Yogyakarta – Gadjah Mada University teams up with technology company Honeywell to build a facility named “Honeywell UGM Connected Laboratory”. It employs an astute technology with automatized system which can be operated connectively.
Previously a Honeywell Lab was already established in Bandung Institute of Technology and University of Indonesia. Now there are three of its kind which can be connected each other and share resources among them using the provided technology.
Minister for Research, Technology and Higher Education Mohamad Nasir inaugurated UGM’s Honeywell Lab on November 28. The event, held at UGM’s school of engineering building, was continued by a discussion titled “Commitment and Collaboration to make Indonesia 4.0”.