Từ khóa: #Industry 4.0

HCMC seen from above. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC identifying industrialization focuses

The industrialization and modernization processes of Ho Chi Minh City are based on its internal resources and advantages, typically the tremendous values of both land and human resources, the latter of which are quite innovative and highly adaptable for a sustainable economic growth.


The opening session of Smart Banking 2022 forum. (Photo: SGGP)

Digital transformation in banking focuses on convenience, user experience

Vietnam Banks Association and IEC Group yesterday held a forum in Hanoi for digital transformation in banking, themed ‘Banking Industry – Active and Pioneering in Industry 4.0’ (Smart Banking 2022). The forum was chaired by the Central Economic Commission and the State Bank of Vietnam.


The Government intends to develop high-level scientific-technological human resources in Vietnam

Vietnam attracting high-level overseas Vietnamese, foreign human resources

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam yesterday signed Decision No.569/QD-TTg on the strategy for scientific-technological development and innovation until 2030. Accordingly, the Government introduces policies and mechanisms for financial support and facilitation of immigration procedures and labor permit registration. This is to attract more high-level overseas Vietnamese, foreign human resources to domestic scientific activities.

Primary school pupils are studying models displayed in AI Education and Training Center of VNU-HCMC

Vietnam eagerly entering the race of AI human resources development

Artificial intelligence (AI) research and implementation have lately been focused more and more globally thanks to its great potential in boosting socio-economic growth. AI has become an important part in development strategies of several countries, including Vietnam, during Industry 4.0. Therefore, the more capable AI human resources a country owns, the higher chance it has in winning the race.

Self-propelled aircrafts to carry out agricultural tasks are on display in a technology exhibition in HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

VN promotes transparency, independence, critical thinking in scientific works

Highly aware about the importance of science and technology in Industry 4.0, Vietnam is trying its best to pour more resources into scientific activities. Obviously, policy and institution improvement in accordance with the market mechanism and international practices, risk acceptance, voluntarism removal, and considering scientific research as an administrative process are the main factors to turn science-technology into a driving force for socio-economic development.

Vietnam to complete forming digital government in 2030

Vietnam to complete forming digital government in 2030

The Prime Minister has approved the national strategy regarding the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) until 2030, including developing a digital government and digital economy in Vietnam.

A corner of Saigon Hi-Tech Park. (Photo: SGGP)

Innovation district in eastern HCMC – new economic motivation

Ho Chi Minh City is completing the project of establishing and developing the highly interactive innovation district in the East of the city in the direction of turning this place to become a new driving force for economic development in the fourth industrial revolution, thereby promoting the city's economy to grow quickly and sustainably and continue to contribute positively to the country's economic development.
Transactions via robots at Nam A bank

Coronavirus, Industry 4.0 boost online banking

Beside natural social progression, the novel coronavirus has been seen as something that helps promote online banking, as consumer habits evolve and digital transaction becomes more popular than ever.
Producing electronic components at Nidec Tosok Company in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: SGGP)

FDI capital not easy to absorb

Several experts suggested that the Government should focus on supporting some potential Vietnamese enterprises in electronics and micro-electromechanical system sector to create opportunities for these enterprises to develop and play the leading role in domestic electronics market, especially household electric and electronic products.
Many companies are taking part in VNG CLOUD TECH DAY 2019 to seek feasible solutions for their digital transformation process. (Photo: SGGP)

Digital transformation attracting increasing attention in Vietnam

Various conferences and events have been held lately in Vietnam to identify optimal solutions for the smooth digital transformation process of the country. The topic is earning more and more interest from the community and businesses since it to some extent decides the success of Vietnam in Industry 4.0.

The conference held by the HCMC Party’s Committee. (Photo: hcmcpv)

HCMC leading Vietnam in Industry 4.0

The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Party’s Committee yesterday held a conference about understanding and implementing Resolution No.52-NQ/TW of the Politburo on Guidelines for Participation in the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Garment and textile enterprises apply modern technology in production. (Photo: SGGP)

Garment, textile industry keeps pace with Industry 4.0

A recent survey by the research group of the Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group and institutes at more than 300 garment enterprises across the country showed that most of them have been keeping up fairly well with the 4th industrial revolution in stages, including reducing labor, supporting in executive decision making, increasing productivity and quality and cutting time and production costs.
Vietnamese software professionals are working in Global CyberSoft Co., located in Quang Trung Software City. Photo by T.Ba

IT businesses in HCMC need more innovations, breakthroughs

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung yesterday worked with domestic information technology (IT) companies of the southern region in Quang Trung Software City (Ho Chi Minh City) to form feasible solutions for the development of ‘Make in Vietnam’ IT staples since these businesses can only answer 30 percent of the market needs.

Representatives in the announcement ceremony

Vietnam launches website on law, Industry 4.0

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ)  has just announced the launch of a website for the national scientific conference ‘Law and the Fourth Industrial Revolution – Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Responses for Vietnam’.