National Instruments has opened an office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Based at the CENTEC Tower in District 3, the office will support the country’s research centers and technology sector.
“National Instruments has been involved with universities and research institutes in Vietnam for more than a decade,” said Chandran Nair, managing director of National Instruments Southeast Asia.
“Our approach in Vietnam, like in most countries where we begin operations, is to work closely with the academia and R&D organizations to ensure that the latest tools and technologies are made available to our customers and academic partners.”
The company is optimistic about the Vietnam market over the next five years, focusing on sectors such as oil and gas, manufacturing, building and infrastructure and automotive. The company is also looking to boost its collaborations with academic and research organizations.