Cyber-physical systems are important in our everyday lives. They include electronic devices such as mobile phones, temperature and humidity sensors connected through networks for monitoring and control of physical systems like air-conditioning and lighting.
We develop cyber-physical systems that range from large infrastructure systems such as water and power distribution to emerging consumer systems such as the Internet-of-Things (IoT), an ever-growing network of physical objects and systems connected to the Internet.
Elevating manufacturing with computer-integration
Technology in education
Enhancing home life with innovation
Towards Manufacturing on Demand
Delta-NTU Corporate Lab foresees a paradigm shift and envisions potential opportunities to shape a new industry by catalyzing the changes in manufacturing. In this whitepaper the Lab explains what opportunities the paradigm shift will create and how the Lab can help to unleash the potential of small and mid-sized manufacturers in the changing landscape.