Semarang (10/12) – Diponegoro University participated in the launching and signing of the MoU Peruri Research Institute for Auntheticity which is held by Peruri. The launching and signing ceremony is held virtually and attended by representatives from BUMN, Peruri, PT. Sicpa Peruri Securink, PT. Giesecke & Devrient Indonesia, as well as university representatives from Undip, UGM, USU, and Unpad. Peruri Research Institute for Auntheticity (PRITA) was built as a research center for security digital printing technology with the theme of integration solution and security printing. In its launch, Peruri collaborates with industrial institutions and partners to develop digital printing in Indonesia.
The launch of PRITA aims to build a research center that is advanced in technology. Collaborating with several universities, it is hoped that all parties can work together well and produce amazing research collaborations. President Director of Peruri, Dwina Septiani Wijaya, revealed that this commitment was formed to create something useful especially during this pandemic. PRITA supports BUMN programs through collaboration with institutions to advance the fields of learning, research, and development. Research institutions have human resources who create innovative creative works independently and have global competitiveness. The Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture, Nadiem Makarim, emphasized that the establishment of this research center can strengthen Indonesia’s technological capabilities. He hopes that good synergy will be established between Peruri and universities so that they can develop business at home and abroad for the advancement of the nation.
Undip Rector, Prof. Dr. Yos Johan Utama, S.H., M.Hum. attended this event which is held online. Prof. Yos hoped that this collaboration can be an important key which is beneficial in economic sectors for all parties. PRITA was officially launched by broadcasting authenticity videos and signing a virtual MoU with the institutional representatives.