LAPAN Cooperates with Indonesian Administration Foundation (YAI)
News Writter : Humas/Sur
Photographers : Humas/Sur
22 Nov 2017
On Wednesday (22/11), LAPAN and three Academics of Yayasan Administrasi Indonesia (YAI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The aforementioned academics are Academy of Accounting (AA), Persada University of Indonesia (UPI), and School of Economics (STIE) of YAI. The ceremony took place at Hj. Darlina Julius Auditorium, Psychology Building, YAI, Jakarta.
This partnership agrees on the improvement of research and assessment of aeronautics and space policy, as well as research, development, and utilization of aeronautics and space technology. The manuscripts were signed by the Director of Aeronautics and Space Policy Studies Center, Agus Hidayat, the Director of Accounting Academy, Marhalinda, the Rector of UPI represented by Vice Rector II, Harries Madiistriyatno, and the Chairman of STIE, Reschiwati.
The scope of the Memorandum of Understanding covers the joint organization of research and assessment of aeronautics and space policy, expert exchange, data and information exchange, human resource capacity building, dissemination and scientific publication of research and assessment, research on development and utilization of remote sensing technology, the use of space and atmospheric science, and research on the development and utilization of aeronautics and space technology.
At the same moment, such aforementioned cooperation was also implemented by holding the implementation of seminar. The national seminar on "Knowing Space Econony and Its Implementation in Indonesia" was presenting the speakers from LAPAN.
The Director of Aeronautics and Space Policy Studies Center was conveying space economy. Meanwhile, the Director of Aerospace Technology Utilization Center, Yuliantini Erowati was discussing the downstream of LAPAN R & D results. Then one of LAPAN researchers, Shinta Rahma Diana, was describing the space economic, economic value of remote sensing data and information.
Lecturers and students in the campus were seen to attend the seminar. Matters regarding the costs and benefits in satellite research and development, about how the global competition for satellite development, as well as regarding data on fishing potential zones, space centers in Indonesia, and so on was discussed in a warm talk show.