Over 1500 visitors from the industry and secondary schools visited the SP Engineering Show 2018 on 18 and 19 Jan 2018 at the Eleven2.

More than merely an annual display of the final year engineering projects of students, the exhibition was a fascinating showcase of our students’ innovation efforts to solve real life problems. Selected from over 200 projects, the 64 projects on display were a fruition of the students’ application of knowledge and skills gained over the past 2 and a half years, and their training in the Conceivee, Design, Implement & Operate (CDIO) curriculum and Design Thinking framework.

This year’s projects, involved 352 students from 6 schools, namely, School of Architecture & Built Environment, School of Life Sciences, School of Digital Media & Infocomm Technology, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering and the Singapore Maritime Academy. Their themes spanned a broad spectrum, ranging from cleantech & built environment, healthcare & wellness, industrial & automation, transport & mobility to infocomm & media. Some of these projects involved industry partners while others were multi-disciplinary that drew the collaboration of students from different schools. 7 industry-ready R&D projects by staff from SP’s Department for Technology, Innovation and Enterprise (TIE), were also on display under our `SP Tech to Market’ segment.

The Show, with its large engineering offerings, had drawn positive feedback from many visitors.

 spes2018_01Selected projects showcasing during SP Engineering Show 2018, held @ T11 Square.spes2018_02SP Management Team viewing the exhibits. 

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Industry panellists assessing the project.


 spes2018_05Besides visiting the project exhibits visitors from secondary schools also have a chance to try out a Bluetooth controlled two wheelers.
 spes2018_06Besides visiting the project exhibits visitors from secondary schools also have a chance to try out a Bluetooth controlled two wheelers.


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