The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) highlighted some of the country’s most innovative technology companies at CES 2020, both on the show floor and during a one-hour press conference prior to the event.
The “Smart Tech, Smart Future: Taiwan Innovations for 2020 & Beyond” conference took place on January 6th in Oceanside Ballroom F at the Mandalay Bay South Convention Center in Las Vegas.
Four Taiwanese companies were featured during the press conference, which focused primarily on AIoT technology. The participants included CyberLink, Mindtronic AI, Ultracker Technology, and Noodoe EV.
Mindtronic is a computer vision company that is currently working on a digital cockpit that improves automotive safety with advanced driver-assistance and driver monitoring systems.
Ultracker is the maker of a 360-degree camera that can shoot 360-degree video in 4K.
Noodoe EV develops charging stations for electronic vehicles.
CyberLink is the creator of the FaceMe facial recognition platform. The company recently partnered with Advantech to make the solution more appealing to AIoT manufacturers, and was previously featured in TAITRA’s Taiwan Showroom at IoT Asia 2019.
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