Innovation Makes Things Better
Welcome to DIP Foundation
We realize it or not, we have already passed more than a decade under 4th Industrial Revolution! In the coming years as the diversified technology components under 4IR become more matured and combine and reinforce each other, 4IR will gather the capacity to alter the models across our Political, Economic and Social landscapes as we see them now. Fusion of as many as 250 Technology components from IoT sensors, Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) to Genetics, Nano Technologies and their interaction across physical, digital and biological domains will change not even “what” and the “how” of doing things but also “who” we are.
At this new dawn of 2nd Machine age, we at DIP Foundation have taken up vouch to introduce and promulgate 4IR Technology based Innovations in the country to accelerate sustainable social and economic development thus assist our motherland to leapfrog into a highly diversified, equitable and developed economy by year 2041, as per goal set by Government of Bangladesh.
Technologies Under 4IR
Internet of things
Development Innovation Platform or DIP Foundation is a Social Enterprise registered in Bangladesh, with mission to promote innovation in the field of technology, advancement in policy and business practices and assist Government initiative in making Bangladesh ready in the context of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0).
DIP Foundation is one of the foremost pioneers to promote Advanced Technology related to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0 / 4IR) in Bangladesh, which includes Software components, Robotics, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and other Advanced Technologies
Advanced Technology Engineering Laboratories (Armath)
“Armath” is a youth engineering Club-laboratory Program for 10-18 year old children to enable the rising generation gain engineering skills, specifically in Programming, 2D, 3D Modelling and Printing as well as in Robotics and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The program, started in 2014 in Armenia by Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises (UATE), is currently running in 280+ schools and have more than 7500 students. By the end of 2019 number of Armath Labs will be more than 600 where 284 will be funded by Government and 290 by Private.
Armath Engineering Lab and its Global Partnerships
‘Massachusetts Institute of Technology’ (MIT) and other reputable institutions collaborated with UATE, Armenia to develop the curriculum of the Advanced Technology Engineering (Armath) Club-Laboratories. The Labs received sponsorship of renowned IT and Telecom companies and reputable donors such as HSBC Bank, Save the Children, World Vision and others in Armenia. In addition, the government of Armenia supported the implementation and mainstreaming of the Labs in Armenia. DIP Foundation has exclusive partnership of Armath Labs in Bangladesh. Apart from Bangladesh, Armath is also working with representatives from India, Mongolia, Georgia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan and Russia.