TDPK will work with NTU and Vertech Capital through the Centre of Innovation in Energy (EcoLabs) programme to provide True Digital Park’s office space as a living testbed. The testbed will enable pilots for innovative solutions related to green buildings, building management systems, RE integration, and energy efficiency.
CIPL will work with NTU and Vertech Capital through the Centre of Innovation in Energy (EcoLabs) programme to provide Cambridge Park North as a living testbed. The testbed will enable pilots for innovative solutions related to green buildings, building management systems, RE integration, energy efficiency, and e-mobility.
BIAL will provide Airport City as a living testbed for innovative solutions related to green buildings & energy efficiency, e mobility, IoT Big Data & AI and smart cities.
Goal 1: Sustainable
Airport City looking for integrated energy, water, waste management technology.
Goal 2: Smart
Seeking digital twin for the airport to optimize and improve sustainability index of the airport.
Goal 3: Vibrant
Seeking multi-modal and multi-path transport systems solutions.
REIDS is a Singapore-based R3D (Research, Development, Demonstration and Deployment) platform dedicated to designing, demonstrating and testing solutions for sustainable and affordable energy access-for-all in Southeast Asia as well as the future of urban electricity distribution.
Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Continental calls for innovative solutions in the area of electric mobility (charging network infrastructure, battery chemistry and management), autonomous driving (vision-based navigation, localisation and perception) and future mobility (sharing model, travel experiences and connecting vehicles). Startups can also avail Ecolabs-COI funding on 70:30 basis, capped at SGD 500k, upon qualification.
Infineon is looking out for innovative, scalable ideas across 4 main sectors: Automotive, Robotics & IoT, Infrastructure (mobility, renewable energy, charging stations) and Power Supplies, Distribution & Transmission. Direct project funding (in-kind, potential service contract by Infineon), Ecolabs-COI funding on 70:30 basis capped at SGD500k and co-development space will be provided for selected submissions.
Carros Centre is Singapore’s largest Freehold Automobile Mega Hub boosting over 2.3 million square feet of built-up area. Carros Centre will work with NTU on the EcoLabs programme and provide the automobile mega hub as a testbed for innovative solutions for e-mobility, electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles.
1923 keeps leading the frontline of private carpark by constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation. It will work with EcoLabs to provide the carpark as a testbed for innovative solutions for e-mobility, IoT, Big Data & AI.
YCH Group will work with NTU on the EcoLabs programme and provide Supply Chain City as a testbed for new solutions for logistics in areas such as ambient cooling solution for better warehouse zoning, productivity improvement with AI & Big data, opportunity charging solutions and optimization of fleet management.
Our goal is to simulate and build a modular start-up city with start-up techs and explore potential to expand into a modular start-up community with sustainable materials where individuals can live, work, play and exchange ideas. City will be a showcase of the potential of decentralised communities using off-grid technologies, sustainable materials, and exploring the concept of self-sustaining community through experimental plug-n-play solutions.
Temasek Foundation opens its sixth call for proposals for sustainable, innovative solutions to improve liveability on 1 August 2019. This is part of a regular and open cycle of calls, made twice yearly by the Foundation. The next open call is scheduled to be made in the first half of 2020.
See more information at http://www.temasekfoundation-ecosperity.org.sg/ Please express your interest for a joint collaboration with Ecolabs.
EMA rolls out competitive grant calls to catalyse applied research and development (R&D) of innovative technologies and solutions. This aims to address industry-relevant challenges and opportunities in the energy sector that lead to long-term solutions for Singapore's energy challenges. Over the past few years, EMA has awarded over $100 million benefiting over 25 companies and 11 Institutes of Higher Learning/Research Institutes.
More information can be obtained at https://www.ema.gov.sg/Grant_Calls.aspx Please express interest for a joint collaboration with Ecolabs for any of the open EMA calls.
The Innovation Grant and support from the Innovation Centre will assist faculty and their research team move their discovery from the laboratory toward the marketplace. The funding can be used to de-risk the technology by developing prototypes or conducting proof of concept experiments and determine a go-to market strategy for the products or services being developed.
More information on the Grant can be obtained at https://smart.mit.edu/innovation-centre/innovation-centre-grants-programmes