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Friday 26 March 2021
Qisda steps up business transformation
EMS provider Qisda has been devoting more efforts to develop medical care products, AI and IoT solutions, and key components, according to company chairman and CEO Peter Chen.
Thursday 25 March 2021
Complete new cloud-to-device solution gives proven way to implement secure over-the-air firmware updates in IoT devices
Winbond Electronics Corporation, a leading global supplier of semiconductor memory solutions, microcontroller manufacturer Nuvoton and security software developer Qinglianyun has introduced a fully integrated reference design for secure over-the-air (OTA) firmware updating of IoT devices which is secured from the cloud to the device's code storage memory.
Wednesday 24 March 2021
Acer Group eyes smart city business
The Acer Group via its four affiliates - AOpen, Acer Being Communication, Acer ITS and Altos Computing - is eyeing the business opportunities from smart city development particularly applications for buildings, traffic and water resource management, according to AOpen president Dale Tsai.
Wednesday 24 March 2021
Cooling module maker AVC to ramp up shipments for cloud servers
Cooling module maker Asia Vital Components (AVC) will be scaling up its output for cloud servers and datacenters in 2021 when the Taiwan-based company expects its profits to hit another record high.
Wednesday 24 March 2021
Qualcomm Advantage Network sees two new members from Taiwan
Taiwan-based QT Medical and Lubn Taiwan have joined Qualcomm Advantage Network (QAN), with both participating in Qualcomm's Smart Cities Accelerator Program and focusing on developing IoT innovations.
Wednesday 24 March 2021
PatSnap receives US$300 million in funding from SoftBank, Tencent and others
PatSnap, a Singaporean provider of innovation intelligence, has announced it has secured US$300 million in Series E funding, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Tencent Investment with participation from CPE Industrial Fund and existing investors Sequoia China, Shun Wei Capital, and Vertex Ventures.
Tuesday 23 March 2021
Chip vendors volunteering higher prices for foundry support to become new normal
It will become a new normal for chip vendors to offer higher prices to win more capacity support from foundry partners, now that global shortages of automotive chips are further compounded by a recent fire hitting a 300mm car chip manufacturing plant operated by Renesas Electronics in northern Japan, according to sources from foundry houses.
Tuesday 23 March 2021
Canada-based startup Dataperformers targets AI-powered visual inspection solutions
Based in Montreal, Quebec, one of Canada's three artificial intelligence (AI) innovation clusters that host world-leading AI technology firms and talent, startup Dataperformers endeavors to incorporate AI technologies into the day-to-day operations of the manufacturing industry. The Dataperformers team specializing in deep learning and computer vision has decided to begin with end-to-end automated material and process defect inspection solutions with a focus on maximizing the corporation's ROI for its adoption of AI technologies so that Dataperformers' customers can reap the biggest AI benefits.
Monday 22 March 2021
FLITE Material Sciences enables sustainable development of high-precision processing with laser surface functionalization
Canada-based startup FLITE Material Sciences focuses development efforts on two main areas. First, FLITE develops innovative processing techniques and manufacturing technologies that protect and strengthen materials or products. The FLITE product R&D team is especially interested in green and sustainable technologies. Second, FLITE takes an in-depth look into challenges facing the manufacturing sector today and tackles them with enthusiasm and courage, particularly critical challenges that pose risks of loss or damage to corporations and societies.
Friday 19 March 2021
The Canadian EV vision: Q&A with APMA SVP of innovation Warren Ali
Canada is the fourth largest vehicle exporting country in the world, making 2.1 million cars a year. And the country is keen to take its car industry to a new level. Last year, Canada's Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA) launched Project Arrow - an initiative for developing electric vehicles (EV).
Thursday 18 March 2021
Startup MEDO.ai turns a new leaf for ultrasound examination, becoming a leader in AI-powered medical inspection technologies
The stethoscope may be the one instrument common to all medical professionals today in the 21st century. Its development process from invention to widespread use over the past 200 years is probably hard to imagine. The traditional stethoscope is an easily accessible tool, so too will be the future ultrasound device. Canada-based biotech startup MEDO.ai has developed a software platform based on AI and cloud computing technologies. When coupled with a handheld ultrasound device, MEDO.ai's solution can simplify the acquisition and interpretation of ultrasound images for diagnosing common and critical conditions for medical professionals, allowing them to work more efficiently and reliably.
Friday 12 March 2021
Profet AI simplifies development of AI solutions for manufacturing
Profet AI has introduced AutoML, an automated machine learning platform to enable makers to develop AI-based solutions for manufacturing processes and management, according to company founder and president Jerry Huang.
Friday 12 March 2021
AltumView Systems uses edge computing to detect gait changes in older adults while protecting privacy
The world is aging. Taiwan is set to become super-aged by 2025 with one in five citizens being 65 or older. It is growingly important that an aging society bring can concepts and technologies of healthcare and preventive medicine into reality. In view of such needs, Canada-based biotech startup AltumView Systems leverages its expertise in image analysis systems, including sensors, data monitoring and warning, as well as system-level analysis, to help doctors, families and healthcare institutions with early detection of gait changes in older adults or loved ones to prevent the condition from worsening.
Thursday 11 March 2021
Offering digital pathology SaaS, Canada-based startup ViewsIQ expands into Taiwan, Japan and China
To simplify medical testing and analytical processes has always been a major goal for medical technology innovations and precision medicine. Canada-based startup ViewsIQ provides digital pathology software platform - Panoptiq, which enables real-time digital data sharing to realize remote communication and connection for pathology consultations and make medical education and training more efficient.
Thursday 11 March 2021
Medtech startup HemoCath aims to reduce hospital length of stay by 42% for heart failure patients with pulmonary artery monitoring SaaS
Medical and high-tech professionals are making major efforts to solve significant medical needs to address the world's leading cause of death - heart failure (HF) disease. Many Taiwan-based teams are trying to provide heart care applications based on non-invasive hardware, software and pattern detection of machine learning technologies. Canada-based medtech startup HemoCath co-founder and CEO Eric Caron is commercializing the firm's Intelligent Heart Failure Monitoring Platform to optimize medication dosing and treatment reducing hospitalization and rehospitalization for HF patients.