Plastic card maker Taiwan Name Plate (TNP) will cooperate with dye-sublimation photo printer maker HiTi Digital to launch FortVax personalized cryptocurrency cold wallet initially in Taiwan, the US and Singapore in third-quarter 2022, according to TNP president Yin Wen-cheng.
Creator economy, defined as the 100+ billion-dollar businesses of independent content creators, has been the pillar of our existing social platforms, generating business opportunities not only for the creator themselves but the employees and partnered brands.
Japan-based systems integrator Itochu Techno-Solutions (CTC) has used CyberLink's AI facial recognition engine, FaceMe, to develop a "vehicle inspection information system" for adoption by Toyota to improve vehicle quality management.
Compal Electronics will cooperate with InSynerger Technology, a startup developer of IoT-based smart solutions, to set up a network of 5G smart poles in Asia New Bay Area 5G AIoT Innovation Park in Kaohsiung City, southern Taiwan, in a bid to boost standardization of 5G smart poles, according to deputy director Irving Fan for Compal.
HwaCom Systems announced in March that it is developing 5G network applications including Internet of Vehicle (IoV), smart city, and smart mobility and working with governmental bodies to unify industrial standards for these emerging applications.
Cybersecurity firms are firing on all cylinders in response to the demand coming from the automotive industry. Yoav Levy, co-founder and CEO of Upstream Security, said the cybersecurity risk level has increased as vehicles get more software-driven. The evolution will also challenge cybersecurity companies with new and unknown threats.
The ways people and goods move have been evolving over the years. With technology advancements, electrification and digitization have become the prominent trends in the mobility industry, according to Meir Dardashti, a principal at Maniv Mobility.
How do you define a culture? Culture can be reflected in both materials (lifestyle, fashion, aesthetic tastes) and spirituals (customary beliefs, future expectations, value systems). It affects how people behave and interact with each other in the world. As every change in technology brings new culture, the metaverse can usher in a new form of culture (Metaculture), which can affect our real lives. Metaculture is also a crucial part of metaverse applications as different cultures (community-driven/ corporate-driven) can attract different user groups. This series of articles on the metaverse culture aims to draw a profile of Metaculture and forecast the implication of this new wave.
The innovation hub of Asia, InnoVEX has returned in 2022 in its first hybrid online/onsite format. The onsite event was held in Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center (TaiNEX 1) from May 24 to 27 while the online platform will be active throughout the year. The onsite event was held in the same timeframe as Computex 2022 and was visited by both domestic and international VCs and CVCs, as well as corporate representatives who were interested in partnering with tech-startups. The InnoVEX Online Platform this year has attracted over 10,000 visitors from around the world and hosted various events including online exhibition and event livestreams.
With 6.5 million users on its app, Taiwan Taxi has moved beyond transport and secured a footing into the service sector. The huge repository of data allows the company to identify cab-hailing hotspots and promote customized services.
Utilizing 3D digital twins to operate facilities has become common for enterprises. BujiBui, a Canada-based startup, levels up its digital twins by offering mobile access. The company is eyeing countries undergoing infrastructure projects, especially those in Asia, hoping to secure a foothold in the market.
German automaker BMW is adopting Here Real-Time Traffic by Here Technologies to support its connected navigation services (CNS) and predictive routing to personalize driver's journeys by analyzing driving patterns.
High-performance computing technology has been widely adopted in advanced countries to facilitate technological innovation, commercial big-data analytics, and aerospace missions. Taiwan's National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC), an institution under the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs), also provides important high-speed computing resources such as high-speed network infrastructure and computing capabilities to support academia and industries in Taiwan. DIGITIMES interviewed NCHC's new director-general Chau-Lyan Chang, a former senior researcher in the Computational Aeronautics Science Division at NASA Langley Research Center. He returned to Taiwan in April 2022 to lead the Center. We asked him about his vision for the center and his perspective on high-performance computing technology's future outlook.
AUO Display Plus, AU Optronics' subsidiary specializing in industrial and commercial display panels, is showcasing three smart solutions jointly developed with partners as well as in-house-developed smart capsule offices at the Touch Taiwan 2022 International Display Exhibition during April 27-29, according to the company.