BOLTS companions with NUST to develop transformer well being monitoring system

ISLAMABAD: BOLTS Restricted has partnered with the Nationwide College of Sciences & Expertise (NUST) Islamabad to develop a state-of-the-art Transformer Well being Monitoring System.

Professional-Rector (RIC) NUST, Rear Admiral (Retd) Dr Nassar Ikram, and BOLTS (Non-public) Restricted Chairman, Usama Qureshi, signed the settlement within the federal capital on December 9  within the presence of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa, Federal Minister for Science and Expertise Fawad Chaudhry, and different high-level dignitaries have been additionally current on the inauguration of Pakistan’s first Nationwide Science & Expertise Park established within the varsity’s Islamabad campus.

In line with the settlement, NUST shall license its mental property to BOLTS which has been developed by native academia for commercialisation and additional improvement of expertise.

On the event, Usama Qureshi mentioned, “It is a new starting and an ideal improvement for energy sector in Pakistan. It’s a matter of nice satisfaction for Pakistan that our universities have the capability to develop high-end expertise domestically. We’re very excited to work with NUST on this mission. We imagine that this expertise can show to be a game-changer within the upkeep of distribution transformers (PMT).”

About BOLTS

BOLTS (non-public) Restricted makes a speciality of offering electrical switchgear panels and turnkey
powersolutions. BOLTS has a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility managed by knowledgeable workforce and graduates from prime universities which permits it to face out from the competitors.

BOLTS’ senior administration and Board of Administrators includes of pros having huge expertise of working in prestigious organizations.

Feedback

feedback



picture supply

Leave a Reply

Back to top button
Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker