Continental-NTU Corporate Lab
The Continental-NTU Corporate Lab is a S$50 million joint corporate laboratory between NTU and Continental that focuses on developing technologically advanced solutions in the areas such as autonomous robotics, navigation, artificial intelligence (AI), cybersecurity, smart materials, sensing, communication, and cloud technologies for future urban mobility applications. We aim to accelerate innovation in Singapore’s automotive industry and translate research outcomes into practical and viable urban mobility solutions for the future.
Delta-NTU Corporate Laboratory for Cyber-Physical Systems
The S$45 million Delta – NTU Corporate Laboratory for Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) aims to develop revolutionary manufacturing and learning technologies for catalysing industrial transformation to achieve improvements in productivity, skills development and innovation. The lab has been developing advanced CPS technologies for enabling the transformation and creation of new breed of factories that can rise up to the challenge of future customer-driven manufacturing as well as versatile and intelligent learning platforms and technologies for empowering effective workforce training and knowledge transfer.
Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Laboratory
The S$75 million Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Laboratory, established in July 2013, is the first laboratory supported under this scheme. The laboratory focuses on three areas of research: electrical power and control systems, manufacturing and repair technologies, and computational engineering.
Smart Small Satellite Systems Thales in NTU EEE (S4TIN)
S4TIN is a joint laboratory between Thales Alenia Space and NTU EEE with the participation of Thales Solution Asia, Singapore site. The partnership aims to leverage the rapidly growing nanosatellite and microsatellite segments of the global satellite industry which usually refers to satellites less than 100 kg. The lab brings together the world-renowned heritage of Thales Alenia Space in satellite systems, NTU’s pioneering research in small satellite platforms and technologies, and the local research and technology capabilities of Thales in Singapore.
Schaeffler Hub for Advanced REsearch at NTU EEE (SHARE)
The Schaeffler Hub for Advanced REsearch (SHARE) at NTU EEE is a $5 million joint laboratory that studies various aspects of personal urban mobility and intelligent transportation systems for mega cities. The research projects include studying human user behaviour on personal mobility devices in Singapore and the development of portable smart technologies that can enhance the users' safety and last-mile experience.
SP Group – NTU Joint Laboratory
The SP Group-NTU Joint Lab focuses on four research thrusts, namely Thrust A: Asset Health Modelling and Planning, Thrust B: Component Degradation Studies, Thrust C: Failure Mode Analysis and Thrust D: Enhanced Condition Monitoring were identified. The aim is to enhance the resilience of Singapore’s electricity network, improve the reliability and efficiency of supply to consumers, and nurture experts for the energy sector