The Hanoitimes - TMA is the first software company investing in Quy Hoa valley, Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province, and the site is set to become Vietnam’s first science and technology urban area.
Vietnam’s first creative park with a total investment of US$8 million is expected to operate by 2021 after three years of construction, the government portal reported.
The groundbreaking ceremony for TMA Binh Dinh creative park was organized on August 28 by Ho Chi Minh City-based TMA Solutions company.
TMA creative park is a software park and located on an area of 15ha in Quy Hoa science and education urban area in Quy Nhon City. It consists of a center for producing and exporting software, a center for research and application, a center for data science, a center for artificial intelligence and a center for application of Internet of Things.
TMA creative park was built next to ICISE Quy Nhon. Photo: ICISE
Construction of the park is divided into two phases. After 15 years, the park will have about 3,000 highly-skilled workers. As part of the park, major premises such as software manufacturing and export center, research and application center, data science center, artificial intelligence center, IoT application center will be built.
Secretary of Binh Dinh Province’s Party Committee Nguyen Thanh Tung told Vietnam News Agency that the park will be a push for the province to join the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Quy Hoa Valley was chosen by Dr. Tran Thanh Van and Le Kim Ngoc to build the International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE) Quy Nhon.
The ICISE Quy Nhon has been in operation since August 2013 and has received over 3,500 scientists from 35 countries in the world, including 12 Nobel and Fields laureates. Each year, this center organizes many conferences and scientific seminars, offering opportunities for for many Vietnamese and international scientists to study.
The ICISE Quy Nhon is continuing to perfect the scientific space complex with space models, astronomical observation stations, scientific discoverers, contributing to the Quy Hoa scientific valley.