OMO in cooperation with NAU
National Aviation University and Europe’s first smart home service provider OMO signed a memorandum of cooperation. Henceforth, students of Cybersecurity, Computer and Software Engineering faculties will be able to intern at the company and test their knowledge in practice.
The main goal of the memorandum is a creation of a business incubator, a platform for training and practice of future IoT specialists. In the process of training, students will develop smart devices that will become reliable and invisible assistants in space automation in the future.
“The memorandum is the first step towards our partnership. We have always wanted to create a base where new knowledge would have practical application. This will be much easier and faster with the help of qualified specialists who are ready to teach and mentor”, said Dean of Cybersecurity, Computer and Software Engineering Kateryna Nesterenko.
The students visited OMO R&D Center before signing the memorandum. They got to know the team and discussed the details of future cooperation.
“We aim to share our experience because we believe that this will give a boost to the country in the IoT market. Many good specialists in Ukraine only lack space for the idea`s implementation. We have resources and will gladly support young developers who are ready to change the future”, co-founder and CEO of OMO Vadym Sydorenko comments on the future cooperation.
The program provides two directions. The first one for engineers who want to work with electronic equipment. The second one is designed for young programmers. The incubator participants will study the modern technology stack and look into ZigBee, MQTT and other protocols in practice.