Speaker Details

Ting Ming Ling

CEO and founder of ActiV Technology Group


Ling Ting Ming is the CEO of Activ Technology Group of companies.  Ling is the founder of ActiV Technology which started in 2006. Activ Technology is an Information Communications Technology provider serving Enterprise and Telecommunications clients. Activ Technology grew from a three men team to 400 employees in APAC over the last ten years. ActiV has expanded its footprint in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, San Francisco and Tokyo.

Ling also started OTSAW, recently established in 2014, a wholly owned subsidiary of Activ Technology with the vision of investing into digital business. The company plans on investing in the future by developing its Innovations Development Centre in Silicon Valley to develop AI and Robotics.

OTSAW expanded to the United States and he spearheaded the company’s technological forefront by becoming the first few companies in Singapore to set up base in Silicon Valley to build Autonomous Drive Security Robot O-R3.

Ling’s vision was to develop digital technology and to gather innovative ideas that are far ahead of Asia and to bring it back to Asia. OTSAW has also launched expansion across Asia by establishing offices in Hong Kong, China and Japan.

Ling brings with him more than 20 years of experience in technology, sales and marketing and a proven track record in the information and communications technology in Asia. 


Ling received his diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Singapore Polytechnic in 1992. Additionally, he gained relevant employment experience before founding Activ Technology. Prior to founding ActiV, Ling has 10 years of corporate world experience in Engineering and Information Technology managing regional sales teams across Asia.

One of his early years crazy deal was to sell Japanese robots to German car makers in China, Shanghai Volkswagen. The Germans were shocked to see this young Singaporean breaking tradition mindset in China in 1997. The Germans were so proud of their technology and its almost unthinkable to see Japanese robots in a German car assembly line.