With Industry 4.0, digitalisation and automation is set to transform the future of manufacturing.
Singapore is right at the forefront of that change, equipped with a rich knowledge base and sophisticated smart nation infrastructure to catapult businesses into the future. And there’s no better place to experience it all than Jurong Innovation District.
From sustainable manufacturing practices to automation trends, industry leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs alike gather to discover how JID the hub where conversations and connections happen.
Built and designed by Singapore-based fuel cell solutions specialist Spectronik, the van will be undergoing a one-year trial to certify safety and road performances. With a range of 500 km and the ability to be refuelled rapidly within five minutes, the vehicle presents an environmentally friendly transport and logistics solution and is an excellent example of how JID is a living test-bed for new innovations.
That’s what we’ve got. Surbana Jurong is joining forces with SP Group to deploy 36 new EV charging points at their new campus at CleanTech Park – one of the five precincts that make up the JID ecosystem. When completed, the hub can allow up to 250 drivers to park and charge their vehicles at a time.
The latest company to join the community of R&D centres, capability developers, solution enablers, and innovation adopters? SATS. Asia's leading provider of food solutions and gateway services will build an innovative food hub in the district to enhance agility and resilience in food production.
Jurong Innovation District is home to a manufacturing ecosystem of R&D centres, technology partners, training providers and Factories of the Future. Which means you can develop your latest prototype, experiment with ideas, and even kick-start production and distribution, all in one place.
SATS Food Hub, Shimano, Bosch Rexroth, Hyundai Motor and A*STAR. You’ll find them all here, making Jurong Innovation District the birthplace of their world-changing innovations.
Talent is always within reach, whether they hail from the lecture theatres of Nanyang Technological University or the innovation clusters around the estate.
Train your team to tell digital twins from digital threads, just around the corner from your digital factory.
‘‘Advanced manufacturing demands skills that are complex and cross-functional. By locating in JID where the latest advanced manufacturing activities are taking place, we hope to contribute our engineering expertise to meet this changing demand in the manufacturing workforce.’’
President and CEO, Bosch Rexroth ASEAN and Oceania