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Iran on Monday unveiled 5 indigenized knowledge-based products in a ceremony in the central city of Isfahan in the presence of First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri.
The five products were developed by the knowledge-based companies present in Isfahan science and technology town.
The knowledge-based products include a system for vacuum-therapy of wounds by Fanavar Pouya company which is a smart system with a digital monitoring system and can provide the needed minus pressure on the wound using a pomp.
Other products are compost technology produced through the bio-geme nano-bio-reactor method by Nano Vahed Sanaat company and also a system made by Payam Company for protecting information of vital servers.
The colored pigments used in detergents and linear actuator technology by Ehya Sanaat of Sepehan Company with applications in different industries, including biomedical engineering, construction industry and sports equipment were other knowledge-based products unveiled by Jahangiri today.
Iran also unveiled five new home-made knowledge-based products used in different industries last Tuesday.
The new products were unveiled in a ceremony in Pardis Technology Park in Tehran in the presence of Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sourena Sattari.
One of the products named mobile physics laboratory can be used for simultaneous teaching and conducting relevant experiments. The experiments which can be done with this laboratory cover all topics related to high school physics, including optics, electricity and telecommunications.
The other four knowledge-based products included operational robot for pipe networks, high-pressure capsules, direct current rotor-engines and hemodialysis machine.
Iran is among the few world countries such as the US, Japan and Germany that have access to knowledge-based technologies.
Iran has taken wide strides in science and technology, particularly in medical and medicinal fields, in recent years.
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