A worker at Vinfast Automobile plant in Hải Phòng City. — Photo hanoimoi.vn PhD Doctor Nguyễn Quân, President of the Việt Nam Automation Association, talks to Hà Nội Mới (New Hà Nội) newspaper on the role of automation in Industry 4.0 What are the highlights in the ongoing 5th science conference and international exhibition on automation (VCAA) in Hà Nội? The conference this time has two major activities – the business forum which was held in Hà Nội on September 4-5 and a four-day international exhibition on automation from September 4-7. Vietnamese and foreign scientists participated in the forum, with the main discussion topics energy saving, green energy and IT cities. At the international exhibition on automation, there are some 300 pavilions from more than 15 countries and territories. The forum is a good opportunity for experts from different countries to share … [Read more...] about Automation technology has gained a foothold in Việt Nam: expert
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VietNamNet Bridge - With weak investments and poor technology, Vietnam is finding it difficult to organize hi-tech agriculture value chains. Agriculture could be the driving force for Vietnam's development Agriculture affects many export-oriented sectors and could be the driving force for Vietnam’s development in the next decades, analysts say. But it could also hinder economic development and push enterprises to the verge of bankruptcy. Some projects with high technology have been developed, including smart water sensor technology in the Mekong Delta, greenhouses and net houses in Lam Dong province, and automatic watering in Da Lat and Dak Lak. But these were not enough to generate a trend. The survey by the Institute of Agricultural & Electrical Engineering and Post-harvest Technology at 92 machine manufacturing facilities in 15 provinces and cities found that imported agricultural machinery products from Japan, China, Korea, Thailand and Taiwan accounted for … [Read more...] about Will Vietnam continue to import technology or become a tech creator?
INSO app (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) - INSO Vietnam Joint Stock Company on December 19 officially introduced its insurance technology service named INSO – the first of its kind in the country. A totally automated insurance application for mobile phones, INSO allows customers to choose insurance packages based on their requirements and evaluate assets themselves. An electronic insurance certificate is then immediately sent to the customer’s email. Indemnity processes will be automatically implemented following available formula, thus reducing procedures for customers. The time needed to file a claim will be shortened to just 15 minutes. In addition, customers can see their insurance history to protect their health and assets as well as enjoy lower insurance fees for the upcoming years. INSO uses advanced technologies such as OCR, computer vision and deep learning to quickly resolve insurance applications. In addition to traditional insurance products including … [Read more...] about First insurance technology service launched in Vietnam
The Saint-Vincent cemetery near Sacre-Coeur Basilica. — AFP PhotoViet Nam News PARIS — It’s a tough fit if you want to be buried in Paris. There are only 14 cemeteries in the French capital, and whether it’s under an overpass next to the Sacre-Coeur basilica in Montmartre, or under shady trees in trendy Montparnasse, the graveyards are mostly full. French people flock to visit buried relatives on All Saints’ Day on November 1, laying flowers on the tombs. But many Parisian cemeteries are nowadays mostly frequented by tourists, seeking out the last resting place of the rich or famous. Best known on the tourist map is the Pere Lachaise cemetery, in the northeast of the capital, with some 70,000 tombs, including those of Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde, US singer Jim Morrison, Polish composer Frederic Chopin, and French singer Edith Piaf. But unless you’re very rich and famous yourself, it’s unlikely you’ll find a resting place … [Read more...] about It’s a tough fit if you want to be buried in Paris
Heads of States/Governments of ASEAN Member States signed the “ASEAN Declaration on the Role of Civil Service as A Catalyst for Achieving AC Vision 2025″ on April 29, 2017. (Photo: asean.org) Hanoi (VNA) – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has just approved a project to implement the “ASEAN Declaration on the Role of the Civil Service as A Catalyst for Achieving the ASEAN Community Vision 2025”. The project aims to promote national-level implementation of the goals set in the declaration, contributing to building an ASEAN Community that is people-centred and socially responsible. Ministries, agencies and localities are asked to build and issue action plans in 2019 to realise the project. During 2019-2025, all of the public servants will receive training and be well equipped with knowledge of the ASEAN Community while 80 percent of them will be trained on administrative skills and state management, meeting standards of ASEAN member states’ civil … [Read more...] about Vietnam carries out ASEAN Declaration on civil service’s role