Science-technology activities in Ho Chi Minh City have been heightened after the issuance of Resolution 20 by the 11th Party Central Committee, creating a strong foundation for the fulfillment of socio-economic goals of the city.
The Propaganda and Education Board of Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee yesterday paid several visits to scientific-technological units sited in the city on the 46th anniversary of Vietnam Science-Technology Day.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health has required relevant sides in HCMC to guide medical centers and export processing and industrial zones infrastructure development companies to establish quarantine wards for F1 cases (close contacts of Covid-19 patients) who are working in export processing zones (Epz) and industrial parks (Ip).
Quang Trung Software City (QTSC) has already cooperated with technology businesses to develop several suitable technologies in order to increase the performance of the workforce combating against Covid-19 in Vietnam. Many devices are now available to use widely in the community.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee asked the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) to allow it to experiment new products in the Saigon Hi-tech Park and Quang Trung Software City including drones, driverless cars, organic waste treatment technologies, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medical check-up and smart traffic control.
The solution 'Administration and Monitoring System for Quang Trung Software City' (QTSC IOC) by Quang Trung Software City has just been announced to enter the list of 57 prominent projects for 'Smart City Asia Pacific Awards 2019' (SCAPA), held by IDC Organization.
IT parks nationwide have achieved impressive results, offering jobs for a great number of people and attracting capital of giant domestic as well as international corporations, becoming the key to IT growth in the country, reported the the Ministry of Information and Communications yesterday.