With Singapore moving towards becoming a Smart Nation through the adoption of digital and smart technologies to enhance the way we live and work, robotics and automation have become an integral part of our everyday lives. Widely viewed as a game-changer, robotics has enabled companies to cut costs, increase productivity, raise competitive advantage, and led to greater employee satisfaction and business growth.
Singapore has one of the highest industrial robot density worldwide1 and is progressively leveraging on robotics as an enabler in Singapore’s service delivery needs through strategic implementation of robotic solutions in sectors such as healthcare, F&B, hospitality and logistics. To fully harness the benefits of robotics and automation, it is crucial to re-skill and up-skill the local workforce to increase their employability skillsets in preparation of these developments as the use of robotics solutions will create higher-value jobs and opportunities for a more productive local workforce.
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How does e2i support Individuals & Businesses in Robotics?
Universal Robots Collaborative Robotics Course
|Duration:||Total training hours 24 for each Basic, Intermediate and Advanced course|
|Training Provider:||Universal Robots|
|Course Fee Per Pax:||S$1,436.40* (Singaporeans & PRs)
S$2,696.40* (Other nationalities)
The UR Collaborative Robotics Course is available in three-course types – Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. They are catered to participants of varying knowledge levels. Participants will gain competency in building and configuring robotics applications as a large part of the course with the guidance of a Certified UR Trainer.
* Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residences (PRs) are eligible up to 50% training grant on the course fee. NTUC Members enjoy 50% unfunded course fee support for up to *SGD 250 each year when you sign up for courses supported under UTAP (Union Training Assistance Programme). Conditions apply.
Workplace of the future will involve working closely with robots. However, integrating robots in businesses can seem very daunting, especially for Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) which operate under resource constraints. To help business owners adopt robotics, e2i developed the Robotics e-Guide for SMEs.
The guidebook offers insights on common questions and addresses concerns such as –
- “Where do you start?”
- “How do you identify where to use robotics?”
- “How can you finance it?”
Please complete the form below to access the e-Guide. Upon successful submission, download will start automatically.