Wärtsilä recently launched a new digital expertise center in capital Dhaka in order to share its experience with Bangladesh experts and people as well.
Being experienced from different countries, the Wärtsilä will share experience about how and in what way power supply can be optimised. They also share data, analysis and human expertise in this regard, said a press release issued to the newspaper on Saturday.
A key function of the centre is to provide real time support to customers and help them and address unforeseen technical events.
It has similar centres in the US, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, India and Brazil, all connected to its headquarters in Finland, the technology group said the release. “I’m very happy to see the features and applications of this Wärtsilä Digital Expertise Centre at Dhaka as I am a strong advocate of adoption of latest technology in the country, particularly related to digital technology,” said National Professor Jamilur Reza Choudhury.
Nina Vaskunlahti, Ambassador of Finland to Bangladesh and India, said, “Opening of the centre in Dhaka is fascinating because with the presence of interconnected expertise centres in different time zones around the world, attending the problems and solving the issues can truly be real-time”.
“Wärtsilä’s purpose is to enable sustainable societies with smart technology and a major part of that is to continuously improve the installation’s energy efficiency throughout its lifecycle,” said Jillur Rahim, managing director, Wartsila Bangladesh.
“Our digital expertise centre will play a critical role to enable just that, and to bring further value to our energy customers and partners,” he added.