Schneider Electric Commits S$16 Million To Build Singapore-Based Companies With Global Potential

Schneider Electric has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) to create a new Venture Building Programme in Singapore.


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The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) foresees the country taking a leading role in development of autonomous vehicles and smart mobility systems

This is following the announcement that the British technology company Dyson will be setting up its automotive manufacturing facility to build electric cars in Singapore.


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Vincent Chong handshaking with Chng Kai Fong

ST Engineering and EDB will work closely to identify and develop growth strategies for targeted industries, such as robotics, smart mobility and health tech, which could be globally competitive business areas for Singapore and ST Engineering.


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Yokogawa Opens ‘In-Space’ in Singapore to Drive Digital Transformation with Industrial Customers

The new customer space promotes interaction among Yokogawa and plant owners, and aims to fully leverage the company’s OpreX suite of technologies and solutions to help upgrade traditional industries and develop the digital plant.


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