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60 Nanyang View, Singapore 639673
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About Smart Mobility Test Bed (SMTB)
The NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Test Bed was inaugurated in April 2015 at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore to serve as a common facility for ITS community to collaborate in developing and testing of next generation transportation innovations that enhance commuter safety and transportation services.

The NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Test Bed is a high-tech living test bed for Vehicle to-Everything (V2X) technology which will allow vehicles to communicate with each other, pedestrians and roadside infrastructure for a safer and more efficient driving experience.

Companies and researchers can deploy, test and validate future V2X solutions in this $22 million test bed at the 200-hectare NTU campus, equivalent to the size of about 278 football fields.

Organised by:
AGENDA
Live Demonstrations
SPEAKERS
Prof Louis Phee

Prof Louis Phee

Dean, College of Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

Mr. Pee Beng Kong

Mr. Pee Beng Kong

Director, Economic Development Board

Mr. Andrew Turley

Mr. Andrew Turley

Senior Director of Innovation & V2X Business Development, NXP

Prof Guan Yong Liang

Prof Guan Yong Liang

Nanyang Technological University

Prof Lu Yilong

Prof Lu Yilong

Nanyang Technological University

Prof Tay Wee Peng

Prof Tay Wee Peng

Nanyang Technological University

Prof Kin K Leung

Prof Kin K Leung

Imperial College London

Prof Sonia M Heemstra

Prof Sonia M Heemstra

Eindhoven University of Technology

Prof Henk Wymeersch

Prof Henk Wymeersch

Chalmers University of Technology

Prof Jonas Martesson

Prof Jonas Martesson

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Prof Raymond W. Yeung

Prof Raymond W. Yeung

Co-Director, Institute of Network Coding, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Prof Ma Maode

Prof Ma Maode

Nanyang Technological University

Prof Su Rong

Prof Su Rong

Nanyang Technological University

Prof Justin Dauwels

Prof Justin Dauwels

Nanyang Technological University

CONSORTIUM MEMBERS
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PAST EVENTS
Smart Mobility Technology Showcase – 23 August 2017
NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Technology Showcase – 23 AUG 2017
(Credit to NTU)
Launch of Smart Mobility Consortium – 18 January 2017
NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Industry
Partnership Showcase 18 Jan 2017
(Credit to NTU)
Smart Mobility Consortium Launch
(Credit to NXP Semiconductor)
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Partners: Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI)

Company profile: Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) was founded by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in 2000 with the mission of enhancing Hong Kong’s competitiveness in technology-based industries through applied research.

Expertise: ASTRI’s core R&D competences in various areas are organised under seven Technology Divisions, namely Communications Technologies, Electronics Components, IC Design (Analog), IC Design (Digital), Opto-electronics, Security and Data Sciences and Software and Systems. Four areas of applications are identified for major pursuits, including financial technologies, intelligent manufacturing, next generation networks and medical and health.

Role in Consortium: ASTRI participates in the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Consortium as a member to present and demonstrate advanced software technologies for Internet-of-Vehicles (IoV) and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications. The objective is to collaborate with NTU, NXP and other consortium members for technology exchange, discussions, possible collaborations and joint demonstrations, leveraging the test bed and activities.

ASTRI has developed the Internet-of-Vehicles (IoV) Management Platform with In-Car Gateway Software, which allows real time vehicle status monitoring, remote diagnostics and emergency alerts. With real-time vehicle data collection and analytic, together with advanced technologies in V2X communications for 5G next generation network, the vehicle fleet and public transportation can be managed more effectively. It also enables road safety and intelligent transportation system for smart city development.

Website: https://www.astri.org/

Consortium Member: Car Club Pte Ltd

Company profile: Car Club Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., is Singapore’s largest Car-Sharing service provider. Car-Sharing is a world-wide mobility trend, especially popular in global major cities like New York, Paris, Berlin and Tokyo.

Using the latest telematics and mobile technology in our fleet of 260+ cars at 110+ Car-Sharing stations island-wide, we address diverse mobility needs of the urban population, dedicating our efforts in building a dependable and positive Car-Sharing experience for the community.

Guided by our core objective – MOBILITY CHOICE AS A SERVICE (MCaaS), we provide high-quality and cost-efficient mobility options to individuals and businesses as a service, so they can conveniently and affordably access vehicles of their choice, anytime and anywhere, without the need to own one.

Expertise: Car-Sharing, future mobility solutions, intelligent mobility solutions (software and hardware), urban transportation technology.

Role in Consortium: As a member of the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Consortium, Car Club seeks to explore research and collaboration opportunities in the area of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), contributing to the development of V2X technology.

Website: https://www.carclub.com.sg/

Consortium Member: Chemtronics Co. Ltd.

Company profile: Chemtronics Co. Ltd., is a corporation with its business portfolio in Electronic and Chemical. It was founded in 1983 and has more than 30 years of history. Business sites are located in Korea, China,Indonesia, US, and Europe.

Expertise: Currently Wireless Charging Solution and Touch Screen
Controller Solution are its main business. With sustained efforts in R&D and technological innovation over a decade, Chemtronics has delivered its solutions to customers. Its business spans from mobile and wearable device to automotive industry.

Role in Consortium: Upon Request.

Website: http://chemtronics.co.kr/en/

Consortium Member: Cohda Wireless

Company profile: Cohda is the leading supplier of software for the Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) market. Cohda provides innovative software solutions that enable autonomous vehicles to connect with other vehicles and with Smart City infrastructure. These connections span Vehicle-to-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, and Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (collectively called V2X), and allow CAVs to ‘talk’ to each other, Smart Cities, and vulnerable road users in order to avoid accidents, reduce congestion and be more efficient.

Expertise: To be updated.

Role in Consortium: Upon Request.

Website: http://www.cohdawireless.com/

Consortium Member: Denso

Company profile: As one of the leading global suppliers of advanced technology, systems and components, Denso serves most the world's major car makers. It has accumulated more than 60 years of experience in the automotive industry and in this span of time, established 187 consolidated subsidiaries in 35 countries with an approximate total staff strength of 120,000 associates (worldwide). Within the Asia-Pacific region, there are 58 companies in 12 countries with 40,106 associates.

Expertise: Denso’s diverse product line includes car air conditioning and heating systems, electrical automotive and electronic control products, fuel management systems, radiators, instrument panel clusters, filters, robotics, telecommunication products and information processing devices..

Role in Consortium: Upon Request.

Website: https://www.denso.com/global/en/

Consortium Member: Extreme Networks

Company profile: Extreme Networks, Inc. (EXTR) delivers softwaredriven networking solutions that help IT departments everywhere deliver the ultimate business outcome: stronger connections with customers, partners and employees. Wired to wireless, desktop to data centre, on premise or through the cloud, it helps its customers in more than 80 countries, delivering 100% insourced call-in technical support to organisations large and small, including some of the world's leading companies in business, hospitality, retail, transportation and logistics, education, government, healthcare and manufacturing. Founded in 1996, Extreme is headquartered in San Jose, California.

Expertise: Extreme Networks has a proven track record of delivering
innovative, seamless and end-to-end wired and wireless solutions to its customers. This includes cloud-based wireless AP’s and switching
solutions. Extreme Networks has layered on a set of software tools and operating systems to control policy from a single node to every device enterprise-wide. An analytics platform correlates usage with network performance and its intelligent control plane adapts in real-time. Finally, Extreme Networks has extended control beyond the physical network to cloud infrastructure, optimising network and applications regardless of where they reside.

Role in Consortium: Extreme Networks participates in NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Consortium as member to demonstrate how its unified wired and wireless solutions can be managed in a heterogeneous environment through a single pane of glass. Often, the mid to large IP surveillance requirement is heavily dependent on the IP backbone – which is the network. Extreme Networks offers one of the best-in-class convergence solutions for IP video feeds. Also, Extreme’s technology is very scalable, offering a solution for the largest of cores to temperature hardened outdoor.

Extreme Networks has deployed the Mesh backhaul for the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Test Bed. With close to 70 access points with Mesh networking deployed at the NTU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Faculty, each access point provides backhaul to the NXP Outdoor OBU (On-Board-Unit) as well as an Indoor OBU for communication with the Outdoor OBU via mesh networking to the command centre. CCTVs are also connected to the Mesh node to provide surveillance

Website: http://www.extremenetworks.com/

Consortium Member: Genvict

Company profile: Founded in 2004, Shenzhen Genvict Technology Co., Ltd. is a leading solution provider for the Internet of Things (IOT) and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in the world, and also a leading company for the Electronic Toll Collection industry in China.

Expertise: Genvict runs business in the areas of highway intelligent transportation, intelligent parking, networking for commercial vehicles and radio frequency identification technology. As a state level high-tech enterprise, the company provides core technology research, products development, equipment manufacturing, solutions and services.

Role in Consortium: Upon Request.

Website: http://www.genvict.com/

Consortium Member: IHI

Company profile: IHI is an international heavy industries conglomerate with over 160 years of experience. With its humble beginnings as Ishikawajima Shipyard from 1853, to the merger with Harima Dock Company to become Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, IHI Corporation has expanded its business into various fields over the years. Today, the main business areas of IHI are Resources, Energy and Environment; Social Infrastructure and Offshore Facilities; Industrial Systems and General-Purpose Machinery; and Aero, Engines and Space.

Expertise: IHI’s R&D focuses on two broad areas, namely the “Applied Technologies to Enhance Products and Services” and “Fundamental technologies”. Some examples are:

Applied Technologies to Enhance Products and Services
1. ICT & Robotics
2. Energy Management Technology
3. Numerical Analysis & Optimization Technology
4. Advanced Manufacturing & Productive Process Innovation Technology
5. Rotating Machinery Technology
6. Chemical Process Technology

Fundamental Technologies
1. Structural Strength Technology
2. Material Technology
3. Combustion Technology
4. Heat & Fluid Technology
5. Vibration & Machine Element Technology
6. Welding & Bonding Technology
7. Control & Electronic Technology

Role in Consortium: Applying IHI’s technology to detect vehicle and pedestrian at the traffic cross-junction to improve traffic safety, IHI participates in the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Consortium to develop detection systems to spot pedestrians nearby the bus stops.

Website: https://www.ihi.co.jp/en/

Consortium Member: Panasonic

Company profile: Panasonic R&D Center Singapore (PRDCSG) is a wholly owned R&D arm of Panasonic Corporation, contributing significantly to the company’s global R&D and business. Founded in 1990, its mission is to build a “Technology Innovation Hub”; aimed at rapidly transforming demanded technologies into tangible results and innovating to meet the needs of a fast-changing world.

Expertise: PRDCSG’s expertise covers three core areas: R&D undertakings specialising in video, audio and networking technologies; B2B cloud solutions such as remote monitoring systems; and IP consultancy, which covers the US, EU, China, India, Japan and ASEAN jurisdictions.

Role in Consortium: PRDCSG has joined the consortium to seek and explore research and collaboration opportunities in the area of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). With an emphasis on wireless communication and sensing technologies, PRDCSG is also looking to utilise and further develop the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Test Bed for conducting trials and experiments in research and prototyping. It envisions to contribute key technologies to Singapore’s Smart Mobility vision as well as within the region.

Website: http://business.panasonic.com/solutions-automotivesolutions

Consortium Member: PTV Group

Company profile: PTV Group takes a holistic approach that integrates all aspects of traffic, transport and logistics to create and promote sustainable mobility. Recognised as global market leader, PTV develops intelligent software solutions for transport logistics, traffic planning and traffic management. Thus cities, companies and people save time and money, enhance road safety and minimise the impact on the environment. Based on its unique expertise in every facet of mobility, PTV ensures that people and goods arrive at their destinations safe and sound, and on time.

Expertise: To be updated.

Role in Consortium: Upon Request.

Website: https://www.ptvgroup.com/en-us/

Consortium Member: Schaeffler

Company profile: The Schaeffler Group is a global integrated automotive and industrial supplier. Highest quality, outstanding technology and strong innovative ability represent the basis for the Schaeffler Group’s lasting success.

Expertise: The Schaeffler Group makes a key contribution to “Mobility for tomorrow” with high-precision components and systems in engine, transmission, and chassis applications as well as rolling and plain bearing solutions for a large number of industrial applications.

Role in Consortium: As part of the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Consortium, Schaeffler will conduct joint research projects in areas of personal urban mobility and intelligent transportation systems.

Website: http://www.schaeffler.sg/content.schaeffler.sg/en/index.jsp

Consortium Member: Smart Parking Limited

Company profile: Smart Parking Limited (ASX:SPZ) is one of the largest and fastest-growing bay sensor technology companies in the world. It specialises in some of the most technically innovative real-world solutions available in the market and continually leads the way in the development and application of these technologies, under the ‘Smart’ systems brand.

Expertise: Through its range of integrated technology solutions, Smart Parking is delivering smart cities, businesses and solutions developers with a unique information services integration platform that provides transformational solutions for amenities.

The SmartPark suite of services presents live real-time guidance to digital signage and driver guidance, interactive smartphone apps and parking compliance officer hand-held device notifications and alerts, amongst many other features. Additionally, the system platform delivers comprehensive open integration mechanisms for all types of parking site equipment, such as payment machines, as well as integration with back office operations processing systems.

Role in Consortium: As part of the consortium, Smart Parking is currently completing an installation of parking guidance sensors in carpark B located in the NTU campus. The data from these sensors will allow NTU to provide real time parking availability to staff and students via mobile App or integration with a third party system.

Website: http://www.smartparking.com/

Partner: ST Engineering Land Systems

Company profile: ST Engineering Land Systems is the land systems arm of ST Engineering, an integrated engineering group. With 50 years of engineering expertise, it is driven by a passion for innovation and work with partners and customers to deliver customised land systems and security solutions that meet the stringent operational requirements of defence, homeland security and commercial customers.

Expertise: ST Engineering Land Systems specialises in providing holistic engineering solutions from designing, developing and manufacturing of platforms to performing system MRO, robotics solutions for defence, homeland security, health care and logistics, and autonomous vehicles for urban transportation.

Role in Consortium: As a partner of the NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Consortium, ST Engineering Land Systems collaborates with the consortium in V2X communications development, data collection and system validation. It also participates in tests and trials for Autonomous Vehicles in the Smart Mobility Test Bed.

Website: http://stengg.com/en/land-systems/