UPM, as the project leader, will be contributing its expertise in wireless communication and forestry research through its Wireless and Photonics Network Research Centre of Excellence (WiPNET) and Institute of Tropical Forestry and Forest Products (INTROP).
UPM Faculty of Engineering researcher Aduwati Sali explains that the project is aimed at implementing both technological and social innovation for RMFR communities in protecting Mother Nature.
Funded by Japan’s National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and ICT Virtual Organisation of ASEAN Institutes (ASEAN IVO), the project is organised under Networked ASEAN Peat Swamp Forest Communities (NAPC), which is also participated by Brunei and Indonesia.
Date of Input: 07/10/2020 | norfaryanti
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