Strengthening Development, Completing IoT Innovation Ecosystem
- Promoting IoT Startups
Under financial, regulation, and talent support as well as the expansion of innovation hub, there is a significant growth in the number of newly established IoT companies, which exceeded 27,000 companies at the end of 2017.
- Establishing IoT Major League
The “ASVDA Major League IoT” initiated by ACER, MediaTek, Advantech and other industry leaders and founded on December 25, 2016, is to promote cross fields cooperation and establish industry standards. Its honorary president is Mr. Stan Shih.
- Introducing International Resources
Introducing international resources, such as Cisco, Microsoft, Sigfox and etc. to assist the industry to link with IoT business opportunities.
- Establishing ASVDA College
ASVDA College launched in October 2017, integrated resources from Ministry of Education, universities and private enterprises to train IoT talents. It is expected to build a common teaching community for IoT applications, and enabled ASVDA College to become a model for establishing cross-domain e-learning systems within various enterprises.
Using Taiwan Advantages to establish IoT Software and Hardware Integration Test beds
- Application of smart city innovation
Focusing on local demands and industrial development, local government and domestic application service provider, software and hardware R&D and content developer work together, assisting in planning the blueprint for the development of smart city technology and application, matching domestic solutions, demonstration site and data value added platform. It is expected to accelerate the development of smart city solutions and prevail the application service.
- Spreading successful experiences of smart city
Undertake smart city construction seminar, and the 6 municipalities share their experiences in developing smart city and lengthen the experiences to 22 counties. Enhancing the ability of digital governance, providing people with meaningful services, and promoting balanced urban and rural development.