Taiwan Tech Arena at CES

Taiwan has been keen to promote its startups and innovations at CES. At the 2020 edition of the annual event, the Taiwan Tech Arena will showcase its largest-ever delegation.

  • MOST has reported strong showings by Taiwan's startups at CES
    Taiwan's startup delegation to CES 2020 has won business opportunities of more than US$226 million during their stay in the US, according to the Ministry of Science and Technoilogy (MOST).
  • Taiwan startups are showcasing various smart applications at CES 2020
    Taiwan startups are demonstrating at CES 2020 a variety of smart tech solutions incorporating fingerprint recognition, blockchain and data visualization technologies to enhance online retailing security, protect personal medical records and facilitate smart mobility services.
  • AgriTalk's system on display at CES
    Taiwan startups are showcasing a variety of cross-domain smart tech solutions integrating 5G telecom infrastructure, diverse sensor-based IoT equipment, blockchain and AR/VR/MR applications at CES 2020, providing new opportunities for digital transformations at various industries.
  • Taiwan startups are showcasing medical innovations at CES 2020
    Many startups from Taiwan are showcasing innovative smart healthcare solutions at CES 2020 incorporating edge computing, AI and non-invasive medical technologies to materialize preventive medicine and holistic healthcare services.
  • TTA startups demonstrated their innovations at an event in Silicon Valley
    Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) organized a warm-up show ahead of CES 2020, showcasing some of the best innovations of its team of startups in 2020 Taiwan Demo Day in Silicon Valley.
  • The BeVi team
    To bring the conveniences made possible by today's network communication technologies to the elderly population, Taiwan-based startup team BeVi has developed CarePLUS, a smart home living solution combining 360-degree AI-based environment recognition technologies and an integrated service platform.
  • Lessdo introduces home soap maker

    Friday 3 January 2020
    Lessdo's Soapmaker
    With the launch of the world's first smart home soap maker Soapmaker 1.0, Taiwan-based Lessdo raised over NT$1 million (US$33,275) on the first day its crowdfunding campaign went online in May 2019 and later accumulated more than NT$3 million during the funding period.
  • KaiKuTek founder Mike Wang
    Taiwan-based startup KaiKuTek has developed a system-on-chip (SoC) solution that combines mmWave radar technologies, antennas and AI accelerators to realize close-distance fine gesture recognition.
  • RedEye founder Nelson Yan (center and his team
    Taiwan RedEye Biomedical will present at the upcoming CES 2020 its home-based health-monitoring optical hemoglobin sensor that can provide insights into people's health in just 10 seconds, according to the company.
  • HNC CTO Daniel Weng demonstrates how to operate the company's stress EEG assessment system
    Hipposcreen Neurotech (HNC) has introduced a stress electroencephalogram (EEG) assessment system, a diagnostic tool that combines AI algorithms and brainwave signal amplifying circuits. It only takes the system 90 seconds to measure brainwave signals and generate scientific data that help doctors diagnose and treat depression,...
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