Start-ups / Spin-off units


Under the tech-in-residence programme, industry partners can set up research facilities on our campus and tap our people and physical infrastructure as a living laboratory and testbed for applied research. We also welcome companies who are keen to embark on project partnerships which can be hosted at our co-working spaces.

Rental Spaces

The NP campus offers ample space for companies with different technology research needs. We welcome interested parties to tour our facilities. Please click here to contact us.
LOCATION Est. Floor Area (sqm)
Blk 40 Level 1725
Blk 43 Level 11058
Blk 44 Level 11305
Blk 44 Level 2564

Location Map

Existing Partners

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Founded in 2016, MooVita is a high-tech start-up which specialises in providing "vehicle agnostic" driverless software solutions for the urban environment. An emerging leader in this area, the company is headquartered in Singapore, and has offices in Malaysia and India. MooVita is developing an industry-leading component-based driverless software solution that is set to transform the transportation industry.
Airbus currently runs an R&D lab at NP for its Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) System. Its Skyways drone was the first drone technology to be deployed in shore-to-ship flights to deliver a variety of small, time-critical maritime essentials from real ports to working vessels at anchorage. One of its key research areas is the development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for air taxis and delivery drones.

Robotics Research and Innovation Centre (RRIC) spearheads cutting-edge applied research in robotics technology in four clusters of expertise: Service Robots, Autonomous Vehicles, Autonomous Underwater/Marine Vessels and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. The RRIC supports the national innovation agenda in Singapore’s journey towards being a Smart Nation. Anchored in the School of Engineering, the RRIC draws talents from across NP to collaborate with industry, both locally and globally.
The Environmental & Water Technology Centre of Innovation (EWTCOI) was set up in October 2006 as a strategic collaboration between SPRING Singapore (SPRING) (now known as Enterprise Singapore) and Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP). Its mission is to partner strategic industry sectors in applied R&D and consultancy projects to translate ideas into practical solutions or innovations for a sustainable environment.

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that seek practical and market-driven technology solutions can tap on the Centre’s expertise and resources in four areas: Water Technology, Sustainable Materials Technology, Energy Efficiency Technology and Membrane Technology.