Taiwan University of Science and Technology Leads New Team to Advance in Thailand

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Taiwan University of Science and Technology led five groups of start-up teams to Thailand to deploy a new southbound market. The fifth from left is Zheng Zhaojun, the CEO of Taiwan University of Science and Technology Incubation Center (provided by Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

The wireless charging of electric vehicles suitable for Thai tuk-tuk, the smart air-conditioning system that can solve the hot and humid climate in Thailand, and the shrinkable website service, etc., are optimistic about the development potential and booming market opportunities in Thailand. Looking forward to expanding the new southbound market.

Taiwan University of Science and Technology President Liao Qingrong said that in recent years, Thailand’s entrepreneurial circle has developed vigorously, and the ASEAN market is active, and it is an overseas market for many startups to actively expand. This year, the Taiwan University of Science and Technology Innovation and Incubation Center selected 5 excellent coaching teams to go to Thailand. Among them, there is also a team of Taiwan University of Science and Technology that cooperates in technology research and development, so that Taiwan’s excellent innovation and research capabilities are seen by the world.

Taiwan University of Science and Technology led 5 groups of new innovation teams to Thailand to participate in the annual innovation and scientific research conference “NAC2019” (NSTDAAnnualConference2019) organized by the National Academy of Sciences of Thailand. In addition to showcasing product technology and R&D results, special arrangements were made for a Pitch briefing with local investors to win business investment for enterprises Opportunities to open up local visibility and assist in the layout of new southbound markets.

The training and counseling companies of Taiwan University of Science and Technology who went to Thailand to participate in this exhibition are “Yiqun Green Energy Technology”, “PicSee”, “Enkey Language”, “Creative Design”, and “Oufa Chuangzhi”. In the fields of green energy technology, technology service industry, and Internet of Things.

Among them, Yiqun Green Energy Technology cooperates with the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Power Electronics Laboratory to develop systems such as wireless charging for electric vehicles and power conversion for vehicles. There is no need to provide electricity through physical wires, let alone worry about waterproof and dustproof issues, and improve the convenience and safety of charging. Sex.

Lin Yongsheng, head of Yiqun Green Energy Technology and a Taiwan University of Science and Technology alumnus, said that the current charging equipment of electric vehicles is bulky, and the wires may get fired due to aging plugs or leak electricity when used in humid environments. Wireless charging boards can just solve these problems. The technology can be applied to transportation vehicles such as unmanned vehicles, electric vehicles, and bicycles. There are many tuk-tuks in Thailand, which can be widely used in the future.

In addition, Thailand’s tourism industry is prosperous, with many hotels and hotels, and Southeast Asian countries have a hot climate and use more air-conditioning. We are optimistic about this business opportunity. Enke Language cooperates with Taiwan University of Science and Technology to make central air-conditioning smarter. Since general central air conditioners are not like household air conditioners that can sense the ambient temperature in real time to adjust, the response is awkward, so it is particularly power-consuming; Encore can automatically sense the ambient temperature and humidity through small controllers, sensors and cloud computing technology , So that central air-conditioning can save more than 10% of energy.

Lin Liangze, the founder of Enke Language, said that currently more than 100 restaurants and office spaces in Taiwan have been provided with air-conditioning and energy-saving services, and most of the users are from hotel operators. Thailand’s temperature and industrial development need more air-conditioning power services, so Thailand has become an active overseas target market.

News source : https://www.ntust.edu.tw/files/14-1126-73477,r167-1.php?Lang=zh-tw