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Audi, Taiwan startups jointly simulate 2025 smart mobility scenarios
Chloe Liao, Taipei; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES

German automaker Audi has recently teamed up with Taiwan startups to simulate daily smart mobility experiences for 2025, including fast charging service for electrical vehicles, driving safety, route planning, and financial service for car buyers, among others.

At the just-concluded Meet Taipei Startup Festival 2018, five Taiwan startups winning the Audi Innovation Award hosted during the year's Computex Taipei held in early June joined forces to present simulative daily smart mobility scenarios in 2025.

Among them, startup NiveUP's eXtreme fast charging-ready battery can complete up to 93% charging capacity within six minutes, boosting charging speed by 10-fold and increasing battery duration by three-fold.

Startup creDa's ezOracle can issue advance warnings against possible situations on the driving routes that may occur within seconds, such as cars that may overtake from behind, by utilizing AI algorithms, cameras surrounding vehicles and image recognition technology.

Meanwhile, DR42's BerryNet technology can be used to deploy AI application on the edge network, and with vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) applications, cars can communicate with the AI boxes installed at the back of monitoring devices at road intersections, helping drivers work out the most convenient driving routes.

Adenovo creates a brand-new FinTech model by utilizing AI to help financial service firms assess credit risks, thus saving labor cost on such assessment.

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