A partnership between Monaco, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Nanyang University of Technology (NTU) in Singapore.
Earlier this month, on 9th November, in the presence of:
- S.A.S the Sovereign Prince
- S.E.M. Bernard Fautrier
- Minister Plenipotentiary – Vice-President and Managing Director of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation
- Mr. Frederic Genta, Interministerial Delegate for the Digital Transition
- Prof. Subodh Mhaisalkar Associate Vice President of Nanyang University of Technology (Strategies and Partnerships)
- Executive Director of NTU’s Energy Research Institute
all signed a partnership for the development of innovative solutions in the areas of autonomous vehicles, energy efficiency and eco-city design.
The purpose of this tripartite agreement is to respond to the challenges of urban sustainability in both Singapore and Monaco, notably by supporting the Principality’s ambitious goal of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions and achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.
On this occasion, S.A.S. the Sovereign Prince, accompanied by the Monegasque delegation, visited the university campus. He attended demonstrations of autonomous vehicles at the CETRAN test centre, piloted by NTU scientists.
This partnership will provide a platform for research on the use of autonomous vehicles in dense urban traffic conditions. And more broadly low-energy construction solutions, green campuses, design and implementation of sustainable cities.
Priority action themes for the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, which actively combats climate change by supporting numerous projects in the field of clean and renewable energies.
This agreement, which is based on a synergy of interests and activities, strengthens the bilateral ties between Monaco and Singapore by enabling both countries to develop and promote the use of autonomous vehicles in similar environments.
This will help build mobility: one of the main axes of the Principality’s digital transition.