Published on 21 Jan 2020

Official opening of the HP-NTU Corporate Lab

NTU, HP open new lab to boost manufacturing
The Straits Times, page C1 and online

Manufacturing companies will get more help in adopting digital technology with a new lab that was officially opened at NTU. The facility, created through a collaboration between NTU and global technology giant HP, showcases digital manufacturing technologies that can make manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable. The university also worked with HP to develop SkillsFuture courses to prepare employees in the manufacturing industry for the future. Prof Lam Khin Yong, NTU's senior vice-president of research, said: "The advanced technologies and automation solutions jointly developed by NTU and HP are expected to impact businesses in Singapore and beyond, as these innovations are geared towards efficiency, productivity and most importantly, sustainability."

HP-NTU Corporate Lab: Six new SkillsFuture courses for 3D printing and digital design launched
CNA, 21 Jan, 10pm 

A new skills development programme has been launched for 3D printing and digital design. It comprises of six courses under the SkillsFuture umbrella and the aim is to train about 120 professionals every year. The programme is led by the HP-NTU Corporate Lab, a collaboration between multinational firm HP and NTU. Prof Tan Ming Jen, Co-Director of the HP-NTU Corporate Lab, said: "Some of the courses will be modular, bite-sized, which we hope to package into diploma, advanced diplomas and graduate courses. But the main benefit is that they can incorporate these into their workspace and see how these machines can improve productivity and sustainability in their manufacturing lines." Five of the six modules are already ready for registration. The lab's other areas of focus revolve around artificial intelligence, machine learning, and cybersecurity.

HP Labs officially opens its HP NTU Digital Manufacturing Lab in Singapore 
HP Labs Blog, 27 Jan

In a ceremony held January 21st on the campus of Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore), HP Inc. and NTU Singapore officially opened the HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Lab. The research facility – a joint venture between HP Labs, NTU Singapore, and Singapore’s National Research Foundation (NRF) – is HP’s fifth major research laboratory, its first headquartered in Asia, and represents HP’s largest research collaboration with any university worldwide.

HP and NTU Singapore inaugurate Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab
3D Printing Media Network, 21 Jan 

In 2018, NTU Singapore, 3D printing company HP Inc. and the National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF) joined forces to advance advanced manufacturing by announcing a new dedicated facility. Today, the partners are celebrating the official opening of the HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab by showcasing digital manufacturing technologies that they say will improve the efficiency, cost and sustainability of manufacturing and supply chain operations. NTU Senior Vice President (Research) Prof Lam Khin Yong said, "Over the last year, we are able to see the first fruits of the collaboration, which combines NTU's deep capabilities in machine learning, data science, AI and additive manufacturing, with HP's expertise in innovation and technology solutions. Technologies developed at the Corporate Lab can then be test-bedded on the NTU Smart Campus, a microcosm of an urban city."

Future of manufacturing showcased at the launch of HP-NTU's new corporate lab
Connected to India, 21 Jan

At the official opening of the HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab, researchers showcased how the future of manufacturing looks like. From intelligent design software that automate advanced customisation, to supply chain models that enable faster time to market while lowering carbon footprint, these digital manufacturing technologies are set to make manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable. "The advanced technologies and automation solutions jointly developed by NTU and HP are expected to impact businesses in Singapore and beyond, as these innovations are geared towards efficiency, productivity and most importantly, sustainability," said NTU Senior Vice President (Research) Prof Lam Khin Yong. The lab also unveiled a new skills development programme aimed at helping Singapore train and upskill its talents in additive manufacturing and digital design.

HP-NTU corporate lab showcases R&D innovations
Mirage News, 21 Jan

Researchers from global technology leader HP Inc. and NTU Singapore in the HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab today showcased digital manufacturing technologies set to make manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable. Among them are intelligent design software tools that automate advanced customisation, as well as supply chain models that enable faster time to market while lowering carbon footprint. The lab also unveiled a new skills development programme aimed at helping Singapore train and upskill its talents in additive manufacturing and digital design - from fundamentals of additive manufacturing and digital product designs to data management and automation, under the SkillsFuture programme.

NTU and HP open lab for boosting manufacturing industry with digital technology 
Open Gov Asia, 22 Jan 

NTU saw the official opening of a new lab, which will operate with digital manufacturing technologies, within its premises. The HP-NTU corporate lab is geared towards boosting manufacturing and supply chain operations, making them more efficient and feasible. The lab is made up of more than 60 scientists, researchers and engineers who are actively finding ways to overcome the challenges in the field of digital manufacturing, with solutions such as 3D printing and cybersecurity.  Prof Lam Khin Yong, NTU's senior vice-president of research, said the new SkillsFuture courses developed jointly with HP also bring valuable industrial perspectives to help upskill and train a critical talent pool for Singapore.

HP, NTU Corporate Lab A Boost For Singapore Manufacturers In Industry 4.0 Era
Industrial Automation Asia, 22 Jan

Singapore manufacturers receive a needed boost with the opening of the digital manufacturing corporate lab, a joint initiative between global technology giant HP and NTU. The lab includes technologies aimed at making manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable, such as intelligent design software tools that automate advanced customisation, as well as supply chain models that enable faster time to market while lowering carbon footprint. "The advanced technologies and automation solutions jointly developed by NTU and HP are expected to impact businesses in Singapore and beyond, as these innovations are geared towards efficiency, productivity and most importantly, sustainability," said Prof Lam Khin Yong, senior vice president (research), NTU.

HP and NTU unveil new courses to equip Singaporeans with 3D printing related skills
Human Resources Online, 22 Jan 

Singapore manufacturers receive a needed boost with the opening of the digital manufacturing corporate lab, a joint initiative between global technology giant HP and NTU. The lab includes technologies aimed at making manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable, such as intelligent design software tools that automate advanced customisation, as well as supply chain models that enable faster time to market while lowering carbon footprint. "The advanced technologies and automation solutions jointly developed by NTU and HP are expected to impact businesses in Singapore and beyond, as these innovations are geared towards efficiency, productivity and most importantly, sustainability," said Prof Lam Khin Yong, senior vice president (research), NTU.

HP-NTU Corporate Lab showcases R&D innovations
Design World, 22 Jan 

Researchers from HP Inc. and NTU in the HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab showed digital manufacturing technologies set to make manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable. The lab also unveiled a skills development program to help Singapore train in additive manufacturing and digital design. NTU Senior Vice President (Research) Prof Lam Khin Yong said "Over the last year, we are able to see the first fruits of the collaboration, which combines NTU's deep capabilities in machine learning, data science, AI and additive manufacturing, with HP's expertise in innovation and technology solutions. Technologies developed at the Corporate Lab can then be test-bedded on the NTU Smart Campus, a microcosm of an urban city."

HP and NTU Singapore Officially Open Joint Corporate 3D Printing Lab
3D Print, 22 Jan

This week, NTU in Singapore officially opened the doors to a new corporate lab that will help manufacturing companies as they work towards adopting digital technology. This new lab, created through a collaboration between the university and HP, will offer a digital manufacturing skills development program for Industry 4.0. The partnership between the university, HP, and the NRF was first announced last October, and this new facility is HP's first university laboratory collaboration in Asia. "The advanced technologies and automation solutions jointly developed by NTU and HP are expected to impact businesses in Singapore and beyond, as these innovations are geared towards efficiency, productivity and most importantly, sustainability," said Prof Lam Khin Yong, NTU's Senior Vice President of research.

HP-NTU Corporate Lab Showcases R&D Innovations And Announces Digital Manufacturing Skills Development Programme 
Asia Pacific Metalworking Equipment News, 22 Jan 

Researchers from global technology leader HP Inc. and NTU Singapore in the HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab has showcased digital manufacturing technologies set to make manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable. The Corporate Lab aims to train some 120 working professionals per year through the new skills development programme, which includes the fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing, digital product designs, data management, automation, user experience and business models. NTU Senior Vice President (Research), Prof Lam Khin Yong said, "The advanced technologies and automation solutions jointly developed by NTU and HP are expected to impact businesses in Singapore and beyond, as these innovations are geared towards efficiency, productivity and most importantly, sustainability.

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