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Smart City Taiwan: A hub for digital solutions to new heights – Part 2

Know the “Smart City Taiwan” wrote: “With support from our government, the Smart City Taiwan project utilizes all types of smart technologies to effectively integrate local, industry, and civilian needs. The spread of smart applications in both cities and towns constructs a vision where people, companies, and government exist in harmony and drives local innovations.”

By Caribbean News Global fav

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Smart City Taiwan has reinvented the way of life and explored projects, as the government is expected to invest US$200 million in creating smart transportation technology. With 20 percent of its population represented by those aged 65 and above. Around 4.3 percent of the country’s aged population suffers from dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease, ONE-LiFE created the PingAmulet D+ card which is a positioning smart sensor card using IoT and Bluetooth technology.

Taiwan’s HealthTech industry is advancing progressively. And following FIME’s hiatus last year due to the pandemic, global event organizer, Informa Markets, took a new approach to create an exciting program for the 2021 show. Taiwan’s participation plays a key role in global health, innovation and notable its “rapid capacity expansion to meet global supply chain demand”. Likewise, “Taiwan is willing to pass on its experience and work with global partners to build a better and more resilient future for all,” added, minister of foreign affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan), Jaushieh Joseph Wu.“Taiwan has fulfilled its SDGs in gender equality, clean water and sanitation, and good health and well-being, among others. Our innovative, community-based solutions are harnessing public-private partnerships for the benefit of society as a whole.”

Taiwan participation in FIME 2021: Part 2

Results of Smart City Taiwan is manifested worldwide and among allies to improve service and quality of life.

Taiwan’s smart agriculture and meticulousness in farming technology production value is approximately US$18.6 billion. This technology and expertise is transferable as noted to rescue Saint Lucia’s banana industry.

Taiwan has also committed funding a $10 million National Housing Assistance Programme “to assist the underprivileged by improving their living conditions, in Saint Lucia.

In like manner, via the Constituency Development Program (CDP) the government of Saint Lucia received a generous donation of USD $612,000 from Taiwan, presented by His Excellency, ambassador Chen. “CDP projects are not only important for reinvigorating economic growth especially when facing this COVID pandemic but also one of the key measures to accelerate actions toward adaptation to climate change impacts and an important strategy to meet people’s needs. To incorporate local communities, businesses, civil society in a joint effort. Taiwan is proud to be part of that,” said ambassador Chen.

“ We thank president Ing-Wen, ambassador Chen, and the government of the Republic of China, Taiwan for their long-standing generosity,” said, prime minister Philip J Pierre, “these USD $612,000 will be used by community projects. It is also going to be used to clean up Saint Lucia.”

Taiwan continues to utilize smart education, teaching English language and Mandarin in addition to education initiatives to assure innovation advantage and expansion of the digital economy.

Smart City Taiwan ideas and innovation create opportunities for startups and networks, to provide a real-time solution. Utilizing smart technologies (such as IoT, Big Data, and AI) has helped to effectively integrate local, industry, and civilian needs; while support from central government speeds up collaboration and integration between cities and towns and achieves local and industry innovation.  

Asus is a Taiwan-based, multinational computer hardware and consumer electronics company that was established in 1989. Dedicated to creating products for today’s and tomorrow’s smart life, ASUS is the world’s No. 1 motherboard and gaming brand as well as a top-three consumer notebook vendor.

Asus, announced the latest laptop Asus Chromebook Flip C214 convertible from the premium Asus Chromebook Education series, a family of lightweight, ruggedized Chrome OS computer solutions for educational use.

Acer Inc, a Taiwan-based company principally engaged in the research and development, design, production and sales of computer products, continues its strategy to explore new opportunities, expand into adjacent territories, and cultivate multiple business engines.

Several Acer products earned 2021 Good Design Awards of Japan, including the Acer Aspire Vero notebook as the company’s first step towards pioneering a fully green PC. Acer also announced the ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition laptop (CN715-73G), bringing eye-popping, glasses-free stereoscopic 3D to designers and developers. And debuted four new Chromebooks that meet a range of customer needs, ranging from home and business users to hybrid workers and students. Read more here.

With a winning team, Smart City Taiwan capabilities come with actionable solutions, relationships and partnerships to a place that’s limitless.

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