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Israel Future Mega Projects (2018-2030) Once upon a time, Israel was a poor country. But these last 20 years,Israel changed a lot . Tel Aviv is the economic heart of the country. The country is now a startup hub,the economy is doing well, there are a lot of beautiful and futuristic skyscrapers and many more. Tel Aviv has one of the best skyline in the world now. Now 80 of the 500 biggest companies in the world ,have a subsidiary in Israel. Tel Aviv is now the second most important technology center after the Silicon Valley. Israel is now the champion of cyber security and in other technology. Israeli companies have invented the USB flash drive, the GPS, the Pillcam and many more. What will be the next invention created there. One thing is sure, they will contribute to the world's fut...
Open R&D Lithuania network is the biggest excellence network of innovation infrastructure, services and competence in the Baltic countries. The network consists of modern, operating open access R&D facilities, equipment, services, and high-level R&D intellectual potential. The movie presents one of the open access centers of the network.
Aberdeen innovation facility unveiled. Accelerating deployment of new technologies, such as robotics and virtual reality, will help address challenges in the oil and gas sector, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today. Aberdeen’s new Oil & Gas Technology Centre’s Innovation Hub brings together industry and technology providers to take concepts from initial inspiration to final implementation.
The heart of McLaren Automotive - The McLaren Technology Centre and the new McLaren Production Centre. The headquarters for one of the most successful Formula One racing teams, the Woking facility is world renowned for technology innovations and design. JF Musial tours the new production line for the MP4-12C and looks behind the scenes at what's to come for the growing super car company and race team.
The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia aims to be a globally renowned graduate research university that makes significant contributions to scientific and technological advancement, and will play a crucial role in the development of Saudi Arabia and the world. As a model of how people from different parts of the world can come and work together for the benefit of humanity, students work on themes as diverse as food, water, energy and the environment. The Materials Science & Engineering Program stands at the heart of this, with pioneering research in areas including Nanomaterial Synthesis & Design, Organic Photovoltaics and Nanoscale characterization. http://mse.kaust.edu.sa/
TIK represents over ten years of groundbreaking research, education and research communication in • Science and Technology Studies (STS) • Innovation studies The Centre consists of approximately 25 staff members and offers postgraduate education (Masters and PhD) including the European Masters in Science and Technology Studies, ESST. TIK participates in a number of international research networks and about 30 per cent of TIK research is funded by the Norwegian research council and the EU framework programmes.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and ITN Productions have launched a news and current affairs-style programme ‘Engineering the Next Generation,’ which explores the challenges, careers and future of modern engineering in the UK. With the government announcing the £229 million of industrial strategy investment, ‘Engineering the Next Generation’ brings to life the opportunities and challenges the sector in the UK faces, the changes in policy and long term impact on the UK economy. ‘Engineering the Next Generation’ showcases the work being done to attract our future generations to engineering and the diverse range of jobs available in this sector, many which are unknown to career seekers. The programme also looks into how work experience and apprenticeships play a vital rol...
Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway Corporation is a “reference customer” for technology business regionally and globally, says the regional head of France-based, advanced technology firm, Thales Group. James Kilazoglou, CEO of Thales Transport & Security (HK), says that supporting the largest proportion of mass transit travellers in the world, the MTR provides a professional environment for many other business opportunities, such as for Thales’ smart card expertise, which it has exported to India. Thales also relies predominantly on Hong Kong-educated engineers and, in Hong Kong, has established an innovation centre and security competence capabilities for the Asia Pacific region. Speaker: James Kilazoglou, CEO, Thales Transport & Security (HK) Related Links: Hong Kong Trade Developmen...
Modern Technology - can the blind live without it? Being visually impaired in itself is a major challenge, however with the appropriate training, support and guidance, quite possible to overcome. The additional challenge in the South African context is the huge cost of importing adaptive technology to make computers accessible for the blind. Up until a few months ago it would cost you more than R10 000.00 to convert a standard pc into an accessible text to speech computer for the blind. An average Braille display would put you back just short of R80 000.00 and with 97% of the blind in SA unemployed, it is time to find an alternative way to equip the visually impaired with affordable tools and training that will help them to enter the job market and become economically active This is ...
The new heart of NAIT, the Centre for Applied Technology on Main Campus opened in August 2016. Some 5,000 full-time students study in the state-of-the-art facility each day. Check out the time-lapse tour of the building from ground breaking through opening. For more information, visit http://www.nait.ca/100724.htm
**Audio/presentation starts at 3:53** Listen in as lead instructor Peter Singh-Vigilante speaks on the Canadian Graphic Design and Web Development Industry. Focused on career opportunities, trends and forecasting, our program and graduate successes.
The introductory video is about CTKT at University of Pardubice - Czech Republic. The video is describing essential opportunities for cooperation. The CTKT offers cooperation for business partners, academic employees and students. For more information see http://upce.cz/cttz
Footage from the PETEC launch week. For more information visit www.uk-petec.com