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Arrow Unveils NTU-Arrow Invent Lab

New lab showcases Arrow’s commitment to empowering talent and developing a robust innovation ecosystem

Arrow Electronics has opened the NTU-Arrow Invent Lab in collaboration with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore).

Arrow-LabThe lab is part NTU’s EcoLabs Center of Innovation for Energy initiative to accelerate deep-tech energy innovation development in Singapore. Aimed at the development and deployment of smart energy, mobility and intelligent sensing technologies, the new lab will offer local technology startups, system integrators and industry players free consultation and access to the world-class engineering and supply chain capabilities needed to excel and thrive.

As part of Arrow’s global network of open labs, this new Invent Lab serves as an innovation and experimental platform where the local technology community can develop ideas, unleash creativity, and tap directly into Arrow’s globally diverse engineering resources and tools as they bring their inventions to life.

Professor Lam Khin Yong, NTU’s Senior Vice President (Research) said, “NTU is strategically positioned to foster an innovative ecosystem for startups with our world-class research facilities, strong industry partnerships and renowned academia talent. Our partnership with Arrow creates an invaluable opportunity for innovators and startups to access the latest technologies and connect to world-class suppliers. This joint collaboration will enable the acceleration of our innovation capabilities to support Singapore technology startups in their digital journey. The new NTU-Arrow Invent Lab will elevate the support available to local startups and drive the development of advanced manufacturing, both locally and internationally.”


Nitisha Dubey

I am a Journalist with a post graduate degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. I love reading non-fiction books, exploring different destinations and varieties of cuisines. Biographies and historical movies are few favourites.

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