.

Outcome-based contracting has helped resolve these issues. StorHub’s outcome-based security provider Oneberry Technologies requires its officers to report in by clocking points at all the facilities, ensuring that performance standards do not slip. The headcount requirement of security officers went down from 18 to six across 11 locations, and StorHub has saved close to S$480,000 yearly.

“We’ve moved towards leveraging technology and cluster patrolling to improve security and efficiency,” said Mr La Tona. “Our sites continue to be monitored 24/7 via the Oneberry Command Centre, enabled by video analytics, and with patrol officers ready to make their way to sites when required.”

Tech-based monitoring has also given StorHub an unexpected benefit: It deters illegal dumping incidents, which improves operational security.

Said Mr La Tona: “Looking at the current industry landscape where there is a shortage of manpower and a rise in security costs, we believe that outcome-based contracting is the way forward.”

Source: Channel NewsAsia



Blog | Singapore Security Industry Awards 2022

Oneberry an honouree of the Singapore Security Industry Awards 2022

SINGAPORE, 13 November 2022 – Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd was an honouree at the Singapore Security Industry Awards 2022.

Oneberry celebrated at the Singapore Security Industry Awards 2022 as we won awards in the categories Best Systems Integrator Firm, Best Robotics Firm and Best Video Analytic Solutions Provider. We also celebrated our partnership with our valued client Ocean Financial Centre, as they won Security Buyer of the Year!

Organised by the Security Association Singapore, Accounting Professional, and Asgardian Labs. SSIA recognises the top security agencies and security projects in the industry, and Oneberry were specially recognised amongst the best security firms.

Oneberry had the honour of receiving our awards from the Guest of Honour, Minister of State for Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of National Development, Assoc Prof Dr Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim and several Members of Parliament. The award winners were selected based primarily on client’s endorsements by a distinguished panel of judges comprising representatives from SPF, IMDA, WSG, ESG and SII.

We would like to thank the judges and the following supporting organisations for their time and support to the SSIA 2022:

Panel of Judges:

  • Mr Andy Tan, Director, Centre for Protective Security
  • Ms Catherine Chong, Director, Infocomm Media Development Authority
  • Ms Safrah Eusoof, Director, Workforce Singapore
  • Mr Dhruv Ang, Deputy Director, Enterprise Singapore
  • Mr Faizal Zainal, Head, Security Industry Institute

Supporting Organisations: Association of Certified Security Agencies, Enterprise Singapore, Infocomm Media Development Authority, Security Systems Association Singapore, Singapore Police Force, Temasek Polytechnic, Workforce Singapore

We thank everyone for your continued support as we strive to improve every year!

Source: Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd



Blog | NVIDIA Inception Premier Member

Oneberry Technologies & NVIDIA Partnership

SINGAPORE, 7 September 2022 – Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd has been elevated to NVIDIA Inception Premier status.

NVIDIA has pioneered accelerated computing to tackle challenges that otherwise can’t be solved. Their work in AI and computer graphics is transforming industries valued at more than $100 trillion, from gaming to healthcare to transportation, and profoundly impacting society.

The NVIDIA Inception Premier membership is reserved for the top 1-2% of all of their start-ups, and Oneberry is excited to be recognised in this programme for its development of ARVAS – our Anomaly Detection AI.

This envisages a stronger partnership between NVIDIA and Oneberry, with opportunities for more collaboration.

Source: Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd


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High-tech robot guards take part in security exercise at Ang Mo Kio MRT station

SINGAPORE, 10 December 2019 – Commuters at the Ang Mo Kio MRT station were greeted on Monday (Dec 9) morning by the sight of Singapore’s latest security officers on wheels: two high-tech robot guards.

The robots – the OB1FORC3 and the K3NOBI models, developed by local security company Oneberry Technologies – are equipped with intelligent surveillance cameras, sensors and video analytics capabilities, were part of Exercise Station Guard.

Exercise Station Guard is an emergency preparedness exercise carried out by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the SMRT to ensure operational readiness and strengthen security in public places.

The robots moved around the premises of the Ang Mo Kio station looking out for suspicious people and unattended items, observed by Senior Minister of State for Transport Janil Puthucheary.

As part of the exercise, commuters also participated in security screenings, which involved walking through a metal detector and having their belongings scanned by X-ray machines.

This is not the first time such robots have been out and about, as 10 K3NOBI security robots were used in July for surveillance and concierge duty for the Interpol World conference at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands.

To update the security measures, contingency plans and operational readiness at public transport nodes in Singapore, similar exercises using robot guards have been conducted since February last year.

The robots are equipped with intelligent surveillance cameras, sensors and video analytics capabilities.

Similar robot guards have been trialled previously at Hougang MRT station.

The LTA also deployed a 1.6m-tall ST Engineering robot that was equipped with seven cameras during a trial at Hougang MRT in December last year.

This robot also had an in-built global positioning system (GPS) as well as sensors which bounced lasers off objects, allowing it to patrol designated areas.

The robots trialled on Monday, however, used intelligent cameras and video analytics to allow security officers to patrol the building remotely.

The use of these “virtual” guard systems also reduces reliance on manpower, allowing security personnel to monitor areas remotely, through the robots’ “eyes”.

As of July this year, Oneberry Technologies had more than over 1,500 virtual guards in Singapore.

This number is set to grow, as the firm raised $30 million in funding in September that would allow it to expand its range of high-tech security and surveillance products, and to grow its presence in the region.


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Oneberry Technologies: Taking security automation to the next level

SINGAPORE, 27 February 2019 – Oneberry Technologies is making moves within the security industry — one robot at a time.

You could say Mr Ken Pereira is a visionary.

His career in the security industry began when he joined a traditional security firm in 2003. He quickly realised there were numerous industry challenges to face head-on.

He explains: “The role of a security officer is to observe, record and report on activity over 12-hour shifts and six-day work weeks. It is no surprise that the security officers were tired from the long working hours.

“Their manual duties included logging observations, incident reporting, and recording visitor information into notebooks. They were also expected to perform physical patrols or be stationed at static posts, sometimes in remote areas with no facilities.

Such inefficiencies also led to miscommunication between the officers, security agencies who hired them, and the security buyers.”

For a better overview of the industry and its challenges, Mr Pereira worked as a security officer to investigate the problems first-hand. His takeaway? He had to improve the way things were done.

That is how award-winning innovative security and surveillance solutions provider Oneberry Technologies was born – and as Mr Pereira explains, “berry” is the cure for the industry, with our concept of man and machine.

Oneberry Technologies’ next move – robot revolution.

Making all the right moves

To date, the 200-plus-strong company with Mr Pereira as its chief executive officer has designed several solutions for the industry.

It designed and deployed Oneberry MobiCams – a rapid mobile surveillance solution enabled with intelligent cameras and powered by fuel cell technology that could run off-grid reliably and autonomously.

During the Trump-Kim Summit last June, these were set up at various sites together with several command centres for the police to provide behind-thescenes support.

Says Mr Pereira: “While technology is pivotal, judgement and decisionmaking remain human-centric. Technology should complement the functions of man, and improve and enhance the level of security and operations. While reducing manpower costs, our solutions ensure that security is not compromised, while elevating the role of a security officer.”

To facilitate this, Oneberry has introduced the Virtual Guard System, an integrated platform of intelligent cameras with video analytics to reduce manpower reliance on physical surveillance or patrolling tasks.

It monitors premises remotely with less reliance on on-site security guards. By using analytics from intelligent cameras, sites are monitored virtually from a command centre, and security breaches trigger alerts to operators.

A patrol team is then dispatched to investigate the matter.Taking things one step further, the tandem implementation of other automated processes such as access control, incident reporting and clocking allow for significantly reduced manpower on site.

Such productivity improvements not only put Oneberry on the map as a reliable specialist technology and service provider, but enable its clients in the public, commercial and residential sectors to enjoy at least 30 per cent productivity and manpower savings.

Collaborating with valued partners

A group of trusted partners are instrumental to Oneberry’s success. These include SFC Energy, for its reliable, off-grid energy solutions that comprise innovative direct methanol fuel cell technology to provide reliable and autonomous power for long durations with no downtime – the perfect power supply for multiple applications and industrial use cases.

Oneberry also works with one of the world’s leading video camera technology manufacturers, Mobotix, to solve real-world challenges in security via its multifunctional IP video systems used in security surveillance deployments.

Meanwhile, professional engineering consultancy CKMbT International has supported Oneberry’s civil, structural, mechanical and electrical designs to the highest safety standards.

Eye on the future

With the new guidelines proposed by the Security Tripartite Cluster (STC), a rise in security costs and heightened threats, Mr Pereira foresees challenges ahead.

He shares: “All licensed security agencies are required to pay their officers according to the progressive wage model ladder. This has been a long time coming for the security workforce, but will translate to an increase in costs to security buyers.

“And from 2021, with the removal of overtime exemption, security agencies will be driven to review their operations and make more efficient use of the manpower, with an already existing shortage of manpower. These new guidelines for security agencies will push security buyers to look into wallet-friendly solutions.”

To mitigate these problems, Mr Pereira aims to continue offering productivity security solutions to help businesses reduce costs while enhancing the level of security.

This will involve constantly innovating as well as looking into launching new technology to raise industry productivity. The company is also aiming to launch its own security robots to further enhance and complement the man and machine concept. This is slated to happen at the Interpol World 2019 event to be held in Singapore this July.

The fuel cell-powered Oneberry RoboGuard is the first customisable security surveillance and inspection robot designed to support ad-hoc security, especially for events.

Says Mr Pereira: “They not only perform surveillance functions, but act as a deterrent on-site. They can also bring multi-functional value to our clients by providing concierge or marketing services. Oneberry is constantly innovating so we can remain on the

forefront of providing cutting-edge technology solutions to our clients, with the value proposition to help our clients save costs.”

The company has received interest from and is looking to venture overseas, which will help continue its journey as one of Singapore’s fastest-growing companies.

Security buyers looking to explore manpower saving technology are invited to the Oneberry Innovation Centre to experience the company’s offering first-hand.


Today Online

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Four Indonesians who swam to Singapore from a boat off Tuas charged with unlawful entry

SINGAPORE, 13 October 2020 – Four Indonesian men were charged in court on Saturday (Oct 10) with illegally entering Singapore, after they jumped off a boat into the sea off Tuas and swam towards the shore.

The men, aged between 19 and 38, were first detected on Tuas reclaimed land by the Police Coast Guard’s surveillance systems on Friday at about 8.30pm, said the Singapore Police Force in a news release on Tuesday.

The four men were observed to have jumped off an unnumbered boat into the waters off Tuas reclaimed land before swimming towards the shoreline.

The four men jumped off an unnumbered boat into the waters off Tuas reclaimed land. Photo: Police Coast Guard

Coast Guard officers, together with personnel from the Jurong Police Division, Gurkha Contingent, Special Operations Command and Home Team Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Unit were deployed to intercept the men, the police said.

The men were arrested within five hours of being detected, and were handed over to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority for further investigations, the statement said.

If convicted, they could be jailed for up to six months and receive a minimum of three strokes of the cane.

The Coast Guard’s Commander Cheang Keng Keong commended the officers’ “vigilance and excellent team work which resulted in the swift arrest”.

He added that the Coast Guard would “continue to take firm action against such offenders to safeguard our waters and sea borders against crime and security threats, including unauthorised entry into and departure from Singapore.”

Source: Today Online
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Business Development Associate

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The selected candidate will report directly to Head of Commercial Sales. The following are the job scope:

  • Source for new sales leads
  • Follow up on sales leads
  • Prepare proposals, presentations and quotations for projects
  • Prepare and complete contracts
  • Perform site recces and visits
  • Build and maintain client relationships
  • Liaise with finance team to ensure timely billing
  • To undertake project management to ensure projects are delivered effectively


  • Dynamic and proactive in all assignments
  • Good knowledge of intelligent security system principles and practices
  • Broad knowledge of technical infrastructure including networking and communication
  • Good communication skills (writing & speaking)
  • Experienced in preparing and submitting government & Commercial tenders
  • Ability to perform under pressure and complete project within tight timeline
  • Fast learner
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Business Development Executive

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The selected candidate will report directly to Head of Commercial Sales. The following are the job scope:

  • To identify, develop and build relationships with prospective clients and ensure all sales opportunities are acted upon
  • Proactively grow existing customers as well as to develop new sales opportunities
  • Prepare proposals, presentations and quotations for clients
  • Prepare and submit tender documents for tenders
  • Work closely with R&D and relevant technical teams to develop new solutions for clients
  • Prepare and complete contracts
  • Perform site recces and visits
  • Build and maintain client relationships and main liaison for clients
  • Liaise with finance team to ensure timely billing
  • Overall project manager that will oversee the lifecycle of the projects and to ensure projects are delivered effectively


  • Dynamic and proactive in all assignments
  • Good knowledge of intelligent security system principles and practices
  • Broad knowledge of technical infrastructure including networking and communication
  • Good communication skills (writing & speaking)
  • Experienced in preparing and submitting government & Commercial tenders
  • Ability to perform under pressure and complete project within tight timeline
  • Fast learner
  • Comfortable at public speaking/presenting to clients
  • Class 3 license is preferred
  • Being bi-lingual is preferred

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As a Junior Network Engineer for Maintenance, the incumbent is primarily responsible for:

  • All matters concerning and relating to Network implementations for all projects
  • Attend to all Maintenance work, whether with or without Network and or any Network issues, as detailed and directed by the Maintenance Supervisor
  • Configuration and troubleshooting of Network equipment’s for the Projects installation and Maintenance
  • Assist in Site Recces as and when required to provide Network inputs
  • Ensure all Preventive Maintenance of equipment are carried out properly in accordance to Technical SOP provided
  • Preparation of all matters relating to Network maintenance, all materials and tools and manpower associated with the Network maintenance tasks
  • Supervise attached worker and ensure all sites are properly cleaned and made good
  • Provide 24X7 support for the maintenance Projects (In case of Emergency Activation)
  • Ensuring and maintaining all equipment used for the daily operations are not only in good working order
  • Keeping proper records of all maintained equipment, not just network equipment only, but all maintained items are updated properly and accordingly
  • Ensuring and carrying out all PM and CM, are completed on time
  • Ensuring all Safety Aspects are in order during work, proper PPE and Safe Work procedures are carried out during such time
  • Keeping all maintained equipment and surrounding areas Clean and not Just Safe to work but also safe to public in public areas
  • Liaise with internal and external parties for maintenance matters irrespective of whether concerning Network equipment but all or any equipment as and when required
  • Shall also perform any other ad hoc tasks not described in the job description as and when instructed by his superiors or as ordered by Higher Management
  • Prepare Project Implementation plan and implement according to the schedule Provided to Customer
  • Maintain accurate records of installations, configurations, and service calls
  • Prepare documentation for clients outlining system specifications and configurations

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Payroll & HR Assistant

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1. Perform end to end payroll processing (weekly and end month) Guards and Office staff.
2. Work closely with Managers to ensure smooth payroll processes.
3. Check against employment contract and update the details of newly joined employees.
4. Responsible for calculation of allowance, OT and claims processing.
5. Manage employees’ leave records, on boarding & out boarding.
6. Perform tax clearance (IRAS-IRAS21) for resigned staff and prepare yearly IR8A for online submission.
7. Upload CPF monthly reports for submission.
8. Employee claim for medical reimbursement.
9. Ensure all timesheets submitted correctly for guards.
10. Check annual leave, medical leave & hospitalization leave application of staff.
11. Maintain payroll system.
12. Ensure compliance with MOM and Government regulations.
13. Ensure high accuracy and updating of staff records in HR system.
14. Prepare monthly payroll summary report to finance department.
15. HR related filing.
16. Any other HR /Payroll functions as assigned.

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Security Operations Executive

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  • Ensuring day-to-day operations can run smoothly
  • Communicating with fellow operations team personnel to develop strategic operations goals
  • Ensure operations run smoothly, in full capacity and at company standards
  • Monitoring and ensuring operational performance of both internal and external service providers
  • Providing a workplace setting that is conducive to productive work by ensuring
  • Setting up sites where needed
  • Preparing SOPs for site
  • Handling complaints/ enquires where required
  • Preparation of documentation such as attendance reports, incident reports etc.
  • Recruitment of officers
  • Arranging for training where required
  • PLRD grading
  • Cover shortfalls where required
  • Any other tasks as assigned by management


  • A levels, diploma or equivalent
  • Security Supervisor ranking as per PLRD
  • With at least 2 years of experience in operations
  • CERT training*
  • First Aid*
  • Class 2/3
  • Proficiency in basic security technology (incident management, clocking systems)
  • Proficient in MS Office (Excel & Word)
  • Hands on, self-motivated, meticulous with positive mindset and able to work independently & to meet tight deadlines
  • Team player with good interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills

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Security Personnel

Job Description

  • Secure premises and personnel by patrolling, surveillance, and monitoring access
  • Investigate security breaches/incidents, and other suspicious behavior
  • Control traffic where required
  • Submit incident reports reports by recording observations, information, occurrences, and surveillance activities
  • Any other security duties as required by site based on your rank


  • PLRD requirements for the relevant ranking you are replying to
  • CERT training* (for certain sites)
  • First Aid* (for certain sites)
  • Willingness to use technology for daily security duties


We would like to commend you on maintaining a very professional attitude by being gracious, giving extra attention and efforts to the Management of GSM Building.

Your technical support team also deserve our commendation for demonstrating their capabilities in trouble-shooting & problem-solving, which swiftly resolved GSM Building’s Virtual Guard Solutions with Remote Monitoring CCTV issues.

We will not hesitate to recommend Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd to all.

Doreen Lee (Ms)
Building Manager
MCST 753 GSM Building


“Virtual Guard has been a significant help in supporting our security operations to meet outcome-based contracts. The technology enables manpower on site to be more effective with less headcount needed.”

Daniel Marc Chow
Managing Director
Henderson Security Services


“I want to thank Oneberry Command Centre for the fantastic job done well as our vital partner on Globalmax outsourced Command Centre assignment. My appreciation and thanks to the Oneberry Command Centre (OBCC) management team, day & night shift controllers for performing outstandingly. I hope that OBCC can continue to maintain and excel in their service delivery.”

Bobby Baljit
Managing Director
Globalmax Security & Consultants


“I wish to commend the team for implementing the Virtual Guard solution at Landridge Condo. The residents have given positive feedback on the successful switch to remote security. Thanks for a good job and we appreciate it!”

MCST Council Chairman
Landridge Condominium

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  • Candidate able to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Project-based reports management, cost scheduling
  • Able to pick up irregularities and flag out to the team for cost savings
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  • Any other AdHoc admin duties assigned