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AREAS OF INTEREST

The Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab works across government agencies and companies to bring Innovators and Enterprises one step closer to find and co-create solutions. Through a systematic process of understanding their needs, we scout and curate promising technology solutions to solve open innovation challenges. Contact us at [email protected] to discover, develop, demonstrate and deploy with us in these fields:

Advanced Manufacturing

Industry 4.0/Advanced Manufacturing explores solutions in high-mix-low-volume processes to optimize productivity.  In the overall process planning and management in a warehouse, robots work alongside workforce for tasks shaped by seasonal requirements and influence workflow and workspace designs while maintaining IT and Operational Technology security.

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing offers new approaches to ways we work with data, and it enhances objectivity in our understanding of the environment – so much so that data is now known as the new oil that will drive solutions to address smart city challenges.

Healthcare

Healthcare focuses on enhancing operations in medical facilities, assisting patients’ recovery, and augmenting services by medical staff and caregiver. With the ageing demographics, and potentially a limited human resource; rising healthcare costs; and new diseases to battle, technologies need to come to the fore to address them all.

Intelligent Estate

Intelligent Estate covers the entire value chain of built environment from digital technologies in design and planning; to construction management; to operations, maintenance, and customer experience, etc. And it can span a single building, to a precinct and even a city. The end outcomes are intelligent buildings that are more energy efficient, higher operational productivity, and deliver best-in-class customer experience.

Smart Mobility

Smart Mobility goes beyond AV and EV to C-V2X that addresses safety for Vulnerable Road Users (VRU), fleet management for logistics operations, and, in controlling traffic junctions in a smart city, ease the movement of emergency vehicles. There would be implications on adjacent industries like insurance.

Smart Wellness

Smart Wellness leverages on technologies to keep the population mentally and physically well by addressing Indoor Air Quality at work, home, and at where we play. Making available physiological data that promote wellness and informed choice in lifestyles could perhaps be the apple we have been looking for.

Sustainability

Sustainability prioritises discovery, adoption, proliferation of technologies in energy efficiency, water conservation and waste treatment/processing. We would take a data-driven approach.

Urban Agriculture

Urban Agriculture explores solutions to support food and nutrition needs of urban populations through technologies and reference models for indoor and outdoor farming in an urban setting, as well as alternative proteins. These can be further expanded upstream and downstream to cover seed technologies, and integration into retail and distribution.

Urban Logistics

Urban Logistics deals with optimizing complex last-mile deliveries, the behind-the-scenes of e-commerce, or the congestions at shopping mall loading-and-unloading bays, etc.

5G & LoRaWAN:

Sub-6 5G and 5G mmWave, LoRaWAN, etc. are enabling technologies. We are interested to explore new applications to support the above 9 industry verticals:

  1. Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) for smart mobility in AVs, EVs and ICE vehicles
  2. Outdoor robotic solutions for last-mile delivery and cleaning
  3. Solutions to accelerate indoor 5G adoption
  4. Robot-elevator-door-gantry mobility-accessibility-productivity integration
  5. LoRaWAN IoT devices

BenchArt Singapore Science Park – Call for Innovative Solution

In celebration of Singapore Science Park’s 40th anniversary in 2023, CapitaLand Development (CLD) is embarking on “BenchArt Singapore Science Park” program – a new creative placemaking initiative to bring artworks closer to the local community and turn public and green spaces in the park into places that connect with the community.

The program involves the placement of 40 artistically decorated picnic benches in the open and public places within Singapore Science Park. With these installations, CLD hopes to draw corresponding technologies and analytics to better understand the utilization and pattern of use of the benches.

CLD, together with the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab (Lab), is launching this Call for Innovative Solution (CFIS) to address this analytic need.

We will conduct a briefing of the CFIS on 10 April 2023, 1.30pm – 3.00pm at the Lab. Please RSVP by scanning the QR code if you would like to attend the briefing.

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Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab

Co-innovation Challenges

Events

May 29, 2024

The recent symposium on Robotics for Facilities Management brought together thought leaders, industry experts, and institutional representatives to explore the transformative potential of robotics in this field.

Apr 17, 2024

Together with Energy Systems Catapult UK, the mart Urban Co-Innovation Lab (“the Lab”) hosted the inaugural UK-SG event on quot;Innovation in Energy Optimisation" on 17 Apr 2024. The event marked a pivotal moment in fostering ross-country collaborations towards addressing pressing sustainability challenges. In partnership with Singapore Science Park...

MAR 27, 2024

We are privileged to have Gerald Ng from the Agency for Integrated Care and Prof Ang Wei Tech from Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore to discuss how we can help/motivate limb-affected persons (suffering from stroke, frailty, and fall) alleviate physical impediments in their rehabilitation journey towards normalcy from rehabilitation center to home to community.

Feb 28, 2024

We kicked off the year’s MeaThe Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) significantly impacts the well-being and productivity of individuals across diverse indoor environments. We are privileged to have Derek Lee from JAS Worldwide
and Maurice Tan from MOHT to share their experiences

Jan 31, 2024

We kicked off the year’s Members Get Together on 31 Jan 2024 learning from partners on their sustainability journeys. During the fireside chat, we emphasized the importance of leveraging partnerships and outreach of innovative

Sept 27, 2023

Being a part of the Learning C.A.R.E.nival organized by CapitaLand Investment on 27th September 2023 at the Bridge+, CapitaSky is indeed an honor. Our participation in the Showcase Atrium,

Sept 27, 2023

We are honoured and thank you to our partners Lynette Lee from SC Ventures, Dobrin Dimitrov from Faradai, Dr Lim Chee Chong from Advancer Smart Technology for sharing at “Innovation Made Real 2023” on 27 Sep, Wed, 10:30am – 7:00pm at the Ascent.

Aug 30, 2023

Supported Wow!Taiwan Project in their Singapore Smart Energy Challenges x Taiwan Solutions event, where industry leaders and experts from Singapore and Taiwan came together to discuss innovative solutions for the smart energy sector. This event also offered innovators a unique opportunity to network with key players in the industry and gain valuable insights into the latest trends and technologies.

Aug 24, 2023

Climate risks and ESG considerations are becoming increasingly important to real estate investment and development decisions. In this panel on “Transforming Real Estate through Data and Analytics”, we speak with industry experts to shed light on the challenges facing the industry

July 26, 2023

The fireside chat on “Co-innovation to Transform Future Healthcare” was held successfully at the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab on July 26, 2023. We were honoured to have the following industry experts to share their insights and innovations in the healthcare industry:

June 28, 2023

The fireside chat on "Co-innovation in Smart Facility Management" was held successfully at the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab on June 28, 2023, in the afternoon. The event brought together industry experts and participants for an engaging discussion on various aspects of co-innovation in smart facility management.

May 31, 2023

Smart city development requires a multi-faceted approach that encompasses various levels, from individual tenants to buildings and eventually to the entire city.

April 26, 2023

The Accessibility and Mobility Call for Innovation (CFI) by Hyundai Motor Group, Lions Befrienders, SG Enable, EM Services, and the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab received 25 concepts to address accessibility and mobility challenges faced by the elderly and persons with disabilities in transportation and building infrastructures.

March 23, 2023

Stephanie Tan from Electrical Vehicle Centre, Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore, Terence Siew from Electric Vehicle Association of Singapore, Leopold Mathieu from DHL, and Derek Lee from JAS Worldwide for sharing their views in the Fireside Chat on “Moving Towards an Electrified Future

February 22, 2023

When embarking on the sustainability journey, where would a business even begin?


On 22 February 2023, we brought together Johnson Controls, Faradai, Advancer Smart Technology, Terrascope, and SC Ventures by Standard Chartered to address the increasing need for end-to-end and viable sustainability efforts.

January 11, 2023

We believe that an impactful approach to address a smart city challenge takes a village. The briefing of the Call for Innovation (CFI) to co-develop Accessibility and Mobility solutions in Transportation and Infrastructure for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities held at the Lab on 11 Jan 2023 was evidence of that.

November 22, 2022

As 2022 comes to a close, we invited our Lab members for a Get Together session on 22 Nov 2022 and shared about our key activities and milestones. Aylwin Tan, director of the Lab, highlighted the outcomes that the Lab wants to achieve: 1) to help our partners to access emerging opportunities and achieve sustainability goals; 2) a reference lab to showcase future office space.

October 1, 2022

Over 50 individuals representing 30 organizations (hospitals, healthcare, logistics, facility management, research institutes, government entities, hospitality, social service agencies) observed the robotic pilot trials held at the Galen on 1 Oct 2022.

August 31, 2022

The fireside chat explored challenges in the 2 communities amongst us – elderly and disabled – and ways to leverage technologies – robotics and mobility – to benefit one another in environments that we work, live-play, learn in – HDB and other Built Environment.

August 25, 2022

As part of the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab's involvement in the East Coast Vibrant initiative, we are pleased to support Huawei Singapore Tech4City competition and inspiring the participants and guests in smart city technologies.

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