Ramboll has been an avid supporter of the university’s internship programme having worked alongside numerous bright minds from TUM Asia, particularly those from Master of Science (M.Sc) specialising in rail, transport, and logistics.
“My heartiest congratulations to TUM Asia for commemorating two decades in Singapore and establishing a solid name for themselves in academia. I’m honoured to join the graduates in celebrating their impressive accomplishments at this year’s ceremony. The students have displayed such resilience during these pandemic years,” says Ray Krishna, Head of Department, Transport, Smart Mobility Singapore. “I’m especially proud of the TUM Asia students we had as interns in our team at Ramboll as they showcased excellent positive work ethic, humility in learning, and collaborative team spirit. Their initiative to explore innovation in every task really impressed me”
Ramboll’s Smart Mobility department in Singapore specialises in transport masterplanning, vehicular, and pedestrian simulations, having successfully delivered hundreds of smart mobility projects in Singapore and across the region. Notable local projects include Mandai Resorts, Punggol Digital District (PDD), Woodlands Integrated Health Campus, NS Square, Founders Memorial, Resorts World at Sentosa, and a contract with the Land Transport Authority (LTA) to analyse 400 traffic signalised junctions for fitment of Red-Amber-Green (R-A-G) arrows to enhance the safety for motorists and pedestrians, numerous pedestrian analysis of MRT stations.
“I see this partnership as one of great strength and fortitude,” says Dr. Andreas Rau, Lead Lecturer at TUM Asia, “one that combines TUM Asia’s research and in-depth knowledge of academia, with Ramboll’s technical expertise and industry know-how, and thus creating the best in sustainable transport and smart mobility.”
Since its founding in 1945, Ramboll has stayed steadfast to the clear vision of how a responsible company should act and behave, wishing a long-term future for the company, clients, and each other. This fruitful collaboration with TUM Asia University has better enabled Ramboll in better developing leaders of the future and navigating the transition towards a more sustainable future and living up to the strategy of being ‘The Partner for Sustainable Change’.