Taiwan startups to showcase innovations at TCD SF 2019

Ambrose Huang, Taipei; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES Asia 0

A group of 10 startup teams from Taiwan will be showcasing their innovations at the 2019 TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco (TCD SF) running October 2-4, according to the National Development Council (NDC).

The group will be led by NDC's Taiwan Startup Stadium (TSS), with the 10 members selected from a total of 65 registered startup firms based on their US market development capability, product matureness, and business negotiation ability. They cover a variety of segments including Internet of Vehicles (IoV), IoT, blokchain, AI and biomedicine.

Among them, 3drens, a B2B software solution provider, will display its Vehicle Intelligence Platform, a data-driven IoT platform designed for commercial fleet owners to optimize operations with deep machine learning, data analysis and prediction services.

Autopass will exhibit auto payment service solutions based on car license plate identification, which can help parking lots, gas stations and other driver-related services providers collect payments.

Dapp Pocket will highlight a blockchain wallet as a secure and easy way to manage cryptocurrencies. With the pocket, users can access 2000+Dapp on their phones and find the best price to exchange diverse digital coins.

InnovArt will demonstrate a solar-powered smart gadget, CarWink, which allows drivers to communicate with each other when on the road. The device comes with hands-free voice control allowing users to inform drivers behind you when there is an accident or other issues ahead.

DT42 team has strong backgrounds in AI technology and embedded systems, with its expertise enabling next generation machine vision on edge devices for application to smart plants, smart cities and smart healthcare.

Fox-tech will present temperature and humidity IoT sensing solutions to help manufacturers improve production and safety.

There will be another 24 Taiwanese startups attending the TCD SF 2019, including those organized by Taiwan Tech Arena, Startup Terrace and the Institute for Information Industry (III).