In the age of globalization, remote technology has become the best tool for educational organizations to shorten the distance between cities and rural areas and minimize the difference in resources, especially with the frantic adoption of remote teaching by many schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the unstable nature of the pandemic, this educational model may become a constant in the future. However, ensuring that teachers maintain the efficiency and quality of teaching in a different space and medium has become a problem schools must solve first. The vice president of AVer Information Inc, Stanley Cheng, stated that remote teaching in schools today mostly use existing online meeting platforms in the market. On the other hand, AVer has integrated AI technology into products to assist teachers in strengthening teaching efficiency through smarter functions.
Megvii Technology, a China-based artificial intelligence (AI) company, has finally received its notice of admission for listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange Science and Technology Innovation Board (STAR market). The approval in September 2021 comes after six months of waiting.
After 12 years as an engineer and salesperson in the semiconductor industry, Andy Lin founded Yo-Kai Express, a food technology startup. Lin has integrated Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology, modular supply chain management, artificial intelligence (AI), and material science to develop a new platform that breaks through the confines of space and time.
Poland-based Renderro was selected by the Epoch Foundation Garage+ Accelerator in early June as one of the 46 must-see startups to participate in Computex Taipei 2021 Virtual Exhibition. It provides a cloud-based solution for creative production desktop platform service that targets 55 million users worldwide to overcome the restrictions of time and geographical boundaries. Ronderro founder and CEO Piotr Chomczyk talked to DIGITIMES recently about what inspired him to create this solution and his vision for future developments.
Allxon, a remote monitoring and management platform, has announced a partnership with information security company Trend Micro. Through this partnership, Allxon will integrate Trend Micro's TMIS (Trend Micro IoT Security) service with its remote monitoring and management service to protect remote IoT devices from data leaks and ransomware attacks, strengthening the network security of edge devices.
Industry 4.0 is no longer a new concept, but there are always some parts of the manufacturing process that are so difficult to automate, including quality management or quality assurance (QA). Relimetrics is a startup that offers full-stack computer vision and machine learning software for quality audit, process control and predictive maintenance in Industry 4.0 applications, according to company founder and CEO Kemal Levi. In a recent interview, Levi shared with DIGITIMES about his vision of Relimetrics' role to play in the Industry 5.0 era and their solutions for high-precision QA automation.
Medical artificial intelligence (AI) company Neurobit has announced its completion of angel round today, saying that since the seed round, the Taiwan-based startup has secured over US$1.1 million investment.
In the past, TV and print media advertisements have always been the first choice of businesses for brand building. However, with the rapid development of the Internet, which has become an integral part of most consumers' lives, there is a trend of shifting marketing budgets to online media. At present, word-of-mouth marketing has moved from early collaboration with bloggers to collaborating with social media influencers. According to statistics, the global market for word-of-mouth marketing will reach US$13.8 billion by 2021, a growth of more than 50% from 2020. In view of this huge business opportunity, Influenxio has selected Instagram with its open format to establish a one-stop micro-influencer matching platform.
Taiwanese software startup Kdan Mobile raised US$16 million in Series B round from investors from South Korea and Japan, looking to take its cloud-based remote signing solutions DottedSign to South Korea by the end of 2021.
Taiwan's Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) plans to invest NT$80.7 billion (US$2.9 billion) into digital transformation of airports and seaports, using AI, IoT, big data and other innovative technologies over the next five years.
Remote work and online activities have become the new normal since the pandemic started. Startng in July, Taiwan's Institute for Information Industry (III)'s TCloud offers 250 digital tools for local micro-, small- and medium-sized businesses to accelerate digital transfomation and to improve competitiveness.
Optimal network coverage is a key indicator of the effectiveness of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. In the past, the high power consumption and design cost of network architectures limited the generalization of IoT applications, but in recent times, low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) have effectively resolved this bottleneck. The MYTHINGS platform provided by Canadian company BehrTech can further strengthen the interference immunity and scalability of LPWAN, and assist system vendors to build high-quality IoT architectures.
India-based AI startup Dynopii is showing a real-time speech accent changer at the ongoing virtual Computex Taipei 2021, aiming to help solution centers address the pain points of communicating with customers carrying different accents, according to company CEO Anubhav Singh.