LINPRA PRESIDIUM MEETING AT TELTONIKA
On 26 August, the Presidium members' meeting of LINPRA (Lithuanian Engineering and Technology Industry Association) was held at Teltonika IoT Group companies. LINPRA Presidium members were invited to visit Teltonika by Arvydas Paukštys, founder and president of the group.
The meeting participants discussed the overall situation in the technology industry as well as market trends and forecasts. Much attention was also paid to new projects that will enable Lithuanian industrial companies and educational institutions to strengthen their international ties, support the development of innovative products and solutions.
Plans for the second half of 2021 were introduced to the members of LINPRA. It was noted that LINPRA is keeping pace with its planned activities despite the current uncertain situation regarding COVID-19. According to LINPRA Director Mr. Darius Lasionis, LINPRA is looking forward to many networking events (exhibitions, seminars, B2B meetings), exchanges, etc. in the autumn, both in Lithuania and abroad.
"Another important aspect discussed at the meeting was LINPRA's strategic directions. The emphasis was placed on LINPRA's role as an opinion maker, strengthening the representation of members' interests, continuing to increase the value for its members and the sector as a whole, particularly focusing on education, encouraging young people to take up engineering careers, and assisting companies in the implementation of the technological transformation," said Mr. D. Lasionis.
Teltonika IoT Group became a member of LINPRA this summer. On this occasion, the meeting was held for the first time at Teltonika's premises in Vilnius. All participants were also invited to a tour of the modern Teltonika EMS production facility in Liepkalnis and introduced to the Teltonika High-Tech Hill technology park project.
LINPRA is an independent business organisation, representing the interests of the Lithuanian engineering and technology industry. Currently, the association unites more than 120 members - leading companies operating in the Lithuanian engineering and technology industry ecosystem. LINPRA encourages the sector to keep pace with the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), accelerate national progress, and create added value. The association's mission is to ensure that companies operate more efficiently and sell more.