About AIT


Mr Nick Lee Sheng Weng - CEO/Director


An entrepreneur himself, founded Wavex Technologies in 2001 and was later acquired by a Hong Kong’s Listed Company in 2008. The company had produced many successful RFID solutions to multiple sectors, such as our National Library Board’s RFID system, where users today, could seamlessly loan and return 30 million books easily in a year.

He left Wavex Technologies in 2011 and joint GS1 Singapore (Global Standard 1), a Global NGO of Supply Chain and item ID administer, which also administrated the EAN/UPC barcode which largely used by Billions of products/items you using from Shampoos, to food and medicine many consumes daily.

In 2013, he decided to invest in AIT, a Self-Service Interactive provider and become the company CEO.


-        Singapore ASME Entrepreneur Of Year

-        Singapore Enterprise E50

-        Singapore S1000/SME500

-        Hong Kong RFID Innovative Award

-        Cover Page Features in 2010 RFID Magazines PassAgeNow





Alex Thian – Founder of AIT Biotech, AIT Ventures and AIT Technologies


Mr Alex is an IP lawyer, and is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully created a few businesses. One of the popular ones is Research BioLabs (http://www.researchbiolabs.com), which was later accquired by Qiagen (http://www.qiagen.com), an international MNC life science company from Germany.
Alex now managed AIT Biotech (http://www.aitbiotech.com) and continues to incubate new start-ups in Biosciences industry with AIT Ventures (http://www.aitventures.sg/).
He founded Advance Interactive Technologies in 2003 which is today becoming AIT Technologies.

Committee member for National Medical Research Counsel Grant, and PM for Bio-Engineering Programme under the Science and Engineering Institute.




Dr John Chin – Directors of Polaris, Yenom, GCL Holdings


Dr John Chin (aka Chin Yih Chong) is a Director of Yenom Holdings and its associated investment companies, in which he oversees both the private equity and the liquid portfolio investments. John also sits on the board of a few investee companies.

Before this, he has worked in quantitative risk management in Standard Chartered Bank, DBS Bank and Insurance Australia Group (Sydney).

John has a PhD in Mathematical Statistics from the University of Western Australia.

As a part-time interest, John lectures at the Risk Management Institute of the National University of Singapore.




Dr Supornchai Kongpatanakul – Co-Founder/Director of J Shoes, Director & Head of National Doping Control Centre, Mahildol University, Bangkok Thailand


Dr Supornchai, a medicial doctor by practise, is also a very active educator and anti-doping enforcer, a professor in Mahildol University in Bangkok, Director & Head of National Doping Control Centre.

He is also a successful businessman, in 1996, he co-founded J Shoes and has successfully built the label to become one of the international brand today.