Taiwan start-ups to display 5G, AI technologies at U.S. show

10/22/2019 08:24 PM
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Taipei, Oct. 22 (CNA) A delegation of representatives from 10 Taiwanese tech start-ups is participating in the MWC Los Angeles, which begins Tuesday, according to the Taipei Computer Association (TCA).

The representatives will display their innovations at a special Taiwan pavilion called InnoVEX Startups, focusing on 5G, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart city development, among other types of technology, the association said.

At the 3-day MWC (Mobile World Congress) Los Angeles, the Taiwanese delegation will also invite foreign start-ups to participate in the next InnoVex, a special exhibition at the annual Computex Taipei, which is scheduled for June 2020, the TCA said.

Among the 10 Taiwanese start-ups, TMY Technology Inc. (TMYTEK) will show off its mmWave Beamforming technology for 5G Communication applications, which is expected to help telecom operators and equipment manufacturers address problems in the development of 5G services and devices, according to TCA.

Meanwhile, dp smart technology co. will display a 360-degree camera that features technologies such as seamless hardware in-camera video/image stitching and instant live-streaming, which were made possible through the company's advanced 5G efforts, TCA said.

As for CarKit AI Inc., the TCA said, the startup will demonstrate its AI voice assistant for vehicle use, which is expected to connect to social media platforms and other apps.

JARVISH Inc. will display an AI connected helmet with a sound control function, which can be used by athletes, factory workers, military personnel and police officers, the association said.

MWC Los Angeles, organized by the GSM Association (GSMA), is one of the largest wireless communication technology trade shows in the United States, according to TCA.

This year, the show is expected to attract more than 22,000 professional visitors from some 100 countries, TCA said.

(By Chung Jung-feng and Frances Huang)


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