Hanoi University of Science and Technology and German industrial giant Siemens last week signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote mutual co-operation in science and technology development towards Industry 4.0.
The Digital Process Industries Training Centre has made presence in Vietnam to meet increasing education requirements for digital technologies, especially in the context of 4.0 Industry Revolution.
Vietnam holds potential to develop its software industry thanks to having many young IT-savvy workers, according to Cedrik Neike, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, Europe’s leading industrial manufacturer based in Germany.
Vingroup will cooperate with Siemens in applying innovative technologies and solutions for projects in three fields - automobile manufacturing, building and residential development, and hospitals.
Vietnam is transforming from an exporter into an importer of energy to ensure its energy security, heard a workshop held in Hanoi on August 24.
Over the past 170 years of development, German conglomerate company Siemens has been continuously improving sustainable energy.
Although Industry 4.0 looms on Vietnam’s horizon, the country’s business community is finding it difficult to find a place in the coming revolution.
The core of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is “smart manufacturing plants”. However, Vietnamese enterprises are not fully prepared to access the revolution, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade (MoIT) Cao Quoc Hung has said.
An increasing number of foreign investors are eager to invest in metro projects in Vietnam to cash in on the country's growing public transportation demands.
At the recent Vietnam Industrial & Manufacturing Fair (VIMF) 2017, German industrial giant Siemens has showcased its typical digital solutions in the entire industrial value chain.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc lauded Siemens AG’s cooperation with Vietnam in various fields during his reception in Hanoi on May 24 for Joe Kaeser, President and CEO of the German group.
Siemens has received an order from state-run energy company Electricity of Vietnam’s National Load Dispatch Centre to improve performance of the nationwide transmission grid.
Siemens Healthineers have launched a new ultrasound system in the Vietnamese market that will provide more efficient and reliable diagnosis, reducing the need for repeat examinations.
Siemens Healthineers, part of German industrial conglomerate Siemens AG, just introduced state-of-the art ultrasound system ACUSON NX2TM in the Vietnamese market at the first national ultrasound conference which has been held at Hue Central Hospital recently.
VOV.VN - Perhaps no country more than Vietnam will feel the effects of the demise of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) in terms of diminished foreign direct investment and trade, says the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung on July 20 received Lisa Davis, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG.
VOV.VN - Now in its fifth year, the Ho Chi Minh City Energy Efficiency Conference & Expo – Enertec Expo 2016 – running July 20-23 brings innovative thinkers and leaders together to connect, share and move energy efficiency forward, say the organizers.
Vietnam and Germany hold enormous potential and opportunities to embrace bilateral economic cooperation, particularly in the fields of infrastructure, high technology, processing, energy and environment.
German-backed Siemens AG Group will expand its business in Vietnam in many sectors.
Germany's Siemens AG Company delivers efficiency and competitive edge for the local cement industry.