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Manufacturing is advancing.
And Singapore is leading the charge.

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.

We warmly welcome Hyundai Motor Group, DMG Mori, Fanuc, Makino, Konica Minolta & Advanced Manufacturing Training Academy to the JID ecosystem!

From showcasing the latest technologies in robotics to equipping Singapore's manufacturing workforce with skills for the future, they are part of a growing network of industry leaders that'll spur innovation and collaborations here.

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Your one-stop hub to ideate, innovate, create.

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.

At a glance

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600 hectares

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95,000 jobs

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32,000 talents

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Meet the movers and shakers here who are already putting Singapore on the map.

Siemens, 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.

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Want fresh thinking?
Here, you’re surrounded by it.

Talent is always within reach, whether they hail from the lecture theatres of Nanyang Technological University or the innovation clusters around the estate.


Where your team is working is also where they will be learning.

Train your team to tell digital twins from digital threads, just around the corner from your digital factory.


‘‘JID brings together the best minds in advanced manufacturing.’’

Johnathan Ong,
Head of I4.0 Technologies, Bosch Rexroth