The Singapore Air Show 2018 takes place in the context of Singapore’s exciting digital transformation journey. Highly ambitious and already ahead of the race toward becoming a digital nation, Singapore is looking to technology as both a key economic driver and as a means to create a more engaging nation. At Thales, we are proud to support Singapore on its journey. Whether it is transporting people from one place to another or securing digital transactions, Singapore can rely on Thales’s solutions.
Committed to developing the next generation of talents
But it is not just about the technology. Singapore prides itself on developing some of the finest talents in the industry. Thales does not strive to be a mere technology provider; we are committed to developing the next generation of talents for the country.
Our strategic academic partnership with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) resulted in the establishment of two research laboratories: CINTRA, for nanotechnologies, and S4TIN, where new technologies for micro and nano-satellites are explored. The Thales-NTU partnership was recently ranked #50 in the ranking by prestigious journal Nature of the world’s top 100 corporate-academic partnerships.
The Thales Innovation Hub in Singapore brings some of the best minds together for cross-functional collaborations in co-designing, prototyping and testing new concepts across a wide range of industries. We also partnered with Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) to attain fresh perspectives and to grow a pool of design-conscious engineering talents in Singapore. And, with the only Research & Technology (R&T) centre in Asia, Thales is able to facilitate the transfer of knowledge from Europe to Singapore and to develop innovative prototypes and solutions for a variety of markets.
At Thales, when it comes to fulfilling Singapore’s digital nation ambition, we do whatever it takes.