Advanced instrumentation and quality control cuts across various industries like medtech, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), semiconductor, electronics, and precision
engineering as well as in emerging industry sectors such as food, farming and sustainability. Coupled with the
growing need for enhanced productivity through
digitalisation, there is an increasing demand for
highly skilled engineers. R&D engineers, process engineers,
quality engineers, and manufacturing engineers are
highly sought after for the effective adoption of advanced imaging and machine-vision technologies in various
With digitalisation becoming a key enabler to enhance and upgrade quality control in the new era of manufacturing,
instrumentation technologies are digitalised. In turn,
measurement and inspection processes are made more intelligent and autonomous. This SGUS course will
provide the fundamental knowledge on advanced
instrumentation for quality control, as well as the skills of building measurement and inspection solutions, using
digital tools, such as computer-aided design, simulation, digital instrumentation and data analysis.
Together with the lecturing modules and laboratory
practises, trainees can understand better the latest tools, instruments and be familiar with the latest quality control technologies. Projects will be designed based on real use cases, and supervised by A*STAR domain experts, to link the training contents with the actual industrial demands.
Watch our series of SGUS Course Briefings to understand more about each specialisation.