Delta donates equipment and opens co-working space in Thailand
Delta Electronics (Thailand) opened the Innovation Engineering Co-working Space at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) and donated new Delta robots, industrial automation equipment and interactive display products to the Delta Industrial Automation Lab at the KMITL Faculty of Engineering.
Mr. Jackie Chang, President of Delta Thailand, and Associate Professor Dr. Somyot Kaitwanidvilai, KMITL Faculty of Engineering Dean, officially opened the new co-working space and Delta management demonstrated the donated equipment to KMITL staff and students. On the same day, Delta donated also its original six-axis articulated robots, new actuators and a NovoTouch interactive large-screen display to the Delta Industrial Automation Lab at the KMITL Faculty of Engineering. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Mr. Jackie Chang said, “Delta is proud to continue our pioneering development of automation education at Thailand’s universities. Today we further strengthen our excellent collaboration with KMITL with the new co-working center and our latest advanced equipment for the Delta Industrial Automation Lab here. We look forward to supporting more top universities like KMITL to foster Thailand’s next generation of engineering talents who will help create a technology-driven and sustainable economy.”
Around 1,000 Thai engineering students have already trained at the Delta Automation Academy so far. Delta has set up Delta Industrial Automation Labs in Thailand’s top universities including: Chulalongkorn University, Kasetsart University, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang and King Mongkut's University of Technology campuses in North Bangkok and in Thonburi.
Delta Electronics Thailand opened the Innovation Engineering Co-working Space at KMITL and donated new Delta industrial automation equipment to the Delta Industrial Automation Lab. Left is Mr. Jackie Chang, President of Delta Thailand.