At Fraunhofer Singapore leading Fraunhofer Institutes and Fraunhofer Centres are collaborating under one roof.

Fraunhofer Singapore Cluster

Fraunhofer Project Centre IDM@NTU

The Fraunhofer Project Centre for Interactive Digital Media (Fraunhofer IDM@NTU) was launched in June 2010 under the auspices of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe’s largest institution for applied research.

The Centre is facilitated by the IDM Programme Office and funded by the National Research Foundation. Fraunhofer IDM@NTU is part of the International Research Centres landscape in Singapore.

Fraunhofer IDM@NTU aims to bring industry partners to the forefront of innovation by providing expertise and state-of-the-art technologies in Visual Computing. In this way, the Centre envisions transforming the way we learn, live and work.

The Centre’s research in interactive digital media technology covers a range of key topics under Visual Computing. The principal areas of focus are Real-time Rendering, Virtual & Augmented Reality, Visual Analytics, Medical Computing, Visual Haptics and Human-Computer Interaction.

In this context, the in-house scene graph based rendering engine OpenSG is used as IDM base technology for the realisation of interactive 3D graphics applications. Further details about OpenSG can be found here.

Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphic (FhI-IGD)

Fraunhofer IGD is the world‘s leading institute for applied research in the  eld of Visual Computing. Visual Computing stands for image- and model-based information technology. It includes com- puter graphics, computer vision, as well as virtual and augmented reality.

Fraunhofer IGD has been developing technologies and applications based on Visual Computing for more than 20 years. In cooperati- on with its partners, Fraunhofer IGD develops technical solutions, prototypes and complete solutions based on customer demands. The range of applications of the concepts, models, and practical solutions spans from virtual product development to medicine, commerce, and multimedia learning and training.

Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Security (FhI-SIT)

The Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology SIT is the leading expert for IT Security and develops solutions for immediate use, tailored to the customer's needs. 185 highly qualified employees covering all areas of  IT security make such customized services possible. The staff constitutes the competency foundation for cross-technological services at the highest level. Fraunhofer SIT is active in projects for companies from all kinds of industries. Numerous successful projects carried out with international partners are the resounding proof for trustful and reliable cooperation.

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (FhI-IKTS)

Fraunhofer IKTS works in eight market-oriented business divisions in which it demonstrates and qualifies ceramic technologies and components as well as non-destructive test methods for new industries, product concepts and markets beyond the conventional areas of application. These disciplines include ceramic materials and processes, mechanical and automotive engineering, electronics and microsystems, energy, environmental and process engineering, bio- and medical engineering, optics as well as materials and process analysis.

Based on comprehensive materials expertise in advanced ceramic materials, the Institute's development work covers the entire value creation chain, all the way to prototype production. Fraunhofer IKTS is distinguished by its multiple areas of expertise: The triad of materials know-how, production technologies and systems integration is enhanced by the highest level of materials and process analytics. Chemists, physicists, materials scientists and engineers work together on an interdisciplinary basis at IKTS, with the support of highly skilled technicians.

The Institute is therefore available as a competent consulting partner and starting point for all ceramics-related issues: a real “one-stop shop” for all things ceramic.