The formal opening of HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab launched 6 fresh SkillsFuture short classes. All these are related to additive manufacturing. The launch of the courses is to help teach and upskill people of Singapore in digital design and 3D printing.
The short classes are can be paid with SkillsFuture credits. The courses include;
- Digital product designs
- Fundamentals of 3D printing
- User experience
- Business models
- Data management
The Corporate Lab will use these courses to train some 120 working specialists every year.
The experts from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and HP Inc. displayed digital production technologies. These are those that are expected to make production and supply store operations more sustainable affordable, and more efficient.
Among these are the intelligent design software devices that automate high-level customization. There is also the distribution chain prints that allow for quick time to market while reducing the carbon footprint.
This study collaboration between the National Research Foundation Singapore, HP Inc., and NTU was initially declared in 2018, October.
Currently, the Corporate Laboratory’s team of over 60 specialists, engineers and researchers are creating major innovations. They aim to handle some of the major hurdles in digital production. This includes cybersecurity, additive manufacturing, and fresh application, the impact of substitute intelligence as well as machine learning.
This is HP’s premier university lab partnership in Asia. It is also the biggest university partnership across the world. Because of this, the Corporate Lab intends to drive innovation, skills, economic development, and technology. This is crucial for the progress of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
This event was as well a section of the 50th-anniversary commemoration of HP’s availability in Singapore. The worldwide tech firm begun in 1970 with a little assembly firm in Singapore. Currently, the footpring of HP in Singapore consists of Greater Asia area headquarters. It also includes print R&D centers of excellence, international supply chain regulation spires, and manufacturing offices.