The forum is part of the National Conference on Electronics, Communications and IT (REV – ECIT 2020). Here, scientists have shared many topics and research reports to effectively serve the digital transformation.
On the afternoon of December 19, the Vietnam Radio – Electronics Association held the 23rd National Conference on Electronics, Communication and IT (REV – ECIT 2020) This year, the Conference REV – ECIT 2020 was held. with the theme “Audiovisual technology and multimedia in digital conversion”.
2020 is a year of great volatility due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy. However, this is also the year that the information and communication industry has been making its best efforts to bring the advances of science and technology in the fields of electronics, telecommunications and information technology to solving social problems.
|The National Conference on Electronics, Communication and IT (REV – ECIT 2020) was just held in Hanoi. Photo: Trong Dat|
According to Mr. Tran Duc Lai – Chairman of the Vietnam Radio and Electronics Association, the National Conference on Electronics, Communication and IT is a large forum where scientific reports of telecom researchers are presented. information throughout the country. At REV – ECIT 2020, the organizers have received 87 scientific reports from institutes, schools and research organizations.
After reviewing, 69 reports were accepted with 33 reports presented in 6 subcommittees including Antenna, Broadcasting and Application; Signal Processing; Embedded System; Telecommunication network; IT and Electronic Engineering subcommittee.
In addition to the reports, the Vietnam Radio and Electronics Association cooperated with Voice of Vietnam to organize a High-Level Forum on audio-visual technology and multimedia to directly serve the digital transformation strategy. nation.
|Mr. Tran Duc Lai – Chairman of Vietnam Association of Radio and Electronics. Photo: Trong Dat|
Sharing at the conference, Deputy Minister Phan Tam said that in the complicated situation of the Covid-19 epidemic, the fact that there were 87 scientific reports sent to the conference showed that REV – ECIT 2020 was a prestigious conference. scientists and researchers highly appreciated. Reports at the Conference include many research topics on artificial intelligence as well as technologies for digital transformation with many practical implications.
This year, in addition to the scientific reporting subcommittees, the conference also organized a forum on audio-visual technology and multimedia in digital transformation. The Ministry of Information and Communications appreciates this initiative because it is a positive response to the National Digital Transformation program issued by the Government.
|Deputy Minister Phan Tam highly appreciated the sharing of scientists at the Forum on audio-visual technology and multimedia in digital transformation. Photo: Trong Dat|
At the Conference, Deputy Minister Phan Tam suggested that research institutions, scientists, and graduate students strengthen the connection with the business community to soon convert their research results into solutions for application in practice, from which it serves to transform the number of countries.
The Ministry of Information and Communications wants the Conference to find out models and solutions for digital transformation in editorial and audiovisual management activities to help these units promptly adapt to the trend of radio, television and publishing. Internet environment.