Vietnam boasts great potential for agricultural development. Since doi moi was launched in 1986, appropriate orientations and policies have helped awaken this potential, greatly contributing to ensuring national food security, hunger eradication, and poverty reduction while further improving the livelihoods of rural people
After a successful 2019, international technology giants are eyeing Vietnam’s consumer market for the next year as the country’s rapid digital transformation offers bright prospects on the back of a new legal framework and an ever-growing demand for innovative technologies.
Ensuring information and national security is a top priority when applying internet of things (IoT) in production and life, a conference heard in Ho Chi Minh City on November 13.
Vietnam’s rapid digital transformation demand is building new pathways for businesses. However, in order to translate these into real success stories, numerous obstructions will need to be removed.
The IoT Startup 2019 competition was launched at the Sai Gon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) in Ho Chi Minh City on June 16, with competitors to be asked to deal with challenges facing many major technology firms.
The “AIoT & Smart Cities 2019” competition kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on May 7, which enables firms to make orders for their solutions and applications in the contest.
The first Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation Hub in Vietnam was launched at Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park in Hanoi on April 10.
The military-run Viettel is among only 50 telecom companies in the world to successfully deploy the narrowband internet of things (NB-IoT), a technology developed for devices supporting IoT connectivity.
Increasing profit a few hundred percent, saving billions of dollars in technology costs, operating complex data systems in real time, transforming appropriate business models, improving operational efficiency and personalising customer experience on large-scale digital platforms at fast speed were the benefits of digital transformation.
Mentors are needed to help young Vietnamese entrepreneurs grow their businesses, but connections are still modest, experts said.
High technologies can help improve productivity, but many farmers cannot afford the investment.
The final of the national startup competition 2018 took place in Ho Chi Minh City on December 26 with six projects in the shortlist.
Russia’s biggest digital solutions vendor ZYFRA has reached $30 million in revenue in its first year of operation, facilitating industrial manufacturers in-house and abroad with AI and IoT-based solutions, as well as autonomous vehicles. The company has announced plans to enter Vietnam as early as 2019.
The logistics sector has been the bottleneck for Vietnam’s economic development, but offers plentiful opportunities for local startup companies with the application of technologies.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is developing a science, technology, and innovation strategy with a vision to 2035 for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Two of Vietnam’s priorities are to apply technology in all industries and fields and to exploit the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT).
On the sidelines of Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong recently, Jim Cathey, president, Asia Pacific and India senior vice president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., shared with Thanh Van his insights into Vietnam’s advantages in adopting 5G and how Qualcomm can help facilitate the deployment of this technology in the Industry 4.0 era.
More than 1,200 regional and local experts and businesses discussed ways to exploit the potential of the internet of thing (IoT) market in Vietnam at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on October 24.
Seven start-ups competed in the final round of the Internet of Things (IoT) Start-up Competition in Ho Chi Minh City on October 16.
VOV.VN - More than 1,000 Chief Executive Officer (CEOs) will discuss opportunities and challenges of the fourth industrial revolution at the Vietnam CEO Forum 2018 to be held on October 24 in HCM City by the municipal Young Businesspeople Association (YBA-HCM).
The Vietnam Frontier Summit 2018, a one-day conference, will take place in Hanoi on October 6 with the theme ‘Fostering innovation with frontier technologies’.