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Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership Council (MLC)
Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership Council (MLC)
United States | Association / Alliance
The Manufacturing Leadership Council (MLC), a Frost & Sullivan company, is a member-driven, global network comprised of senior-level executives in the manufacturing sector. A global community of members connects across all different business sectors and functional roles. Chief executives and their leadership teams are empowered to identify the most pressing challenges and most lucrative opportunities presented by disruptive innovation by harnessing the collective knowledge of the brightest minds in the industry.
Future Cities Catapult
Future Cities Catapult
United Kingdom | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
Based in the heart of London, our role is to get people working together to solve real challenges faced by real cities right now. Cities sharing what’s worked for them in the past. Companies and universities working together. New innovations being road tested at scale. New solutions getting to market. Teaming up to remove barriers to innovation. The Future Cities Catapult is a neutral space where all this happens. We’re making London the place to come for cities that need help with urban innovation. And we’re also driving future economic growth in the process. Because we’re based in London we unlock global markets for British business, and help UK businesses create the products and services that cities need around the world.We help other organisations accelerate their urban ideas to market, to help make cities healthier, safer, more efficient places, whilst also growing the UK economy. We bring together businesses, universities and city leaders that understand the problems that cities face, now and in the future. Then, we provide additional support with our multidisciplinary team and world-class facilities to help them create the most effective solutions.Learn more at: https://futurecities.catapult.org.uk/faqs
Future Internet Assembly (FIA)
Future Internet Assembly (FIA)
European Union | Inter-Governmental Organization (IGO)
Currently FIA brings together around 150 research projects that are part of Challenge 1 of the ICT programme of FP7. These projects are advancing the state of the art in:- The network of the future- Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering- Internet-connected objects- Trustworthy ICT- Networked Media and Search Systems- Socio-economic considerations for the Future Internet- Application domains for the Future Internet- Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE)The Assembly is structured to permit open interactions and cross-fertilization across technical domains, reaching out to whoever has talent in Europe's Future Internet research community.It works towards:- Vision, challenges, scenarios and roadmaps for FI research.- The development of pre-normative principles, concepts, design, architectures, recommendations and functional specifications of key FI system components and their interfaces.- The development and maintenance of a consolidated calendar of events.- Steering the FIA community towards a higher degree of coordination and integration of the FI research actions by improving communication and collaboration between participating communities and improving the visibility of research results.
Future Internet Public Private Partnership (FI PPP)
Future Internet Public Private Partnership (FI PPP)
European Union | Government
The Future Internet Public-Private Partnership (FI-PPP) is a European programme for Internet innovation. It is aimed at accelerating the development and adoption of Future Internet technologies in Europe, advancing the European market for smart infrastructures and increasing the effectiveness of business processes through the Internet.With over a billion users worldwide, the Internet is one of history’s great success stories. However, today’s Internet was designed in the 1970s, for purposes that bear little resemblance to current and future usage scenarios. Many challenges in the areas of technology, business, society and governance will have to be overcome if the future development of the Internet is to sustain the networked society of tomorrow.To face these challenges, in 2011, the European Commission launched the Future Internet Public-Private Partnership Programme (FI-PPP). The main goal is to advance a shared vision for harmonized European technology platforms and their implementation, as well as the integration and harmonization of the relevant policy, legal, political and regulatory frameworks. As set forth in the Digital Agenda for Europe, these are considered to be prerequisites to build an inclusive knowledge society.The third phase of the FI-PPP (September 2014-September 2016) is very much focused on entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs. It is aimed at improving a stable infrastructure for the large-scale trials and at creating a sustainable ecosystem for SME-driven innovation through the selection of 16 business accelerators (FIWARE Accelerator Programme). Goals include:- Expansion of use cases by developing applications and services- Extending the technology foundation- Launch of the FIWARE Accelerator Programme with more than 1000 entrepreneurs, startups or SMEs benefiting.
FuturePlay
FuturePlay
Accelerator
FuturePlay is an accelerator and early-stage investor specialized in deep tech startups. Founded in 2014 in Seoul, South Korea, FuturePlay have invested in 55 deep tech, mainly South Korea's startups and about one third of them are US-based startups. FuturePlay is expanding target regions to Southeast Asia like Singapore, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. It also plays a role of LP of some tech-focused funds like 500 Kimchi (500Startups' Korean Fund) and Zeroth.ai (http://zeroth.ai/). FuturePlay is venture-backed mainly from global enterprises such as CISCO, DeNA, LG, NHN, SK Planet. FuturePlay has two acceleration program, TechUP and TechUP+. TechUP is annual batch program which is a kind of company-building with deep tech engineers. TechUP+ is a co-acceleration program with large enterprise specialized in a particular industry like food, beauty, energy, etc. The first TechUP+ is sponsored by AmorePacific, the number one cosmetic company in Asia, and is running now with 5 beauty tech startups.
Gaorong Capital
Gaorong Capital
China | Venture Capital
Investors of Gaorong Capital include world-class sovereign wealth funds, university endowment funds, family foundations, pension funds and fund of funds, as well as successful entrepreneurs, including founders and managements of Tencent, Alibaba, Baidu, JD, Xiaomi, Focus Media and VIPShop. They will provide with valuable industry resources, entrepreneurial experience, and global perspectives.
Genesia Ventures
Genesia Ventures
Japan | Venture Capital
Genesia Ventures is a venture capital firm focused on seed/early stage startups in Japan and Southeast Asia. Since it's inception in Dec 2016, Genesia Ventures has invested in over 60 companies in Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore and the US. Genesia Ventures invests in various sectors: SaaS, marketplace, Media, Finance, Insurance, RealEstate, Healthcare, Medical, Travel, Education, Manufacturing, Construction, HR, Agriculture, Sports, Retail, Entertainment, etc.
German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
Germany | Research Center
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), with sites in Kaiserslautern, Saarbrücken, Bremen and a project office in Berlin, is the leading German research institute in the field of innovative software technology. In the international scientific community, DFKI ranks among the most recognized "Centers of Excellence" and currently is the biggest research center worldwide in the area of Artificial Intelligence and its application in terms of number of employees and the volume of external funds.The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) was founded in 1988 and has research facilities in Kaiserslautern, Saarbrücken, Bremen and a project office in Berlin. In the field of innovative commercial software technology using Artificial Intelligence, DFKI is the leading research center in Germany.DFKI is actively involved in numerous organizations representing and continuously advancing Germany as an excellent location for cutting-edge research and technology. Far beyond the country’s borders DFKI enjoys an excellent reputation for its academic training of young scientists. At present, 478 highly qualified researchers and 337 graduate students from more than 60 countries are contributing to 180 DFKI research projects. DFKI serves as a stepping stone to leading positions in industry and successful careers as founders of spin-off companies. Over the years, more than 98 staff members have been appointed professors at universities in Germany and abroad.DFKI is the only German research institute for Computer Science being a member in the three leading research clusters and co-founder of Software Campus, Academy Cube, Smart Data Innovation Lab and Volkswagen Data Lab.
GGV Capital
GGV Capital
China | Venture Capital
GGV Capital is a global venture capital firm that invests in local founders. As a multi-stage, sector-focused firm, GGV focuses on seed-to-growth stage investments across Consumer/New Retail, Social/Digital & Internet, Enterprise/Cloud and Frontier Tech sectors. The firm was founded in 2000 and manages $6.2 billion in capital across 13 funds. Past and present portfolio companies include Affirm, Airbnb, Alibaba, Bitsight, ByteDance (Toutiao), Ctrip, Didi Chuxing, Grab, Gladly, Hello Chuxing, HashiCorp, Houzz, Keep, LingoChamp, Namely, Niu, Nozomi Networks, Opendoor, Peloton, Poshmark, Slack, Square, Wish, Xauto, Xiaohongshu, Yellow, YY, Zhaoyou and more. The firm has offices in Beijing, San Francisco, Shanghai and Silicon Valley.
Global Brain Corporation
Global Brain Corporation
Japan | Venture Capital
Global Brain (GB) is an early stage venture capital firm based in Tokyo, expanding its investment activities in the US and Asia. Since 2001, GB has invested in about 30 companies selectively, provided full services and resources and achieved 7 IPOs and 7 M&As. GB accelerates growth of portfolio companies in a long run by providing not only capital but also supports to build strategies, partnerships and a team to achieve their milestones. GB is strong at e-commerce and forms a platform called EC-PLANET among its group companies: a listed DRTV/Infomercial company, one of the largest sport goods online stores, a logistics company that can provide comprehensive fulfillment services and a social media company that can develop web services. EC-PLANET, GB's resources and accesses to Japanese established companies can help Japan entry of US/Asian companies. GB recently invested in zozi and is trying to identify outstanding venture companies and management teams to build a business together across the Pacific.
Global Certification Forum (GFC)
Global Certification Forum (GFC)
United Kingdom | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Global Certification Forum (GCF) is the organisational backbone to GCF Certification. Founded in 1999, the membership driven Forum brings together technical experts from the world's leading Manufacturers, Operators and the Test Industry. Together members define the certification requirements that really work for the industry - because they have been developed by the industry.Any device incorporating cellular mobile connectivity can be certified:- Featurephones and Smartphones- Tablets- USB Modems- Portable WiFi Hotspots- Embedded Modules- Laptops- Connected Consumer and M2M/IoT devicesThe GCF scheme evolves in sync with developments in mobile technologies and the changing needs of the industry. It is the only device certification scheme that cover all these technologies:- LTE (3GPP)- 3G UMTS (3GPP)- GSM (3GPP)- CDMA2000 (3GPP2)GCF members include leading mobile network operators representing all the key markets worldwide, over 70 device manufacturers and other stakeholders such as test system suppliers and test laboratories.GCF's current priorities are to reduce industry costs and improve end-user experience by:- Promoting adoption of GCF certification by the mobile industry in markets where it is not presently used- Promoting GCF Certification for any product that incorporates mobile connectivity- Increasing the use of GCF Certification in its current core markets in Asia Pacific, China, Europe and North America,
Global M2M Association (GMA)
Global M2M Association (GMA)
European Union | Association / Alliance
The GMA is an association of leading mobile operators with world-class networks.We have made it easier for global enterprises to deploy and manage M2M services across the world by aligning our operational processes, enhancing quality of service (QoS) and creating common services.We have proven experience and know-how in supporting business-critical M2M services and collectively connect tens of millions of M2M devices. As established operators with a long history in M2M, you can be assured that our members offer outstanding levels of support and customer care.We currently provide enhanced M2M connectivity services throughout 33 countries in Europe and in key markets in North America, South America and Asia. Within Europe our networks reach 94% of the European population. As new members join, our footprint will expand.Your customers will be expecting a high-quality, seamless service from their connected device: we ensure this happens straight out of the box. We help ensure this through our module certification program and by aligning our operational support processes.We develop secure and reliable solutions that make it easier for enterprises to deploy connected devices on a global scale. In 2015, we will launch Multi-Domestic Service, an innovative M2M connectivity management service that combines an embedded SIM with a global management platform.
Global Standards Organization (GS1)
Global Standards Organization (GS1)
Belgium | Association / Alliance
GS1 is a neutral, not-for-profit, international organization that develops and maintains standards for supply and demand chains across multiple sectors.GS1 Story - It all began with a barcode...Beep! On 26 June 1974, a packet of chewing gum became the first barcoded product to be scanned in store. Today, barcodes play a crucial supply chain role, ensuring products hit retail shelves at the right times.We manage the barcode standard used by retailers, manufacturers and suppliers. If you want to put a barcode on an item that can be scanned anywhere in the world, you need to talk to us.But although our story started with the barcode, our standards have evolved to reflect and influence the world in which we live and work.They boost efficiency in many sectors, from retail and health to transport and logistics. Always working for our members, we’re opening doors and driving down the costs of doing business.
Globis Capital Partners
Globis Capital Partners
Japan | Venture Capital
Globis Capital Partners (GCP) is one of Japan's leading venture capital firms. With its unique combination of local business presence through Globis Group and the experience of Western VC experience, GCP has set new VC standards in Japan, with hands-on, and in-depth industry expertise.
GMO VenturePartners
GMO VenturePartners
Japan | Venture Capital
GMO Venture Partners is an early and growth stage investment subsidiary of GMO Internet Group, one of the most comprehensive providers of industry-leading Internet services in Japan. The firm has a strong presence in supporting startups from EC, payment, ad-tech and enterprise SAAS sectors in regions such as Japan, China, Vietnam, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and the US. GMO VenturePartners Inc has invested in over 50 startups in over the past years and eight companies went public.
Gobi Partners
Gobi Partners
China | Venture Capital
Gobi Partners was first established over 15 years ago to focus on home-grown innovation that was emerging from IT, TMT convergence, and the digital media revolution in China. In these 15 years, not only has the entire venture capital ecosystem made great strides forward, but we have also grown to be one of the leading early stage investors in IT in China. Today, Gobi manages eight funds, and has grown to seven offices across China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Jakarta. We maintain our investment focus on early stage, IT and digital media companies in China and Southeast Asia. As a pioneer in this field, we believe that the key to success is a consistent investment philosophy: focusing on core competencies and staying ahead of the curve.
Golden Equator Capital
Golden Equator Capital
Singapore | Venture Capital
Headquartered in Singapore, Golden Equator Capital empowers businesses through an experienced team of professionals. We hold a Capital Markets Services License from the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Our mission goes beyond facilitating the acceleration of our business partners - we are actively building our ecosystem to explore and innovate. Backing the boldest and most passionate founders, our philosophy centres around sound strategy, guidance and enriching sustainable companies. OUR APPROACH Creating synergistic relationships: Identifying promising companies looking to grow exponentially, we partner with founders to help shape companies into strong, sustainable and viable businesses. Connecting the dots: Our professionals, network of expert mentors and consultants provide a wealth of expertise and experience to our portfolio companies. Providing an exceptional environment: Our collaborative and synergy-rich community provides a hotbed for innovation and productivity.
Golden Gate Ventures
Golden Gate Ventures
Singapore | Venture Capital
Golden Gate Ventures is an early-stage venture capital firm investing across Southeast Asia. Since 2011, the firm has invested in over 30 companies across more than 7 countries in Asia. The firm invests in internet and mobile startups across many sectors, including e-commerce, payments, marketplaces, mobile applications, and SaaS platforms. The General Partners are serial entrepreneurs with decades of Silicon Valley experience. Their LP network includes founders and early employees from Paypal, Yelp, Mint, and Sony Entertainment TV. Their portfolio includes the online grocer RedMart.sg, Bessemer's backed Nitrous.io, and Indonesia's mobile payments company CodaPayments.com Golden Gate Venture was founded by [Vinnie Lauria](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/vincent-lauria) and Battle Ventures co-founder Jeffrey Paine. [i/o Ventures](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/ventures) co-founder [Paul Bragiel](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/paul-bragiel) represents Golden Gate Ventures in Silicon Valley.
GreenTouch
GreenTouch
Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
GreenTouch is a consortium of leading Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, academic and non-governmental research experts dedicated to fundamentally transforming communications and data networks, including the Internet, and significantly reducing the carbon footprint of ICT devices, platforms and networks.Two factors motivated the formation of GreenTouch in early 2010. First, energy consumption in ICT networks is increasing in part due to exponential network growth, especially with the explosion of wireless data traffic. Network growth is outpacing equipment efficiency, which is slowing as limits to historical capacity and scaling laws loom. This trend could adversely affect the Internet and the broad energy efficiency benefits that ICT networks and associated smart technologies enable. The second motivation is the urgent need to meet the global challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Every industry must play its part and ICT, at the forefront of technology, can be a leader here.To dramatically reduce the energy consumption of today’s ICT networks, a radical new approach was needed. Meeting the challenge depends on collaborative efforts that take advantage of innovation and expertise from around the world. GreenTouch brings together this expertise in a consortium whose members -- leading industry enterprises, entrepreneurs, and researchers from across the ICT community -- work in concert to invent the technologies that can achieve sustainable networks in the decades to come.GreenTouch has also been stimulated by recent research that identifies a gap between rapid network growth rates today and historical equipment efficiency improvements -- a gap that promises to increase over the decades ahead. Technologies in use today, even considering best-case projected energy efficiency improvements, are not expected to be sufficient to check the rate of energy consumption over the long term. At the same time, key technology energy limits associated with existing underlying components of ICT networks (optical, wireless, electronics, routing, architecture, etc.) are still many orders of magnitude below current operating levels.
Guangzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone & Guangzhou High-tech Industrial Development Zone
Guangzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone & Guangzhou High-tech Industrial Development Zone
China | Technology Park
Guangzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone (Guangzhou ETDZ) and Guangzhou High-tech Industrial Development Zone (Guangzhou HIDZ) are located in Guangzhou Development District (Guangzhou DD). Guangzhou ETDZ was among the first state-level economic and technological development zones approved by the State Council in 1984. Guangzhou HIDZ was one of the first state-level High-tech industrial development zones established with the State Council's approval in 1991. Guangzhou DD has a strong automobile industry base. The Guangzhou Development District Automobile Industry (Trade) Base, located in Guangzhou DD, has attracted 118 automobile, auto parts and auto accessories firms, including Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Honeywell, Omron, Delphi Packard and other industrial giants.
Guangzhou Nansha Economic and Technological Development Zone
Guangzhou Nansha Economic and Technological Development Zone
China | Technology Park
The zone is one of the country's top three shipbuilding bases, a national manufacturing and export base for autos and components, and a nuclear power manufacturing base in Pearl River Delta region. It has attracted a number of Global Fortune 500 companies. The zone has cooperated with Hong Kong Huo's Group to build an auto ferry, passenger port with unloading capacity of 10,000 tons, and two berths that capable of 25,000 tons , which have all resulted in favorable social and economic benefits. The opening of Humen Bridge has further transformed Nansha ETDZ into a hub for import, export and cargo distribution in the Pearl River Delta region.
Hangzhou High Tech Zone
Hangzhou High Tech Zone
China | Technology Park
Hangzhou High-Tech Zone (Binjiang) has followed the leadership of Scientific Outlook on Development, and persisted in “development of high technology and realization of industrialization” since it was established. By expressing the advantages in system, mechanism, management, service and location, it has attracted innovation resources, optimized innovation environment, perfected regional innovation system continuously, and accelerated the cultivation of innovation-driven economic development growing endogenously. Rapid and sound development has been realized for the economy and society. According to the comprehensive ranking of state-level hi-tech zones published by Ministry of Science and Technology in Jul. 2014, Hangzhou High-Tech Zone is ranked fifth, entering the first square of national high-tech zones. It has been ranked first in the comprehensive assessment of strong industry counties (cities and districts) in Zhejiang Province for three consecutive years. It has become the most important scientific and technological achievement industrialization base, technological innovation demonstration base, innovative talent cultivation base, high-tech product export base and overseas high-level talents’ innovation and entrepreneurial base in Zhejiang Province.
Har Hotzvim
Har Hotzvim
Israel | Technology Park
Har-Hotzvim Hi-Tech Park gathers the best companies in the hi-tech industry, making it one of the largest and leading hi-tech centers in Israel.The park includes leading international and Israeli companies such as Intel, Teva, Cisco, Ophir Optronics Solutions, Medinol, BrightSource, Mobileye, Rafa Laboratories, Omrix and many others. Beyond that, the park is a home for medium-size hi-tech companies as well as small start-ups.Har-Hotzvim Hi-Tech Park was established at the beginning of the seventies at the North-western edges of the city of Jerusalem. It was meant to be the technology development center of Jerusalem. Since then the park has grown and became an important and leading hi-tech center at the heart of Israel, which attracts employees not only from Jerusalem but also from Tel-Aviv and its suburbs. About 9,500 employees are currently working in the various companies inside the park.Har-Hotzvim Hi-Tech Park is conveniently located close to all major transport routes of Metropolitan Jerusalem and allows excellent accessibility for those coming from Jerusalem and elsewhere, as well as those coming from Modi’in and Tel Aviv.The park is currently under development and expansion plans after which it is intended to employ about 15,000 workers in hundreds of hi-tech companies. As part of these processes there are plans to upgrade sidewalks and landscape, to construct a recreational plaza with cafes, two new roads and underground parking lots and provide commercial services such as kindergarten and other services that will address all the needs of employees and companies in the park.
Hart Communication Foundation
Hart Communication Foundation
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The majority of smart field devices installed worldwide today are HART-enabled. The HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) Protocol is the global standard for sending and receiving digital information across analog wires between smart devices and control or monitoring system.
HATCHER+
HATCHER+
Singapore | Venture Capital
A new approach to venture capital.Hatcher+ uses deep learning and partnerships with leading early-stage investors to invest in leading early-stage companies. The Hatcher+ US$125,000,000 H2 Fund is one of the most active early-stage investors in the world.We're combining deep learning, quantitative investment strategies, business process automation, and a global network of co-investors - with the goal of delivering predictable returns to investors.In the past year, we've analyzed 11,762 deals and completed 105 investments. Want to build your own portfolio? Our investors enjoy free access to founder teams - and zero-fee, no-limit co-investment rights.Our experts have analyzed over 550,000 venture events spanning 20 years. Our AI-based investment models are designed to minimize risk and maximize profitability.
HAX Accelerator
HAX Accelerator
China | Accelerator
HAX is an investment company and as such is fully aligned with the success of the companies it helps. There is no fee, no middleman, no trick to force you to work with someone. Our team will work day in and day out to help you overcome the many challenges ahead. We have created a sustainable environment for entrepreneurs to start their hardware venture from scratch and reach tens of millions of dollars in sales reliably. By spearheading the hardware renaissance and being the most prolific investor in the hardware space, HAX has created a system in which founders are empowered and confident that their future will be awesome.
HIGHROAD
HIGHROAD
Israel | Accelerator
Highroad is realizing the future of urban tech innovation, from conception, through planning, development, fundraising, production and implementation. The Highroad Launchpad will help promising start-ups in the fields of urban tech with the tools they need to optimize their offering and better plan their journey to seamless, innovative success. The program will take place in three annual cohorts. Each cohort of the 12-week Highroad Launchpad program focuses on launching up to 5 early-stage start-ups from a variety of urban tech verticals towards initial success.
Highway1
Highway1
United States | Accelerator
Hardware startups are hard. Hardware companies face unique barriers to design, manfacturing, distrubution and retail. We created the Highway1 program to offer a collaborative, handson environment to help startups move through these challenges and reach a looks like, works like prototype ready for manufacturing. The four-moneth program is an intense immersion into how to sacle a hardware company, wihcih includes full time product design and engineering support, 24/7 access tot a prototyping lab, facotry visits to learn about manfacrturing and supply chain manangement at-scale, and marketing, retail and funding support. The program accepts up to 10 startups twice each year, once in the spring and once in the fall. So far we have accepted 79 companies form 13 different countries, that have gone on to raise more than $120 million in venture and crowd funding.
Home Gateway Initiative (HGI)
Home Gateway Initiative (HGI)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) is nonprofit trade organization to discuss the key specifications and standards of residential gateways, also known as home gateways.Te HGI, founded by leading broadband service providers in Europe and Asia, with the participation of leading vendors of digital home equipment, silicon, software, and services, has been the key industry alliance setting requirements for Home Gateways and the Smart Home. Starting from use cases and services, HGI set requirements for Home Gateways, Home Networks, and the Smart Home, developed test specifications, test programs, test tools, and open source software, and assisted its members in addressing the broadband home market. HGI worked from April 2005 to June 30, 2016. The HGI’s work took place in quarterly face-face meetings, and teleconferences, starting in Paris in 2005 until the final meeting in Venice in March, 2016.
Hong Kong Science Park
Hong Kong Science Park
China | Technology Park
Elevate Hong Kong into a regional hub for innovation and technology development has been our vision since our inception in 2002. Throughout the years, we have cultivated a fertile ground for our innovation and technology ecosystem to thrive, and we will continue to evolve our services to help innovators stand amongst the world’s best.We channel supportive initiatives and resources to five major technologies clusters – Biomedical Technology, Electronics, Green Technology, Information and Communications Technology and Material and Precision Engineering. The technology clusters contribute to devising innovative solutions for three platforms in focus – Smart City, Healthy Ageing and Robotics.
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