SELANGOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Malaysia
Selangor Human Resource Development Centre (SHRDC) is a non-for-profit training and talent development centre established in 1992, to appropriately skill Malaysians for a sustained and addressable pool of high impact talents for companies.
The Malaysian Smart Factory (MSF) 4.0 is an emerging technology centre under SHRDC that provides competency-based smart factory training programs in the areas of Smart Factory, Data Automation, Data Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence which are widely used in Industry 4.0 applications. The MSF4.0 aims to drive technology adoption and assist companies to achieve sustainable digital transformation through talent development strategies. The MSF4.0 runs various programmes that train company employees to implement and adopt digital transformation tools and technologies. The MSF 4.0 program by SHRDC offers smart factory competency-based training through technical hands-on and online/remote learning approaches, ideal for relevant skills and talent development towards an Industry 4.0 ready workforce in Malaysia. MSF4.0’s focus is on sustainable digital transformation through talent development because they believe through upskilling and reskilling talent, they would be able to help industries grow and innovate further towards development and adoption of new and emerging technologies.
SINGAPORE HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES CONSORTIUM (HEALTHTEC) Singapore
The Singapore Health Technologies Consortium (HealthTEC) offers a platform for interaction and collaboration between industry and academia to develop and translate health and medical technological innovations in the areas that include, but are not limited, digital health platforms, wearables, sensing technologies, health analytics and artificial intelligence/machine learning, and diagnostics. The Consortium also acts as a national resource in R&D and commercialisation by providing seed funding for collaborative projects, and facilitating licensing of locally developed technologies. HealthTEC is supported by the National Research Foundation (NRF) and hosted at the Institute for Health Innovation and Technology (iHealthtech), National University of Singapore (NUS).
SINGAPORE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ASSOCIATION Singapore
Incorporated since 1982, SIAA is a professional association for companies and professionals in the Automation, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Robotics sectors. To date, SIAA has about 500 active member companies and professionals, representing different industry verticals such as smart cities, buildings, logistics, retail, transportation, tourism, healthcare, and manufacturing.
SIAA plays a crucial role in galvanizing the Automation, IoT and Robotics business community, through its extensive line-up of highly-valued programs and events.
SIAA organizes the Singapore Pavilion for exhibitions under IMAP from International Enterprise Singapore, allowing members to participate in regional trade shows to establish their brand overseas.
SINGAPORE LOGISTICS ASSOCIATION Singapore
Established as the Singapore Freight Forwarders Association in 1973, the association was renamed Singapore Logistics Association (SLA) in 1999 to reflect the growth and wide-ranging activities of its members.
Today, SLA represents over 600 logistics enterprises in Singapore, SLA supports and sustains a vibrant and thriving ecosystem for the logistics sector. We offer a wide range of targeted programmes and initiatives to help businesses emerge stronger, be future ready and to stay ahead of competition. www.sla.org.sg
To nurture a pipeline of global and future ready logistics talents for the industry, The Logistics Academy, a wholly owned subsidiary training arm of SLA was incorporated in 2010 to provide human capital and skills development courses to empower and deepen the skills of the workforce for the logistics sector.
SLIMSTOCK SINGAPORE Singapore
Slimstock is a world market leader in inventory optimisation, providing user-friendly yet sophisticated inventory solutions to customers across industries like eCommerce, Retail & Manufacturing. Headquartered in the Netherlands since 1993, Slimstock has offices in 22 countries including Australia & Singapore.
Slim4 is designed and built to seamlessly integrate with any ERP system. Over 1200 organisations worldwide are backed by Slim4 to date, ensuring they have the right stock, at the right place, at the right time – giving customers the confidence to achieve operational excellence.