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  • Leaders’ Dialogue: Partnerships in Shaping the Post-COVID World – Singapore and Germany

    The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented global crisis. Nations, industries and organisations are reeling from its impact and some are even facing an existential crisis. There is no doubt that COVID-19 has changed our lives. History shows that such large changes are not always temporary - crises can fundamentally reshape our beliefs and behaviours.
     
    The COVID-19 pandemic has provided a unique opportunity to think about the kind of future we want. In various announcements, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat has emphasised the importance of R&D investments to prepare for critical challenges, such as in managing pandemics and ensuring food security, and that Singapore can be “a more digital, more resilient advanced manufacturing base” for the world. Germany’s response to the pandemic has highlighted pre-existing strengths – efficient government, low debt, a global reputation for industrial excellence.
     
    In this dialogue, Dr Lim will be discussing with Dr Ploss and Dr Beh how Germany and Singapore can work together and shape a stronger, more resilient and sustainable future economy and society. The conversation would delve into what the ‘new normal’ would look like after the pandemic, major changes in international trade and industry, the role of science and technology innovation, and corporate-startup-government collaborations as we look to build back better.  

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • Driving Digital Solutions in Manufacturing

    Advanced Manufacturing, or "Industry 4.0,” has been viewed as a key pillar for Singapore's growth. In Singapore, the manufacturing sector alone accounts for nearly a fifth of the country's GDP. At the Industry Transformation Asia Pacific (ITAP) event in October 2020, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat has emphasised that Singapore can be “a more digital, more resilient advanced manufacturing base” for the world.  
      
    While the move to a digital manufacturing environment might seem challenging, the adoption of digitalisation and automation of manufacturing processes are crucial in facing the global economic headwinds. As part of the digital transformation, various partnership platforms are now available in Singapore, such as the Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) and Singtel FutureNow Innovation Centre, which both drive private-public partnerships and help enterprises with their transformation journey. Manufacturers, researchers, startups and investors now have ease of access to establish collaborations, share resources and explore digital solutions which offer more innovation-based and high-value production. 
      
    Join us at our event where industry experts share how digital solutions can be driven within the manufacturing industry, how corporates, startups, and researchers may work together to further adopt these solutions at scale.  

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Industry 4.0 and Robotics

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • Manufacturing Trends to Look Forward to in 2021

    According to BCG, Advanced Manufacturing or Industry 4.0 is estimated to add S$32 billion in total manufacturing output, boost labour productivity by 30% and create 22,000 new jobs by the year 2024 in Singapore.
     
    Several initiatives, such as Smart Industry Readiness index and SkillsFuture Advanced manufacturing series, have been introduced to position Singapore as a leading Advanced Manufacturing Hub. Manufacturers should continue to look for new opportunities to innovate and stay competitive by embracing digital transformation.
     
    Join us in this session, where we hear from different industry players on trends and technology to look out for in Advanced Manufacturing through 2021. Be sure to stay ahead of information not to be left behind in this fast-changing industry today!

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • NAMIC x SGInnovate: The Future of Additive Manufacturing

    According to the White Paper by the World Economic Forum in 2020, additive manufacturing or 3D Printing is a new and growing area that deserves the attention of business leaders and policy-makers. Singapore has since been at the forefront of investing in this new technology to drive the goal of being a leading Advanced Manufacturing Hub within the ASEAN region.
     
    Mass adoption of additive manufacturing will not only disrupt markets but will be a significant contributor to the transformation to Industry 4.0 as well. Not only will it drive transformational growth within organisations, but innovations enabled by such exponential technologies can also help manufacturers grow faster and be more agile in unlocking new forms of value such as 
    lower prototyping costs, higher degrees of customization, reduced manpower costs and more flexible R&D.
     
    In this webinar, our speakers will share their perspectives on the future of additive manufacturing across sectors. Join us to learn more about how such an exponential technology could potentially change the lives of many in the manufacturing industry.

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • The Promise of Deep Tech: Manufacturing in the Age of Sustainability

    Sustainability has become the number one topic to address in the industrial world – research by Our World in Data shows that the industry and manufacturing sectors contribute to almost a third of the global greenhouse gas emissions. To tackle this, a UN report says that CO2 emissions must be cut nearly in half by 2030 because the world is on a fast track to consume four Earths' worth of resources by 2050.

    Topics: Others

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • NAMIC x SGInnovate: 3D Printing with Generative Design

    Generative Design incorporates design work with a combination of computing processes and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to solve engineering challenges. With technology, engineers are no longer limited to the constraints of one's imagination. Instead, engineers will have access to multiple solutions that the human mind could never conceive on its own.
     
    In manufacturing, the application of Generative Design brings great value. For example, manufacturing new parts and components without any notion of how something is made or used often has to go through a long series of refining processes. Generative Design allows for a series of simulations to be built into the design process to identify the optimal solution in the manufacturing process, thus drastically saving time and workload. 3D printing then further supplements the process by providing the flexibility and capability to produce affordable and fast hardware to achieve the desired end-product. Working in tandem with each other, it is no wonder that such technologies are making waves in the manufacturing industry.
     
    Join us in this event co-organised with NAMIC to understand how Generative Design and its application with 3D printing will pave the way to the future of manufacturing. Our esteemed speakers would be sharing more on practical applications of Generative Design and the advantages of its adoption.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Others

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • Enhancing Startup-Corporate i4.0 Partnerships in Singapore and Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia (SEA) has remained a bright spot despite the COVID-19 induced global recession, with 4.5% real GDP growth expected in 2021. The economic bloc is also slated to become the 4th largest economy by 2030 and is both an integrated market and production base for global manufacturers.

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • Rise of the Robots

    Traditionally, the manufacturing industry has been the largest adopters of robots, especially in the automotive sector. As technology matures, robotics holds a massive potential to generate positive outcomes and significant performance over the next decade. According to ARK Investment Management's prediction, automation will add about 5%, or $1.2 trillion, to the US's GDP in the next five years.
     
    However, as a general-purpose technology, how will the rise of robots extend its impact across other sectors and industries? With AI incorporation, robots are becoming cheaper, more flexible, and more autonomous. What other barriers might there be for companies to improve their roadmap towards automation and adopt robots to improve productivity at scale?
     
    Join us as our speakers share more on the adoption of robotics for various business processes. Discover the technology's versatility and ease in implementing and utilising robots beyond manufacturing.

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • Data-Driven Smart Manufacturing: How Data Empower Decisions on The Shop Floor

    One of the biggest goals of any manufacturing professional is improving workflows and running a smooth shop floor with minimal downtime and high profitability. What is the key to unlocking this? Data. 
     
    Important decisions that impact the manufacturing process should always be based on cold, hard data and not guesses, wishes, theories, or opinions. Data-driven manufacturing is the way for manufacturing operations to drive efficient and responsive production systems and improve the bottom line. With the ongoing digital transformation and capabilities, and proliferation of the latest data-capturing technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) devices and their applications of big data and analytics, manufacturers can effectively collect data in real-time and make informed decisions.
     
    In this session, learn more about how you can transform data into actionable business insights for optimised production capabilities. Discover how data insights from the Industrial IoT and digitisation can drive production floor improvements and quality. Learn to maximise the value of data through analytics from real-time notifications to statistical process control for immediate gains and explore the potential of predictive maintenance with connectivity and data collection to enhance customer experience and enhance loyalty.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Computer Science

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing