Envision Partners with Singapore Leading Companies to Build a Smart Nation
Envision (远景), which owns the leading Intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) platform, EnOS™, and is the second largest smart wind turbine manufacturer in China, today unveiled its strategic partnerships with Singapore leading companies.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with En-trak Pte Ltd, an award-winning Smart Building IoT technology company, was signed to jointly explore collaboration and development opportunities regarding smart building energy management applications in the region using EnOS™ platform. En-trak currently manages over 100 GWh of energy annually for over 300 world-class clients across Asia Pacific.
From left to right, back row- Michael Ding, Global Executive Director of Envision, Lim Kok Kiang, Assistant Managing Director of Economic Development Board, Cesz Zhang Chunlin, Country Manager of En-trak, Paige Liu, Strategy Business Development Director of Envision.
Mr Lei Zhang, Founder & CEO of Envision, said: “Envision is building up the IoT innovation ecosystem in Singapore based on Envision’s EnOS™ platform. This will enable local companies with strong technology support to increase global business opportunities. These companies and even start-ups are able to create synergy with other applications and create smart city solutions and products which could be duplicated worldwide.”
Envision is currently cooperating with world-class enterprises and higher education institutions in Singapore including Keppel Urban Solutions Pte Ltd (“KUS”, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation), Ascendas-Singbridge Group, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore, and Nanyang Technological University.
KUS is developing a digital operating platform and will integrate Envision’s EnOS™ to provide smart energy solutions from planning, implementation to operations. The first project will be Saigon Sports City in District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The multi-faced solutions for Saigon Sports City will include clean energy generation, smart energy management, performance optimisation of environmental infrastructure and smart building management with the aim to create a truly human-oriented, technology-driven and sustainable, smart city. This cooperation can become a model for leading Singaporean companies and Chinese technology companies.
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Envision has established its Digital Hub this January and will form a 200-staff R&D team in Singapore. This team will largely be responsible for product development responding to the needs found at intelligent IoT platforms, including artificial intelligence, data processing, power generation forecast, virtual power plant algorithms and etc.
“Envision has created the world’s largest energy IoT platform connecting and managing over 100GW of energy assets globally. By working with global enterprises headquartered in Singapore to gradually achieve smart management of homes, buildings, transportation facilities, industrial parks based on EnOS™, Envision will help Singapore turn the Smart Nation strategy into reality,” added Mr Lei Zhang.