A national centre for electronics and IoT innovations

The Centre of Innovation for Electronics & IoT (COI-EIoT) is a key valued partner of local enterprises, largely small and medium enterprises (SMEs), in their Innovation Capability & Capacity Building and to enable greater Value Creation to enable dynamic business growth and competitiveness. COI-EIoT was jointly established by Enterprise Singapore (formerly SPRING Singapore) and Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) in 2008 and plays the role of a national centre for innovation in electronics and IoT solutions providing critical support to local enterprises.


Innovation & Development Support


COI-EIoT provides innovation, capabilities & development support via a range of critical services that include product/system design & solution innovations, IP and translational R&D, technology & knowledge transfer, and sector-based technology roadmapping. It also facilitates partnership networking activities to encourage innovation sharing and collaboration and assists in manpower training and facilitating funding access.

Eco-system Building & Partnership Network

COI-EIoT also hosts the IoT Open Innovation Community(IOIC) which is a synergistic open innovation network that brings together enterprises, technology partners, research and knowledge institutions and relevant industry catalysts to explore, experiment, collaborate and exploit the potential of the IoT for new business innovations, opportunities and growth. Community Members can leverage on this networking platform to explore opportunities of partnership and collaboration between enterprises and lead demand organisations to co-innovate IoT solutions to establish new markets in the emerging IoT space.

COI-EIoT is committed to its strategic role as the key valued partner of local enterprises. Enterprises can tap on the broad continuum of domain expertise available at COI-EIoT and the specialist technology, innovation and business centres at NYP. In partnership, COI-EIoT strives to empower SMEs to grow through greater value creation and enhanced capabilities.


Last Updated: 05 July 2018