Schaeffler joins A*STAR to boost advanced manufacturing research – Digital Transformation

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Motion technology company, Schaeffler has joined Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) led by Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) in collaboration with the Nanyang Technological University to accelerate translational research for advanced manufacturing.

The partnership aims to nurture innovation projects in additive manufacturing and robotics and also develop new production concepts and technologies at Schaeffler’s production sites globally.

This includes resolving the challenges within additive manufacturing industrialisation, autonomous systems and robotics and intelligent product verification.

Schaeffler’s Chief Operating Officer, Andreas Schick said the collaboration will provide the company a “unique” opportunity to accelerate manufacturing capabilities and processes.

“This takes us a significant step forward in shaping next-level operations,” he added.

The ARTC is a contemporary platform built on public-private partnerships to translate research into industry applications.

With more than 90 industry members, ARTC is said to collaborate with industry, public sector, and academia to bridge technological gaps in adopting manufacturing and remanufacturing processes.

Schaeffler will build capabilities to enhance advanced production technologies currently used in Schaeffler’s manufacturing sites.

ARTC, A*STAR CEO, David Low, said the addition of Schaeffler’s expertise in high-precision engineering will also strengthen ARTC’s industry consortium, leaving more room to co-innovate and tackle diverse problem statements.

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