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Monday 18 October 2021
Combing AI, big data and CRM, Ai3 creates smart customer service solution
The technology development team of Chainsea Information Group independently established Ai3 in 2018. It combined AI, data analysis, CTI communication, CRM and other technologies to create the QbiAI Cloud, assisting various companies in implementing digital transformations for customer service and marketing.
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Friday 15 October 2021
Vietnam-based unicorn VNG in no hurry for IPO
VNG, the first Vietnam-based unicorn that operates mobile communication App, online games, e-commerce, and cloud computing services, in 2017 signed an MoU with Nasdaq but has not yet applied for listing, this is because there is actually no rush for the company to undertake an IPO.
Friday 15 October 2021
De Guang partners with SYSTEX to realize XR with SLAM technology
With the ability to immerse users and create convincing realities, extended reality (XR) has been wowing people since its introduction. Developments in recent years have not only matured the technology, but have also expanded its application from entertainment to commercial fields.
Thursday 14 October 2021
InSynerger becomes AI energy manger for corporations and parks
For both normal corporate buildings and factories, the types of energy needed are diverse, such as water, electricity, oil, and gas. The energy costs account for a high proportion of operating costs. Therefore, the strengthening of management benefits using complete mechanisms is necessary for the operations of energy systems in corporations and parks. As a result, smart energy management systems have been gradually introduced. However, these smart platforms are mostly aimed at the management of a single energy type and cannot respond to the effects of interactions between different energy types. InSynerger offers 24-hour energy and electromechanical equipment cloud AI management which can help companies establish a unified management platform. The management system can display data from different energy equipment in a visual interface to the manager through the integration of on-premise equipment and cloud systems, making management easier and more efficient.
Wednesday 13 October 2021
UnaBiz raises over US$25 million in Series B round
UnaBiz, a Singapore-based Internet of Things (IoT) service provider, has raised over US$25 million in its Series B funding round led by SPARX Group. The round was oversubscribed, with participation from CDIB, G K Goh and Thaioil, according to the UnaBiz.
Wednesday 13 October 2021
Taiwan Tech establishes university-level research center for smart EV technology
Ever since Tesla launched the world's first self-driving car, the automotive and startup industries have been rushing to the development of self-driving technology, marking yet another science fiction invention turned reality. According to research from the Boston Consulting Group, the global self-driving car market is expected to reach US$42 billion in 2025, and the market size is expected to further double by 2035.
Wednesday 13 October 2021
DoQubiz Fractal Encryption, a game-changing approach to cybersecurity
The recent surge of AI, 5G, and IoT technology has given rise to unprecedented levels of cyber threats that even target critical infrastructure and government. The severity of these threats has turned cybersecurity into a matter of national security for countries around the globe. To safeguard their digital assets, governments and enterprises have increasingly been investing in high IT security budgets year after year, which has led to the growth of the cybersecurity market. In fact, Gartner estimates that by 2023, the global cybersecurity market will reach US$168 billion.
Friday 8 October 2021
Taiwan Tech IDSL uses innovative R&D to improve security in age of IoT
As network infrastructures around the globe continue to mature, the declining cost of sensor components has given rise to a surge of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, which has itself become an important driving force for current global economic growth. According to research from the McKinsey Global Institute, the overall IoT market is estimated to reach US$4-11trillion by 2025. But behind the prospering business prospects lies the equally concerning problem of growing IT security threats. Currently, IoT devices have become a preferred target of hacker groups, who use them as a convenient relay to launch volumetric and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks to demand ransoms or achieve specific political objectives, posing an unprecedented threat to businesses or countries.
Tuesday 5 October 2021
The path to innovation for startup teams in Taipei pursuing digital transformation
The 2021 Taipei Innovation Summit, organized by the Taipei Entrepreneurs Hub under the guidance of the Taipei City Government Department of Economic Development, took place from September 16-17, 2021. The summit was themed "Navigating Through Taipei's Digital Transformation" and invited startup companies to join the discussion on the two topics of financial technology and e-commerce logistics. The virtual webinar attracted 1,100 people over the summit's two-day duration.
Friday 1 October 2021
Taiwan Tech uses IT tools to provide smart solutions for energy generation, storage and conservation
Against the backdrop of nonstop technological advancements, smart energy has become a key policy for governments and enterprises around the globe. However, despite years of development, there is still room for improvement in the three major areas of innovative energy solutions: generation, storage, and conservation. A team led by Cheng-Chien Kuo, chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech), has been using AI and various information technology (IT) tools to help government agencies, factories, enterprises, households and other users track their electricity information more accurately and allow for the formulation of strategies that can further optimize energy use.
Wednesday 29 September 2021
Robotic arms get smarter with better hand-eye coordination
The global manufacturing industry is facing several challenges right now, including a manpower shortage and a lack of diversity in production methods. As such, a large number of production lines are getting automated, driving development in the robotics industry.
Wednesday 29 September 2021
Software-defined driving experience: Q&A with BlackBerry SVP Sarah Tatsis
BlackBerry and AWS formed a partnership in 2020 to launch BlackBerry IVY, a new intelligent vehicle data platform that provides automakers a consistent and secure way to analyze the in-vehicle information, and further use the information to create services for drivers to enhance the driving experience. Sarah Tatsis, BlackBerry SVP talked to DIGITIMES to comment on this collaboration and BlackBerry IVY's future development.
Tuesday 28 September 2021
Imedtac's Care Recipient Monitor system raises remote care efficiency
As highlighted by the United Nations in 2019, there is a growing proportion of the elderly population across the world, especially in urbanized countries. This rapid increase of the elderly population exerts great stress on the existing manpower-based care models. The use of AI, IoT, big data and other new smart care technologies has become an important trend in the global healthcare industry. Imedtac uses time-of-flight (ToF) sensor technology to create a new generation of smart care system. The system can not only be quickly installed for use in wards, it can also help healthcare professionals to quickly and precisely understand care recipient's current status through AI analysis.
Monday 27 September 2021
FETC to implement free flow ETC system in foreign markets after domestic success
It is well known that highways are the lifeblood of metropolitan transportation. To increase the speed of highways and the convenience of road users, Taiwan entrusted Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection (FETC), a subsidiary of the Far Eastern Group, with the operation of the nation's highway electronic toll collection (ETC) system through a build-operate-transfer (BOT) model in 2004. More commonly known as just the "ETC" in Taiwan, the system has weathered through its early difficulties and controversies 17 years ago to become a model to replicate for countries around the globe, says FETC International vice president and chief technology officer, Richard Wu. FETC International is now planning to share its successful ETC model and experience in Taiwan to foreign markets.
Thursday 23 September 2021
AI3 QbiAI creates new generation of smart contact centers with industry-specific data
Different industries have been finding different ways to adapt to the global digital transformation. For example, customer service centers, which are heavily reliant upon extensive manpower, are now looking to transform because of the difficulties associated with employee training and rising labor costs. The most common tactic of the first call centers to undergo this transformation process was to utilize voice-activated self-service systems, which would allow customers to select the information they need through the click of a button, thereby reducing the wait time and the burden on customer service staff. There are also enterprises that chose to move their customer service centers to cost-competitive areas or outsource the department to professional customer service enterprises in a bid to reduce overall costs.
Wednesday 22 September 2021
Smart buildings are key to accelerating grid edge development
The trends of digitization and decarbonization within the global energy supply have made the grid edge the framework of future energy systems.