|The centre’s ribbon cutting ceremony. - Courtesy photo of Siemens|
HÀ NỘI – The Digital Process Industries Training Centre debuted has made presence in Việt Nam to meet increasing education requirements for digital technologies, especially in the context of 4.0 Industry Revolution .
The centre was launched in Hà Nội on Thursday.
Its establishment is the result of the co-operation between Polyco Group, East Asia University of Technology and Siemens in a joint effort to equip present and future Vietnamese engineers with knowledge, skills and latest technologies for the digital manufacturing age.
The centre, which is located at Polyco Group’s headquarters in Hà Nội, has been equipped with Siemens automation and digitalisation technologies.
It will enable students and engineers to learn and practice directly through actual demonstration, which include products from field level to management level applied in industrial production in general and in the food and beverage industry in particular.
In addition, learners can visualise the five steps in the digitalisation value chain for process industries, namely product design, process and plant design, engineering and commissioning, operation, and services.
Phạm Thái Lai, president and CEO of Siemens Vietnam, said he believed the centre will remarkably enhance human capacity, not only for Polyco group but also for the whole food and beverage industry in Việt Nam to face challenges in the present and the future. — VNS