Top Taiwanese firms participate in a three-day expo to share expertise and provide Smart City solutions for international projects

Bengaluru : Participating in the SMART ASIA 2017 expo, Taiwan Excellence repeat edits commitment to sharing expertise in the Smart Cities domain and enhancing the ‘Smart City’ experience for other countries, in particular India.
SMART ASIA 2017, a three-day event commencing on 23 November at the White Orchid Convention Center, Bengaluru, brought together Taiwan’s expertise and India’s enthusiasm for building intelligent, robust and efficient Smart Cities.
Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the ambitious ‘Smart Cities’ mission in India, Taiwan has consistently collaborated with India by offering its proficiency in the field of smart projects. Earlier this year in May, Taiwan Excellence participated in the 3rd Smart Cities 2017, showcasing the array of smart solutions it has provided to thriving and successful projects across the world.
SMART ASIA 2017 focused on smart tech and smart city solutions and provided a common platform for related industries from across the world to interact and exchange innovative ideas. It aimed to offer solutions to restructure cities leveraging superior intelligence, networks and telecom, digitalization, public transport, energy grids, public health, water resource management and environmental sustainability.
The trade fair saw several leading Taiwanese brands exhibit cutting-edge solutions from their repertoire in smart ICT, smart healthcare, Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and smart-life devices industries. Companies showcasing their innovative products included Acer India, Advantech, Amaryllo, Aver, CHEM, CTCI Advanced, CTCI, Delta, EBN, Elite group, EMS, Everlight, Fenri, FETC, FSP, Fuho, Good Will, HT Green, IEI, Trade India, Karma, Ketech, Medimaging, Mirco-star, Mirle, Mitac, Moxa, Nestor, Plustek, QNAP, Shinnan, Sole Aqua, Tongya, Transcend, Youbike, A-TEAM, Taiwan Excellence, Computex and Taiwan Trade.
TWTC also organized an ‘India-Taiwan Smart City Summit’ on the sidelines of SMART ASIA 2017. The summit brought together government representatives and industry leaders to identify the challenges and opportunities of urbanization, share experiences and best practices of smart city solutions, and explore future trends and possibilities for India’s smart cities.
Speaking about the expo, Mr. James C. F. Huang, Chairman, Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) -sister organization to Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) said, “Several cities in Taiwan have been early smart-city adopters. Many Taiwanese-based companies are already working with governments across the world to provide smart solutions in various areas, ranging from increasing carbon usage efficiency to renewable energy and hardware solutions. Studies have shown that Smart Cities have the potential to become a major global industry, with Asia as an innovation hub. Asia, as a region, has demand for urbanization, is technologically ready, and has government support for smart cities. Platforms like Smart Asia are providing Taiwan Excellence a great opportunity to showcase the various smart solutions it has effectively implemented in an array of areas.”
The symbol of Taiwan Excellence honors Taiwan’s most innovative products, which provide tremendous value to users worldwide. All products carrying this symbol have been selected for specific Taiwan Excellence Awards based on their excellence in design, quality, marketing, Taiwanese R&D and manufacturing. Initiated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs in 1992, the symbol of Taiwan Excellence is now recognized by 100 countries.

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