Taiwan University of Science and Technology and 5 new startup teams move forward to participate in Thailand
Taiwan University of Science and Technology led five groups of new and innovative teams to Thailand to deploy the new southbound market, and Zheng Zhaojun (fifth from left), CEO of Taiwan University of Science and Technology Incubation Center, took a group photo with everyone. (Photo/Provided by Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

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Taiwan University of Science and Technology’s start-up team marches to Thailand! Including electric vehicle wireless charging technology, smart air-conditioning system, shortened website service, etc. This time, the five coaching teams to Thailand are optimistic about Thailand’s development potential and booming market business opportunities.

Taiwan University of Science and Technology University President Liao Qingrong mentioned that in recent years, the Thai entrepreneurial circle has developed vigorously and the ASEAN market is active. Many new startups are actively expanding overseas markets. This time, Taiwan University of Science and Technology has 5 preferential counseling teams, including “Yiqun Green Energy Technology”. “”, “PicSee”, “Encore”, “Creative Design”, “Oufa Chuangzhi”, they each focus on various fields such as green energy technology, technology service industry, and Internet of Things. Technological energy and product creativity have attracted the attention of local industry players and investors in Thailand.

For the wireless charging of electric vehicles, “Yiqun Green Energy Technology” cooperated with the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Power Electronics Laboratory to apply the National Taiwan University’s wireless power transmission technology to the industry and develop systems for wireless charging of electric vehicles and vehicle power conversion. Using magnetic resonance technology for wireless charging, 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.

Taiwan University of Science and Technology counseled the startup “Yiqun Green Energy Technology” to cooperate with the Taiwan University of Science and Technology Power Electronics Laboratory to develop wireless charging for electric vehicles. Lin Yongsheng, head of Yiqun Green Energy Technology (left), and researcher Zhang Youcheng (right). (Photo/Provided by Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

Lin Yongsheng, head of Yiqun Green Energy Technology and alumnus of Taiwan University of Science and Technology, said that the current charging guns of electric vehicles are not only cumbersome, but also because of the aging of the plugs, there may be misunderstandings in the wires, or the use of leakage in humid environments. The wireless charging board can just solve these problems, replacing the charging gun through wireless power transmission, and does not affect the charging speed, and it is safer to use. The technology can be applied to unmanned guided vehicles, electric vehicles, bicycles and other transportation vehicles. Thailand has many tuk-tuk vehicles, which can also be widely used in the future.

Taiwan University of Science and Technology has cultivated a company called “PicSee”, which provides a short URL sharing service for social platforms, which has accumulated 3 billion views. The picture shows Wei Xuan, the co-founder of PicSee. (Photo/Provided by Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

“PicSee”, which has accumulatively clicked through 3 billion people and revolutionized URL shortening, provides a short URL sharing service for social platforms, allowing community operators to customize the title and preview screen of shared links, and provide Detailed performance tracking. The service was launched at the end of 2015 and has accumulated more than 3 billion clicks. 70% of the traffic comes from overseas markets. Thailand accounts for 10%, second only to Taiwan and Vietnam, and is the third largest source of clicks.

PicSee co-founder Wei Zuoxiang said that in order to expand overseas markets, in addition to building a total of 13 languages, including Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese, the official website also supports multi-language customer service. He also participates in Southeast Asian countries every year, gradually through word of mouth. To open up overseas markets, we plan to launch customized brand short URLs in the future. The use will not be limited to the community, and the service will be more extensive.

Taiwan University of Science and Technology has cultivated the enterprise “Enco Language” to develop central air conditioning power services. Chief Operating Officer Xie Haozhe (left) and founder Lin Liangze (right). (Photo/Provided by Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

“EnKe” makes central air conditioners smarter. Different factors such as environmental humidity and crowds will affect the temperature. However, unlike ordinary household air conditioners, central air conditioners can sense the ambient temperature in real time to make adjustments. The response is awkward, so it is often very expensive. Electricity. Enke language provides power-saving services for central air conditioning. Through small controllers, sensors, and cloud computing technology, it automatically senses the ambient temperature and humidity, and automatically controls the central air conditioning to achieve the most comfortable and energy-saving operation, reaching 10%. The above energy saving effect.

Lin Liangze, founder of Enke Language, said that at present, 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. We are optimistic about the prosperity of Thailand’s tourism and tourism industry, many hotels and hotels, and Southeast Asian countries have hot climates, more air-conditioning usage, and more need for air-conditioning electricity services. Therefore, Thailand has become an overseas target market for Encore to actively expand.

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