TUMO Labs had begun its educational program a few months before the state of emergency was announced. Since then, previously launched projects have continued and been completed, in addition to several new projects. In collaboration with local and international IT companies, such as the Armenian branch of the German company Osensus, AOByte, the Healthcare Innovation Center, TeamViewer Armenia, the British-Armenian Viciniti and Garoon Tech, TUMO Labs has implemented projects centered around artificial intelligence, 3D programming and IoT (Internet of Things), as well as digitization of the healthcare sector and development of agricultural technology. In these projects, students create applications and programs while gaining up-to-date knowledge and skills necessary for the demands of the market.
"Engineering and applied science are among the most important factors in the formula for Armenia's medium term success, both in the region and globally. While software engineering remains a priority, it can no longer be the only basis for innovation. Active participation in international networks of biology, material science, precision engineering and other key technologies will allow us to create value, and that is the strategic direction adopted by the EU TUMO Convergence Center," says Pegor Papazian, Chief Development Officer of the TUMO Center for Creative Technologies."