In collaboration with ThaiBev, researchers from CMKL University, Oishi Group, and Carnegie Mellon University are using data analytics to recognize what appeals most to consumers and capitalizing on it.
To provide consumers with fresher products, researchers from CMKL and Carnegie Mellon University have been working with ThaiBev to design a system that allows businesses to remain up to date on customer inventory.
To address these issues faced by Thai Beverage Logistics (TBL), researchers from CMKL University and Carnegie Mellon University have developed a scalable abstraction modeler for large logistics operations in collaboration with ThaiBev.
In attempts to optimize Thai Beverage Recycle’s (TBR) recycling process, a team of researchers from CMKL University and Carnegie Mellon University have developed an automated bottle screening process in collaboration with ThaiBev.
In today’s world, anyone can enter the stock market with just a few clicks on a mobile application. Many people who do not have any background or knowledge of investment enter the market because their friends or family advised them. With the advent of technology, it has become relatively easy for scammers to spread false information and lure investors into Ponzi schemes where they might face financial risks.
The research project of Gesture Emotion Detection in collaboration with Kasikorn Business-Technology Group (KBTG), aims at providing machines the ability to detect, identify, and track people automatically and subsequently interpret human emotional behavior in a real-time manner.
Phishing websites are developing as communication technology improves and are a cornerstone of internet criminal activities. The spread of malicious Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) is one of the main methods used to conduct phishing attacks.
In collaboration with the Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA), researchers from CMKL and Carnegie Mellon University are working to develop a forensics data platform that is able to successfully recover data deleted by criminals.
CMKL collaborates closely with Betagro in order to develop and produce high quality, safe and nutritious food products from our modern and firmly established agro-industrial. We conduct research-based operations for the benefit of people around the world.
According to research, approximately 7.5 million people are 65 years or older in Thailand, which is 11% of the Thai population in 2016. The number has increased from 5% in 1995 and will be expected to represent more than a quarter of the population by 2040, with 17 million Thais projected to be 65 years or older