Iran Reveals Future Tech Plans
Economy, Sci & Tech

Iran Reveals Future Tech Plans

Iran unveiled over 20 technology plans in the 16th Exhibition of Research and Technology in Tehran on Tuesday, which was attended by Iran's Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh and Minister of Science Mohammad Farhadi. The plans were presented in different fields, including anti-patches, polymer plaster, fingerprint recognition system, passport-reader, LED driver, probiotic shrimp and algae-enriched pasta, ISNA reported. Also at the event was the Quadrotor robot and Soleiman Drone, which is capable of landing in a minimum space and carrying 33 kg of load. The robot is the smallest Quadrotor in the world whose dimensions are 1.8 by 1.8 mm. The research expo comes on the back of the 21st International Exhibition of Electronic, Computer and E-Commerce (ELECOMP) which has over 520 domestic and international companies in this edition of the event that opened on Monday. The event is considered the biggest Iranian commercial event of electronics and computer products and services. It provides an opportunity for electronic companies to introduce their latest software and hardware achievements.


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