ROLLS-ROYCE@NTU CORPORATE LABORATORY TO ADDRESS 3D PRINTING CHALLENGES IN NEXT $64M PHASE

3D Printing Industry | 7/19/2019 | Beau Jackson
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The Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Laboratory in Singapore is entering a new phase to help improve the city-state’s manufacturing operations, particularly in the aerospace industry. Additive manufacturing, AI, Data Analytics, Machine Learning and the Internet of Things will all play a part in the facility’s new Phase II funded by S$88 million ($64.8 million USD) from its founding partners.

“The Rolls-Royce@NTU Corp Lab is a fine demonstration of NTU scientists working with the industry to develop relevant solutions to meet real-world issues,” comments Professor Subra Suresh, President of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), “The first phase of research has achieved remarkable success with more than 50 research projects that can create significant impact in the aerospace industry.”

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“BUILDING ON THAT SUCCESS, WE ARE NOW MOVING INTO THE SECOND PHASE WITH RENEWED COMMITMENT AND NEW PROJECTS THAT WILL ELEVATE OUR COLLABORATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL.”

Established in 2013, the Rolls-Royce@NTU Corp Lab is a joint R&D initiative set up by NTU, Singapore’s National Research Foundation (NRF) and British multinational engineering company Rolls-Royce. Over the past six years, for Phase I, the lab has successfully managed 53 research projects for the advancement of aerospace manufacturing. Research topics included power electronics, data analytics, and repair and manufacturing technologies, each of which can be applied to the development of future propulsion systems and other manufacturing operations. One of the outcomes of the collaborative so far is a virtual engine emulator. Powered by AI, this program is capable of analyzing decades of data for new insights into engine performance. In Phase II, a further 29 projects will be launched, working with Industry 4.0 drive technologies. As with the first phase, research will be direct toward five key pillars:

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