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As COVID-19 continues to hamper international interactions, two startups from the US and France collaborating with BE Health in Taiwan have closed venture capital funding rounds recently with more than US$14 million in total successfully. BE Health leverages the unique strengths of its thriving ecosystem to position the accelerator as the gateway to Asia under Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA)'s support for both local and international startups.
MSI, a world leading brand for gaming and creation, holds an online new product launch today. Apart from the constant insistence on ultimate performance for all products, MSI also takes "TECH MEETS AESTHETIC" as belief. From the era of the Renaissance, the Scientific Revolution, and the Enlightenment, the great evolutions are all built upon craftsmanship of humanistic aesthetics and science. MSI combines rounded and fluid form with sleek edges, merging postmodernism design with modern technology, and aims to inspire users across all fields.
The number of Chinese makers in Apple's top-200 supplier list for 2020 is comparable to that of Taiwanese firms. But industry observers believe Taiwanese suppliers' manufacturing flexibility still give them some advantage in the Apple supply chain over their Chinese competitors. GigaDevice, who in 2020 unseated Taiwan's Winbond Electronics as the sole NOR flash supplier for Apple's AirPods, is eyeing a bigger share in the TWS device market. The annual IT tradeshow Computex has kicked off its 2021 edition - a month-long virtual event.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, investors in Thailand have turned their investment targets to enterprises in the stage of growth, resulting in a reduction in number of loans to startups in 2020 to 30 from 2019's 41, but the overall investment amount still went up from US$109 million in 2019 to US$364 million in 2020, according to a report by Techsauce.
Rising popularity of electric vehicles (EV) has grabbed global attention. Poised to replace internal combustion engines, EVs are considered the new trend in the era of sustainability. A storm of competition ignited by Tesla, is brewing in the EV market, with traditional US and European automakers are pushing into in-house battery development and manufacturing with an aim to secure bigger cost advantages in the coming decades.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Advanced Assisted Driving System (ADAS) are the two core elements of the Automated Vehicle (AV). A whole battery of sensors comprises the ADAS. These include short and long-range radar, LiDAR & precision cameras, which help to collect information outside the car at real time. With the help of the AI, the ADAS is then able to differentiate sensor data into crucial categories including pedestrians, obstacles, traffic signs, lane line, other vehicles, proximity, speed and direction relative to the AV, process this and quickly instruct the vehicle's actuators that control acceleration, braking, and steering.
As electric vehicle (EV) development becomes a global effort, batteries that play a vital role to EVs' cost-performance ratios are a focus to manufacturers with ambitions to expand in the EV market. Both traditional and new automakers have considered battery technology development and production capacity to be importance to their overall planning. Automakers across Europe, America, Japan, Korea and China are actively engaging in battery solution research and production line build-up.
The car industry, hit hard by chip shortages, has been scrambling for foundry capacity support. UMC's latest US$3.5 billion fab expansion project has already obtained pre-payment commitments from chip vendors, the latest reportedly being NXP. Notebook vendors do not expect demand to weaken much in 2020, with current notebook supply remaining far short of demand amid serious component shortages. For Acer, PC sales are booming, but its non-PC business has seen even stronger growth.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undersocred the world's over-reliance on China's manufacturing capacity, and accelerated the diversification of the global supply chain, with many firms seeking to building or already building more manufacturing plants in South East Asia. Such a "China+" production diversification strategy presents the nultinational corporations (MNC) with plenty of new opportunities and challenges - in terms of operation, compliance and environment.