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Control and automation conference set for HCMC

Released at: 14:25, 29/11/2017

Control and automation conference set for HCMC

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Fourth Vietnam International Conference and Exhibition on Control and Automation to take place from November 29 to December 2 at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in HCMC.

by Le Diem

The fourth Vietnam International Conference and Exhibition on Control and Automation (VAAC 2017) will take place from November 29 to December 2 at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City, organized by the Vietnam Automation Association (VAA) in the cooperation with the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology.

The theme of VAAC 2017 is control and automation towards the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). There will be a presentation of 115 scientific studies in cybernetics, automation, and applications.

The highlight is the linking of policymakers, scientists, and enterprises from Vietnam and overseas. This will focus on three main activities: conferences, exhibitions, and business forums that focus on issues of common concern, such as smart cities, smart measurement systems, smart transportation, control of power electronics, automation in agriculture and forestry, and automation in drinking water and waste water treatment, etc.

There will be also a business forum with seminars and discussions on automation, renewable energy, smart cities, and startup innovation, as well as mechanics, chemicals, and printing technology.

Business booths will showcase the latest products and advanced technologies in automation and chemicals, together with machinery and equipment and industrial products and materials.

VCCA is held biennially by VAA and aims at promoting control engineering and automation technology in economic and social development. It is also an opportunity for scientists, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and even investors to connect and cooperate in applying successful research and the latest technological achievements in automation into production, according to Mr. Nguyen Quan, Chairman of VAA.

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