Dr Lee Jian Xing
Principal Consultant, Smart City Solutions
Dr Lee Jian Xing holds a PhD (Eng) in Electrical and Electronic, and BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, from the Nanyang Technological University, and Diploma (Merit) in Electronics, Computer and Communication Engineering, Singapore Polytechnic.
With over 10 years of experience in creating ideas and strategies for Smart Technologies adoption, Dr Lee brings a people and business-centric perspective to the Practice, and is also able to contextualize proposals for Governments and other Stakeholders. He believes that now is the time for Smart City transformation to dramatically improve residents’ lives and to enhance real estate value.
He has been instrumental in providing market opportunities and cities feasibility study in urban mobility such as first-last mile transportation, airport-city connectivity and intelligent transport system such as next generation electronic road pricing, alongside with the interesting applications.
Dr Lee is well versed in public bus network, schedule, resource and strategic planning. He led a team to provide innovative bus schedule and network to serve the public, and optimized resource planning to reduce the operating cost. This includes daily monitoring on the quality of standards and innovate alternate ways to improve. In addition, he brings along the new dimension of public transport planning and township design for autonomous vehicles.
Dr Lee currently is a reviewer for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) journals and conferences.
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