[Reporter Wu Baixuan/Taipei Report] To lock in business opportunities in the Thai market, Taiwan University of Science and Technology has led the incubation of start-ups to go there to expand the new south, including green energy, electric vehicles, Internet of Things and other technological services, and has successfully developed wireless charging for electric vehicles. Or use smart air conditioners to solve Thailand’s hot and humid climate.
Taiwan University of Science and Technology stated that this time it is planning to organize 5 groups of new creation teams to Thailand. They are all enterprises that are nurtured and coached on campus. There are various fields such as green energy technology, technology service industry, and Internet of Things. They will participate in the annual innovation and scientific research conference to showcase product technology and R&D. Achievements, and also briefed with local investors to strive for business investment opportunities.
Among them, “Yiqun Green Energy Technology”, which provides wireless charging for electric vehicles, uses Taiwan University of Science and Technology’s wireless power transmission technology in the industry. There is no need for physical wires, and no need to worry about water and dust. Lin Yongsheng, the person in charge of the company, said that current electric vehicle charging guns It is cumbersome, and the plugs are aging and wires may escape fire. There are concerns about leakage in humid environments. Wireless charging can just solve the climate problem in Thailand. There are also many unmanned vehicles, electric vehicles, bicycles and other vehicles in the local area, which can be widely used.
Another “Enco Language” company provides smart air conditioning systems. The founder Lin Liangze said that through small controllers, sensors and cloud computing technology, it can automatically sense the ambient temperature and humidity, and use smart methods to automatically control the central air conditioning system. Achieve the most comfortable and energy-saving operation, and achieve an energy-saving effect of more than 10%. For Southeast Asian countries, the climate is hot, the use of air-conditioning is greater, and the air-conditioning electric service is needed. Thailand’s tourism industry is booming, and there are many hotels and hotels, which can be actively expanded.
News source: https://www.ntust.edu.tw/files/14-1126-73477,r167-1.php?Lang=zh-tw