NASENI, Indonesia Revive Collaboration On Technology Transfer To Nigeria
Following President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive to the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) to seek international
collaboration in the area of technology transfer for the development of Nigeria economy, the Agency and the Indonesian Government have agreed to work together.the enhancement of copyrights administration, has landed in Ghana.Share on Telegram The value of football transfers globally in 2021 was the lowest for five years as the coronavirus pandemic took its toll on clubs' finances for a second year, according to FIFA's "Global Transfer Report".Published 15 January 2022 FIFA has imposed a one-year transfer ban on Marseille in the ongoing dispute over the 2020 signing of midfielder Pape Gueye, a source told AFP on Saturday.
This was disclosed in a statement issued by Olusegun Ayeoyenikan Deputy Director, Information of NASENI, stressing that this was made possible when the Indonesia Ambassador to Nigeria, Dr.Usra Hendra Harahap paid a courtesy visit to the Executive Vice Chairman/CE of NASENI, Engr.With the launch in Ghana, Gocreate Africa, a Nigerian tech company, is spearheading the drive to digitize the African creative industries by providing its music recognition technology (Go Monitor) to Collective Management Organisations across the continent.Prof.Citing unnamed sources, German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) and Switzerland’s Luzerner Zeitung suggested that Cedric Remund, 38, was the previously unidentified fifth person at a secret meeting with Infantino and Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber at the Schweizerhof Hotel in Bern on June 16, 2017.Mohammed Sani Haruna in Abuja.ADVERTISEMENT According to him, Gocreate Africa’s mission is to make technology-driven solution and data available to all African creative industries thereby translating the creative marketplace into a digital ecosystem where all intellectual properties are properly tracked, monitored and monetised.He noted that discussions were held on issues of transfer of technology to Nigeria by Indonesia, exchange of engineering principles, amongst others to create jobs, address poverty in Nigeria and also empower Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for Nigeria to manufacture products that can compete both at local and foreign markets.In April of that year, he signed a pre-contract with Watford before changing his mind and agreeing a deal with Marseille.
Also agreement for more collaborations were reached on exchange of ideas and innovation, technology transfer in various areas of interest for Nigeria such as Aircraft design, spare parts production, maintenance, repairs, mechanized agriculture, military vehicles, weaponry and ammunition, military vessels.Gocreate has been able to provide the solution to these problems with the deployment of Go Monitor, a digital solution for copyright and royalty management.86 billion, a fall of 13.ADVERTISEMENT In his welcome remarks, the Executive Vice Chairman of NASENI disclosed that the relationship between NASENI and Indonesia dated back to the establishment of the Agency since 1992 as Nigeria adopted similar activities of PT.PINDAD of Indonesia, adding that NASENI also had benefited a lot from Indonesia technology know-hows.This will enable CMOs to distribute catalogue specific royalties and close the revenue gaps in the music industries by instituting full compliance to copyright laws.He said that NASENI’s Small Hydro Power (SHP) Turbine was reverse engineered from the one procured from Indonesia after the initial training of NASENI engineers by Indonesia on manufacturing of Cross-Flow Turbine, which is currently in use at some of Nigeria dams for generation of power especially at the rural areas.While the biggest transfer of 2021, Romelu Lukaku’s £97.He noted that President Muhamamdu Buhari has mandated NASENI to seek collaboration in technology transfer on manufacturing and domestication of armoured personnel carriers from Indonesia and other equipment needed for manufacturing of fertilizer, aircraft, mechanized agriculture and irrigation system.” Aside Ghana, Go Monitor, which is now available on the web, Android and IOS platforms, will be deployed in Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Uganda, South Africa and a number of other African countries by the first quarter of 2022.
He added that with the collaboration, Indonesia would help Nigeria acquire many more technologies for the development of Nigeria economy especially in the agricultural sector.YOU MAY.A total of 18,068 transfers were registered, against 17,190 in 2020, a rise of five percent.
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