During their visit, chief executive officer of SRTI
Park, Hussain Al Mahmoudi, briefed the delegation about SRTI
Park's advantages and the services it offers to investors.
The Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI
Park) recently held a meeting with a delegation from China and discussed opportunities and strategic partnerships to attract Chinese investors.
HE Hussain Al Mahmoudi, CEO of SRTI
Park said: "We are proud to partner with a world-class institution such as Fraunhofer, and this is a demonstration of Sharjah's global standing, represented by the SRTI
Park and its pivotal role in supporting and developing the region's innovation ecosystem."
"We are proud to partner with a world-class institution such as Fraunhofer," remarked Hussain Al Mahmoudi, CEO of SRTI
Park, after signing the agreement with a number of senior officials and researchers representing various specialised research institutes from Fraunhofer.
"Bunge is focused on building 21st century value chains that are transparent, verified sustainable and create positive impact on the ground," said Marcio Valentim Moura, Director of Global Logistics for Bunge, and who represents Bunge in the SRTI
and its parent organization, the Sustainable Shipping Initiative.
This project comes as a result of triple helix collaboration of government, private, and academia, where CyBe Construction (the Dutch organisation) is selected as the technology provider to build the 3D house in SRTI
As the new kind of investment destination in Sharjah, SRTI
Park, an initiative of the American University of Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE), is committed towards positioning itself as a premier research and innovation hub in the UAE.
Built in one day, these houses can last for a longer period of time than traditional ones, SRTI
UK, in line with SRTI
's Innovation & Cities of the Future' program.
The RSS changes and weight matrix are inputted to the SRTI
calculating unit to form a discretized propagation image [??] of the monitored area.
The Japanese birthrate has declined rapidly since 1989, and the Japanese total fertility rate dropped to 1.25 children born per woman of childbearing age in 2005 (SRTI
, 2011) (see Figure 1).