Wednesday, February 21, 2018

"SkyWay Indonesia" and Gadjah Mada University

The engineers of the SkyWay project organization are already involved in the creation of the specific projects for Indonesia.  The details on these projects will be announced in the near future. To date, "SkyWay Technologies Indonesia" has been actively cooperating with various public and private institutions (such as "Jorong Port Development") with the assistance of the University of Indonesia, the consulting company LAPI ITB, and the University of Gadjah Mada.  SkyWay views Indonesia as one of the main markets and establishes the cooperation with national programs, such as the "Golden Village" and the National Strategic Program for certain ports and areas of tourism development.

Yogyakarta, 19 February 2018 | "SkyWay Technologies Indonesia" reports:

The Team of "SkyWay Indonesia" left for Yogyakarta to visit the University of Gadjah Mada (UGM) by the morning flight. It is one of the historic cities, located about 520 km from Jakarta.  The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding took place at 08.00 on the West-Indonesian time.  The oldest and largest campus in Indonesia is now ready to accompany the "landing" of several SkyWay projects in Indonesia, participating in scientific research and preparing for the introduction of these technologies.

The campus, which is the alma mater of Director of "SkyWay Technologies Indonesia", Madinatul Fadhilah, welcomes its partners with great enthusiasm.  A week ago, during the first visit of "SkyWay Indonesia", UGM Vice-Rector for cooperation and relations with graduates, Master of Law, Dr. Paripurna Sugarda, expressed his gratitude to the company for returning "home". He posted this gratitude on social networks.

UGM is the third university that signed a partnership agreement with SkyWay on Non-commercial terms after the University of Indonesia and the Bandung Institute of Technology with the mediation of the consulting company "LAPI ITB".    Under the scientific research plan, SkyWay will receive support from a group of experts from the UGM Transport and Logistics Research Center (UGM PUSTRAL) and "Cantaka Nusantara Perkasa" company, which will assist SkyWay in preparing the necessary field data.

In addition to the solemn event in signing the Memorandum of Understanding, "Skyway Indonesia" also launched a CSR program in the form of scholarships and the educational program for graduate students in this multinational company.  SkyWay itself is currently working in Indonesia with several government and private organizations, as well as with the community empowerment agencies.

Madinatul Fadhilah, Director of SkyWay in Indonesia, states:  "Together, we must create synergy for the best Indonesia.  Our priority task should be the work in all sectors and involvement of all the elements of the nation in solving the problems of our Motherland. Indonesia is expected to be able to introduce this technology.  We hope to make Indonesia the center of research, development and production in Southeast Asia.  Indonesia will no longer be seen as a market for the technology giants, it itself will have its own technological giant."

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