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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.
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Thursday 2 January 2020
KaiKuTek taps market opportunities with CMOS-based radar technologies
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.
Tuesday 31 December 2019
RedEye to showcase optical hemoglobin sensor at CES
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.
Monday 30 December 2019
Hipposcreen Neurotech introduces AI-based brainwave diagnostic 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, according to the company.
Wednesday 28 August 2019
MOST to pick 80 startup teams for participation at Eureka Park at CES 2020
Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) will select 80 local startup teams for them to present their innovations at Eureka Park, a global stage for innovation, CES 2020 to take place in Las Vegas, the US, during January 7-10, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 28 May 2019
Science minister Chen Liang-gee shows confidence and ambition in promoting Taiwan entrepreneurship
Science minister Chen Liang-gee has been making a lot of efforts grooming Taiwan's startups, a clear example being his ministry's arrangement of a large delegation to Eureka Park at CES 2019. Taiwan has also been keen to promote its own edition of startup showcase, InnoVEX. Ahead of the annual event, which takes place in Taipei from May 29 to 31 this year, Chen talked about Taiwan's plans and visions for promoting its innovations and startup teams.
Tuesday 29 January 2019
Taiwan startups secure NT$5.5 billion business opportunities at CES 2019
A team of 44 startups showcasing their innovations at CES 2019 have managed to win more than NT$5.5 billion (US$178.44 million) in business opportunity, according to science and technology minister Chen Liang-Gee.
Monday 28 January 2019
Eureka Park: Startup teams present wide-ranging AI engines targeting diverse applications
Artificial intelligence (AI) development is no longer something only big players can do and has exploded in recent years with all firms big and small taking the initiative to incorporate AI in their products. AI applications are the focus of attention of the startup community. CES 2019 Eureka Park shed light on the prevailing trend of AI-powered technologies.
Monday 21 January 2019
Eureka Park: With IoT devices coming into shape, startup teams target niche markets with differentiating products
Widespread adoption of voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa is spurring burgeoning growth of IoT devices, which were on exhibit throughout the show floors of CES 2019. Transitioning from developing products independently, firms are now introducing products that work in connection with surrounding devices. This is augmenting the synergy of IoT developments and enriching the use scenarios and functionalities of IoT devices.
Wednesday 14 February 2018
Taiwan startups stage strong show at CES 2018, says MOST
The 32 Taiwan startups that showcased products and services at CES 2018 in January attracted 43,211 visitors and held 2,402 business talks with venture capital firms with potential funding and purchases estimated at US$47.62 million and US$604,000 respectively, according to the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).