The Canadian Trade Office in Taipei in Taipei (CTOT) is the representative office of the Canadian government in Taiwan. The commercial section of CTOT helps Canadian companies expand and succeed in Taiwan; as well as providing information and services to help Taiwanese companies to do business & invest in Canada.
One of the initiatives recently launched by Canadian Trade Office in Taipei is the Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) program in Taipei which aims to make both Canada and Taiwan’s start-up and innovation ecosystems more successful. To promote the program, CTOT will bring a delegation of 14 companies representing 3 major industries: AI, IoT, and Digital Health to the Canadian AIoT Pavilion in booth D0429 in InnoVEX 2019, TWTC Hall 1.
The AI companies participating in the Canadian AIoT Pavilion are:
Deeplite provides an AI-driven Optimizer to make Deep Neural Networks faster, smaller and energy-efficient from cloud to edge computing. Their product, Neutrino automatically optimizes high-performance DNN models, to make them dramatically faster, smaller and power-efficient without sacrificing performance for real-time and resource-limited AI environments
Dessa catalyzes success for companies ready to embark on their AI journey by offering a platform, products, and services that build enterprise capabilities. Dessa provides custom AI applications for solving complex, real-world problems in operations, marketing, customer experience, and risk management.
Mirametrix enables natural human-computer interaction on all consumer electronics powered by its breakthrough Attention Sensing technology. Glance by Mirametrix creates Smarter "User Aware" devices that understand and respond to user behavior enabling improved user experience around personalization, natural user interaction, security/privacy, collaboration, digital wellbeing and more.
Immervision enables intelligent vision in any device. They design wide-angle lenses with augmented resolution to see more and AI-ready image processing to see smarter. In 2018, Immervision’s Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer, Alessandro Gasparini joined the InnoVEX 2018 Forum on Best Practices to Get Started with Enterprise AI.
Springdel offers AI based predictive total solution; mixing Hardware, Software and AI. Their solutions are usable in retail, transportation, and manufacturing. Their solution, Springmatic is an Edge Computing solution that enables communication across mobility and IoT, covering different data sources. Springmatic deploys Machine Learning to the Edge communication layer to control every endpoint entities.
The IoT companies that will join the Canadaian AIoT Pavilion are:
Cognitive Systems combine silicon design, RF, and cryptography to interpret wireless signals. Using their patented product – the R10 chip, Cognitive Systems demonstrates the capabilities of WiFi Motion and enables real time collection & processing of RF. In addition, they also use AI & predictive analytics to bring new capabilities and insights to smart homes and the IoT market.
Intrinsync provides product development services and Edge Computing modules to take IoT products to the next level: by building AI and advanced analytics directly into the devices and systems where insights are needed in real-time. Intrinsync’s Open-Q System on Modules and Single Board Computers help OEMs to rapidly bring industry leading products, with rich functionality and high performance, to market.
Autonom design their products using the latest technologies and best power conversion architectures to provide clients with high end compact battery backup systems that helps them grow and upgrade their services. Autonom partners with telecommunication companies to help them save space and upgrade their network by providing them compact high end battery backup systems for their equipment.
The Digital Health startups that will join the Canadian AIoT Pavilion are:
Generations E focuses on building AI-powered medical imaging solutions. Their product, DeepScene is a pathologist diagnostic assistance solution on automating colorectal cancer biopsy slide analysis. Generations E recently signed an MOU with Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital which will participate in DeepScene clinical study retrospective in May 2019.
Studio 1 Labs
Studio 1 Labs develop fabric sensor technology which is implemented in intelligent bed sheets to be utilized in digital health. Their world leading fabric sensor technology allows everyday soft items to be turned into connected systems to improve health monitoring, without requiring any attachments to the body. The intelligent bed sheets also include fall prevention to further monitor the patients.
KA Imaging has designed and developed a portable Multi-Energy X-ray detector that enables soft-tissue differentiation, a key advantage over current technology. KA Imaging’s single exposure Multi Energy X-ray visualizes soft tissue with one radiation exposure without losing information and no motion artifact. Their solutions are usable for more than just medical purposes, but also industrial and security.
Companies in Other Industries that will join the Canadaian AIoT Pavilion are:
Modern Work Environment Lab
MWE Lab specializes in designing and manufacturing of the Emperor, the award-winning computer work environment for high-intensity digital users. Proudly built in Canada with industrial grade components since 2010, the Emperor is a comfortable, immersive and aesthetically unique environment for people that spend many hours in front of their computer monitors.
District 3 Innovation Centre
Concordia University’s District 3 is an innovation hub that unites the Montreal ecosystem for innovators & entrepreneurs to move from idea to impact with confidence. District 3 equips innovators and the Montreal community with the skills and mindset to succeed in an incredibly complex environment.
Integran’s materials technologies enable new products, weight savings, cost competitiveness and reduced environmental footprints. Integran is the world leader in revolutionary metallurgical nano-technologies, pushing the boundaries of "lighter, better, cheaper" with products based on our electrodeposited nanocrystalline "Nanovate" metal platform.
InnoVEX 2019 will host the Canadian AIoT pavilion for the second year. With many companies in all sectors and segments, it is definitely one of the must-see pavilions. Visit the Canadian AIoT pavilion in InnoVEX booth D0429. Happy Hours at 4 PM for free Canadian Beer!