Tresl Segments is a headless analytics platform on the Shopify App Store that gives brands both clarity and control of their customer data. Founded by former LinkedIn data scientists, Tresl's vision is to make data human and compassionate, and give e-commerce brands the same analytics capabilities enjoyed by big tech companies.
Virtual currency has been a topic of interest in the financial technology (FinTech) world. Since the industry is still in its embryonic stage, there is a lot of space for improvement when it comes to transaction monitoring mechanisms. KryptoGO, a regulatory technology (RegTech) startup established in 2019, has served as a due diligence engine that helps financial institutions detect high money laundering risks, and it is planning to construct a zero trust network for the virtual currency industry.
When it comes to creating visual content, finding a proper soundtrack is as important as constructing and gathering materials for storytelling. However, due to copyright reasons, music licensing can be extremely complicated and time-consuming. To make the process easier, AV Mapping has come up with solutions to speed up music licensing for visual content creators around the world.
Enviro Idea, a team established under the auspices of the Chung Yuan Industry Accelerator & Incubation Center (IAIC), has developed an environmental burden-free RE Green Zero Waste Composter Kit for Urban Gardeners. By following the 3-step instructions, anyone can use compost starter to convert raw kitchen waste into organic compost efficiently at home within four weeks, the company said.
GRAID Technology, the creator of the world's first NVMe and NVMeoF RAID card, is showcasing its enterprise data protection solution at the Taiwan Tech Arena Pavilion during CES 2022. As a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree, GRAID's SupremeRAID NVMe RAID card is defining the future of data storage with its incredible speed, power and flexibility, it said.
Digital transformation has touched every industry around the world. However, because the textile industry chain is extremely long and complicated, the process of digitalization has become equally complicated.
Generally speaking, apps are developed independently for different operating systems per the requirements and standards of each operating system. To be used on a smartphone, at the very least an app must satisfy the requirements of Android and iOS operating systems to work on those platforms. YajanTech is a startup that provides augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) technology and integration services. Using a software development kit (SDK), YajanTech helps customers develop apps that can be seamlessly transplanted to other operating system software.
Ever since information security became a key topic in the technology industry, encryption technology has continued to improve, setting a seemingly unattainable bar for privacy protection. AI is another topic for the tech industry, focusing on using massive amounts of data to train AI models and accelerate the intelligentization of terminal devices. While all of this is happening, the market faces a new problem: figuring out how to balance data security and privacy while also providing data to train AI models. From this issue a new startup named DeCloak Intelligences was born.
In the past, Taiwan focused on caretaking applications in the smart medical electronics sector, with few Taiwan-based companies focused on the patient physiological monitoring sector, which includes EKGs and blood pressure monitoring. However, over time, the division of labor and market demands changed in the global medical care industry. With this change, Broadsims saw a huge market opportunity.
Taiwanese software developer VM-Fi will debut its groundbreaking real-time translating solution at CES 2022 from Jan 5-8, 2022. VM-Fi provides turnkey 5G real-time artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled simultaneous interpretation with wireless broadcasting to up to hundreds of personal smart devices.
The pace of global drone development has increased over the last few years with smart drones being used more commonly for consumer markets, rescue operations, visual inspections and logistics. Taiwan-based startup Aiseed has combined edge computing with self-developed artificial intelligence (AI) to develop advanced drone products with better features and higher speed. With relatively low costs, the company hopes to make advanced drones more accessible across different markets.