ACF Tech Garden expands cooperation
A Few days ago a CooperationMemorandum was signed with the IT park of Uzbekistan by the Autonomous Cluster Fund Tech Garden in Almaty.
Within the framework of the DIGITAL ALMATY 2020 forum held in Almaty, the Minister for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications of Uzbekistan Shukhrat Sadikov visited the Autonomous Cluster Fund Tech Garden.
The Minister was accompanied by a delegation representing the IT industry of Uzbekistan. The guests were impressed by the results achieved by the Intellisense-LAB Technology Development Center. The center was created by ACF Tech Garden together with the English company IntelliSense.io with the aim of introducing Industry 4.0 at the enterprises of Kazakhstan. The delegation of Uzbekistan was interested in the results of the introduction of the artificial intelligence platform (AI) brains.app to optimize the grinding scheme on the basis of the Aktogay gold recovery plant of JSC AK Altinalmas.
The Uzbek delegation also attracted the attention of the Technological Development Center “BIM + Laboratory”, which is also a joint venture
ACF TechGarden and transnational company EcoDomus Inc. The laboratory is engaged in developments in the field of digitalization of construction, including industrial construction.
Also, the Minister for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications of Uzbekistan Shukhrat Sadikov and the director of the IT park of Uzbekistan Farhod Ibragimov got acquainted with a number of TechGarden startup projects.
Following the meeting, the Directorate of the Technological Park of Software Products and Information Technologies of Uzbekistan (IT Park) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with AKF Tech Garden. The document was signed by the director of the IT park of Uzbekistan Farhod Ibragimov and the general director of ACF Tech Garden Askar Sembin.
In the framework of cooperation, the fraternal Republics will be able to exchange start-up teams and IT companies to develop education in the field of the start-up ecosystem, borrow experience and practice in the field of technological entrepreneurship, and best practices in implementing such policies in their countries.
The first phase of trips is scheduled for the first quarter of this year.
The autonomous cluster fund Tech Garden was created with the support of the Government of Kazakhstan and represents a professional environment for the development of innovations demanded by business based on the effective interaction of business, startups, investors, educational and research institutions.