• Vibration Testing Machine frequency:100~300rpm
  • Maximum load: 100kg
  • Amplitude: 25.4mm(1 inch)
  • Platform area: 1200x1000mm
  • Motor power:1HP(0.75kw)
  • Size: 1200×1000×650(mm)
  • Timer: 0~99H99m
  • Weight :100kg
  • Accuracy:1rpm

Salt spray corrosion test machine

Salt spray corrosion test machine
  • LX-60A:604540CM inner size
  • LX-90A:906050CM inner size
  • LX-120A:12010050CM inner size
  • LX-160A:16010050CM inner size

UV accelerated aging testing machine

UV accelerated aging testing
  • Ordinary UV lamp 15W 2 sticks
  • 460×300×350mm
  • UVA-340 UV lamp 40W 2 sticks
  • 750×400×450mm
  • UVB-313 UV lamp 40W 2 sticks
  • 750×400×450mm

Network Readiness: Networked Readiness Index (NRI), developed by the University of Harvard, measures the propensity for countries to exploit the opportunities offered by information and communications technology. The NRI seeks to better comprehend the impact of ICT on the competitiveness of nations. The NRI is a composite of three components: the environment for ICT offered by a given country or community, the readiness of the community’s key stakeholders (individuals, businesses, and governments) to use ICT, and finally the usage of ICT amongst these stakeholders. Unfortunately, the latest survey (2006-7) revealed that Bangladesh’s NRI ranking is one of the lowest among the Asian countries.

f) Use of open source software: Many countries (e.g. France and Malaysia) have started to use open source software in ICT development projects for cost effectiveness. Unfortunately, in our ICT development domain the culture of using open source has not yet been introduced.

The use of information and communication technology has been playing a vital role in the 21st century due to globalization and the government is encouraged to adapting with the coming future. The democratic government has declared the “Vision 2021” in the election manifesto which targets establishment of a resourceful and modern country by 2021 through effective use of information and communication technology-a “Digital Bangladesh”.

“Digital Bangladesh” does not only mean the broad use of computers, perhaps it means the modern philosophy of effective and useful use of technology in terms of implementing the promises in education, health, job placement, poverty reduction etc. Therefore, the government underscores a changing attitude, positive thinking and innovative ideas for the success of “Digital Bangladesh”.