NUS nhận 13 triệu SGD để nghiên cứu công nghệ thông minh cho hải cảng thế hệ mới

Thứ bảy, 15/10/2022, 09:55 GMT+7

New funding will accelerate industry adoption of smart digital twin technologies for ports and harness artificial intelligence for maritime applications


Signing of the Letter of Award for the Phase 2 funding for the Centre of Excellence in Modelling and Simulation for Next Generation Ports


Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have been awarded research funding totalling close to S$13 million to develop cutting-edge technologies and systems to boost maritime operations in Singapore. These initiatives were announced at the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) Forum 2022 on 11 October 2022.


The Centre of Excellence in Modelling and Simulation for Next Generation Ports (C4NGP), which is part of NUS College of Design and Engineering (NUS CDE), will receive S$10 million in funding over five years from SMI to embark on Phase 2 of its research goals of developing advanced modelling, simulation and optimisation capabilities for next generation ports and maritime systems. Its key priority will be to translate the Centre’s advanced digital twinning technologies for adoption by local port and maritime related industries.


C4NGP was first established in 2018 by NUS and SMI. The first phase involved an investment of S$18 million for the Centre to conduct research in four key areas: Next Generation Virtual Port Platform; Next Generation Sea-Port Interface Systems; Next Generation Port Systems; and Next Generation Port-Land Interface Systems.


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