جاپان کا حقیقی ٹرانسفارمر روبوٹ تیار، حرکات اور تمام فیچرز حیرت انگیز

ٹوکیو(سی ایم لنکس)جاپانی ماہرین نے ایک حیرت انگیز ٹرانسفارمر روبوٹ بنایا ہے جو چند لمحوں میں ایک مکمل کار میں تبدیل ہوجاتا ہے۔ اسے جے ڈایٹی رائڈ کا نام دیا گیا ہے جو ایک طرح سے جاپانی سائبروٹرون کی نقل ہے۔مکمل طور پر تبدیل ہونے والا حقیقی روبوٹ چار میٹر بلند ہے اور وہ زمین بوس ہوکر ایک کار میں تبدیل ہوجاتا ہے۔ جے ڈایٹی رائڈ کو جاپان کی تین مشہور کمپنیوں نے مل کر تیار کیا ہے۔

اور اس پر گزشتہ چار برس سے کام جاری تھا۔ اب اسے نومبر میں فلوریڈا میں ہونے والی ایک ٹیکنالوجی نمائش میں پیش کیا جائے گا۔اسے ٹرانسفارمر سے متاثر ہوکر تیار کیا گیا ہے جسے جاپان کے مشہور مکینکل ڈیزائنر کیونیو اوکاوارہ نے ڈیزائن کیا ہے۔ تاہم یہ ٹرانسفارمر فلم کی طرح اس تیزی سے تبدیل نہیں ہوتا لیکن اپنے جیسی ایجادات سے قدرے بہتر ہے۔ خود کو بدلتے دوران یہ روبوٹ بہت سی اشکال میں ڈھلتا ہے اور گاڑی سے روبوٹ اور روبوٹ سے گاڑی میں بدل جاتا ہے۔یہ روبوٹ کار میں بدلنے کے بعد 60 کلومیٹر فی گھنٹہ کی رفتار سے دوڑ سکتا ہے اور انہی پہیوں کی مدد سے یہ روبوٹ بھی آگے بڑھتا ہے۔ تاہم اس کے چلنے کی رفتار بہت سست ہے جو 100 میٹر فی گھنٹہ ہے اور یہی وجہ ہے کہ انجینئر روبوٹ کے بجائے کار کی رفتار زیادہ فخر سے بتاتے ہیں۔لیکن اس کی حرکات اور تمام فیچرز بہت حیرت انگیز ہیں جو جاپانی انجینئروں کی مہارت کا ایک عمدہ شاہکار بھی ہے۔ کار میں آسانی سے دو افراد بیٹھ سکتے ہیں۔ٹرانسفارمر کو مشترکہ طور پر اسراٹیک، سینسائی ٹیکنالوجیز اور بریو روبوٹکس نے مشترکہ طور پر تیار کیا ہے۔ اگلے مرحلے میں یہ رپورٹ کمرشل بنیادوں پر فروخت کیا جائے گا۔

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Telenor Pakistan collaborates with LMKT to provide IBM’s Accurate Weather Forecast to local farmers

PR:  Telenor Pakistan, continuing its efforts to transform the Pakistani agriculture sector which is the primary source of livelihood for millions of Pakistani households, has partnered with LMKT, an IBM partner, to provide farmers across the country with localized and accurate weather forecasting data. The move aims to advance agricultural practices in Pakistan and educate farmers to help them improve their yields by making informed decisions based on latest weather conditions.

Under the agreement, LMKT will be supporting Telenor Pakistan’s goals by implementing an accurate weather forecasting solution that will provide daily and hourly weather forecast at a resolution of 1 sq km from globally recognized platforms. It’s important to note that LMKT uses IBM’s state-of-the-art technology for its weather forecast services. The partnership will enable Telenor Pakistan to drive various agronomic advisory services to stakeholders in the agriculture sector through multiple channels including mobile devices. This will empower more than 5 million Khushaal Zamindaar users across Pakistan and farmers being supported by the CAPP (Connected Agriculture Platform Punjab) program in collaboration with Government of Punjab.

“Being Pakistan’s primary digital lifestyle partners with a strong rural presence, and movers of many industry-first initiatives aimed at transformation of Pakistani agricultural sector, we at Telenor Pakistan know what the sector’s challenges are and how to resolve them effectively,” said Durdana Achakzai, Chief Digital Officer at Telenor Pakistan. “We are pleased to have partnered with LMKT, a leading technology company specializing in geographic information systems, to deliver hyper localized weather advisory to millions of farmers across Pakistan. These advisories are critical for the success of farmers and support our ongoing efforts to empower the Pakistani kissan and modernize our agricultural practices.”

“This agreement with Pakistan’s top telecom and digital services provider, Telenor Pakistan, underpins LMKT’s continuous efforts towards establishing a highly accurate and standardized weather forecasting system in Pakistan,” said Muhammad Haroon Sharif, Vice President GIS, Research & Development LMKT. “We are working closely with different stakeholders including Pakistan Meteorological Department and independent research groups to help various industries that rely on accurate weather forecasting data such as agriculture, renewable energy production and utilities.”

Telenor Pakistan has been working closely with the local governments in Pakistan to empower the country’s farmers through a number of digital advisory services. In December 2015, Telenor launched Khushal Zamindar, a user-friendly Robocall, IVR and SMS content based mobile agriculture service for small-scale farmers. Following its success and the ratio of female farmers using it, Telenor Pakistan launched its women-specific version called Khushaal Aangan in December 2017. In March 2018, Telenor collaborated with the Punjab Agriculture Department to launch Connected Agriculture Platform Punjab (CAPP) to improve farmers’ access to information, financial resources, and market.

LMKT has recently launched real-time, location-based weather information for farmers as part of a digital farming initiative with Government of Punjab’s Department of Agriculture. The initiative aims to improve farming practices in the province by communicating relevant agronomic advisories to farmers.

In today’s fast paced world, mobile is the force behind every emerging innovation changing lifestyles. Keeping in mind the challenges that farmers face in Pakistan, mobile technology offers immense potential to bring about a significant improvement in their lives. Hence, mobile agricultural services are becoming increasingly valuable for the agriculture sector.

Reference: www.technologytimes.pk

Chinese Universities will facilitate the Pakistani students

Zhao Lijian, deputy chief of Mission at Embassy of the People’s Republic of China, has said that the Chinese universities will facilitate the Pakistani students to acquire education in different fields in Chinese universities while addressing the certificate-awarding ceremony after inaugurating the Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy (HAINA) at the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology.

With the establishment of HAINA by Huawei, a Chinese organization and GIK Institute have consented to cooperate to build up a working relationship and bridge the information and communication technology knowledge and skills gap.

Through the HAINA program, Huawei and GIK Institute will cooperate to help the regional information and communication technology education, share information and make more openings.

The coordinated effort will offer the students a great opportunity and chance to take in the most recent industrial trends and technological advancement toward becoming Huawei certified in support of ensuing professions in the ICT business.

Zhao said that in 2010, the number of Pakistani students in Chinese universities was 5000 and it becomes double in numbers in 2016 with 22000 students. The Chinese universities are destination of various Pakistani students and their number is expected to rise further,” he added.

About China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), he said that Pakistan and China focus on the framework of energy provision and upgrading the infrastructure. He said the rest of the areas of this project would soon be taken after. He said that under the CEPC industry, production and transport would be completed after the energy and infrastructure up gradation.

Jahangir Bashar rector GIK said that GIK Institute already had substantial academic connections with Chinese universities. We have signed MoUs with Northwestern Polytechnic University, and Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics,” he said. “We need to do much more together, particularly in the context of the CPEC,”

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Ghulam Abbas, director HAINA said that through the HAINA programme, we would be able to equipped students with skills and cut edge technology.

“It is a pride for the GIK Institute to be first among all newly selected HAINAs in Pakistan to complete the first batch of training,”

The ceremony was attended by Shamsul Mulk, president of Society for the Promotion of Engineering Sciences and Technology in Pakistan (SOPREST), Shakil Durrani, Executive Director SOPREST, Jahangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute, Prof Dr Jamilun Nabi, Pro-Rector (academic ), Ahsan Basir Sheikh, Pro-Rector (Admin and Finance), faculty members and students of GIK Institute.

Reference: www.technologytimes.pk

Ahsan approves HEC’s development budget worth Rs 45 bn for 2018-19

ISLAMABAD, Apr 16 (APP):Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms, Ahsan Iqbal on Monday approved allocation of
Rs 45 billion for the development budget of Higher Education Commission (HEC) under Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) 2018-19 despite HEC’s recommendation to allocate Rs 35 billion for the upcoming fiscal year.
Chairing a meeting of Annual Plan Coordination Committee (APCC) here, the minister said that in order to compete with the developed nations in higher education, research, science and technology sectors, it was essential to allocate maximum possible funding.
He said in the current international scenario, it was our national responsibility to move forward in the realm of knowledge and quality research as we can compete the world only by establishing knowledge based economy.
The minister directed the HEC authorities to prepare doable projects to ensure more competitive higher education based on modern techniques and technology.
It may be mentioned here that the current government has increased the HEC development budget by over 135 per cent during previous five years.

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Reference: http://app.com.pk

KOICA Held Pre-Departure Orientation for Economic Development Strategy for Public Officials

 

Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Pakistan held a pre-departure meeting for 17 high level government officials for Country Focused Training program on “Economic Development Strategy” scheduled to be held in Korea from March 18~31, 2018. The intended training program aims to provide useful insight and guideline on economic development by sharing Korea’s economic development experience and to strengthen policy making and implementation capacity of Government officials from Pakistan.

Addressing at the occasion, newly arrived Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Pakistan, Mr.  Kwak Sung-Kyu welcomed the participants and said that Pakistan is a resource-rich country and possesses Natural resources like mineral, fuel, natural gas and agricultural land and has a high potential to transform in to developed Nation. The training will be focused on enhancing vision of you on socio-economic development of Korea and I hope you can learn and apply those lessons for sustainable development of Pakistan and fostering Korea-Pakistan development cooperation.

The participants are from different Ministries including Planning commission, Economic Affairs, Capital Administration and Federal Board of Revenue. Mr. Muhamamd Humair Karim Joint Secretary EAD assured their support for strengthening ties between Pakistan and South Korea and paid their gratitude to the Korean government for offering this much needed training Program. Mr. Abdul Rahman Khan and Mr. Muhammad Ali Raza Program coordinators of KOICA briefly introduced the courses and orientate participants about the Pre- Departure logistics of the training program.

Reference: www.technologytimes.pk