With members of the legal profession becoming increasingly adept at harnessing technology to assist them in their presentation of cases, the Mobile Infocomm Technology Facilities ("MIT Facilities") aims to complement the use of computer notebooks and personal digital assistants.
With a projector, projection screen, visualiser, video cassette recorder (VCR) player, digital video disc (DVD) or video compact disc (VCD) player and a television, the Mobile Info-Tech Trolley allows technological facilities to be made available in any courtroom or chamber, encouraging lawyers to use multi-media and PowerPoint presentations even when the hearing is not in any of the Technology Courts.
A fee of S$100.00 per day or part thereof is charged for the use of the Mobile Infocomm Technology Facilities ("Facilities"MIT ).
Request to use the Mobile Infocomm Technology Facilities ("MIT Facilities")
Requests for the use of the Mobile Infocomm Technology Facilities ("Facilities"MIT ) should be made at least 5 working days in advance using this e-form.
Requests are given priority based on a first-come first-served basis subject to full payment of the fees.
The presentation material or media to be used at the hearing must be made available for testing with the audio-visual system of the Mobile Info-Tech Trolley at least 2 days before the first day fixed for the hearing to ensure equipment compatibility.