The Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (CTOT) will be showcasing 14 leading high tech companies at the Canadian AIoT Pavilion at InnoVEX 2019 (booth # D0429, Hall 1, TWTC). Through the Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) in Taipei, these companies will be seeking strategic partnerships with Taiwan industry to explore international markets.
Jordan Reeves, the Executive Director of Canadian Trade Office in Taipei, indicates Taiwan is one of Canada's top five most important innovation and R&D partners. Canada’s innovation ecosystem is a perfect match to Taiwan’s well-established global ICT supply chain. Canadian startups are eager to commercialize their technology with international partners and they regard Taiwan as a gateway to Asia. In the past 5 years, Canada and Taiwan bilateral trade has increased by 31% and exports to Taiwan have increased by 43%. CTOT is committed to expanding this bilateral relationship through the Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) initiative working with partners like InnoVEX.
Highlights of the Canadian AIoT Pavilion @ InnoVEX – AI + IoT + Digital Health.
Following the success from last year, CTOT will host “Canadian AIoT Pavilion” at InnoVEX 2019, featuring 14 Canadian companies covering a wide spectrum in the fields of AI, IoT and Digital Health:
•Autonom – Increasing Telcos operational efficiency with small, smart and reliable backup power solutions.
•Cognitive Systems – WiFi MotionTM sensing technology combining AI.
•Deeplite – AI-Driven Deep Neural Network (DNN) Optimizer.
•Dessa – Transforming enterprises with AI.
•District 3 (D3) – Montreal's leading innovation hub.
•GenerationsE – AI powered medical imaging solutions for colorectal cancer.
•ImmerVision – Panomorph technology for security, AI, unmanned vehicles and IoT.
•Integran – World leader in metallurgical nano-technologies
•Intrinsyc – Industry’s highest-performance production-ready computing modules.
•KA Imaging - Multi-Energy X-ray detector that enables soft-tissue differentiation.
•Mirametrix – Award-winning AI platform that can sense your attention.
•MWE Lab – Motorised and ergonomic gaming/workstations.
•Springdel – AI based predictive solution for Enterprise IoT Management.
•Studio 1 Labs – Intelligent bed sheets with fabric sensors technology
Canadian AIoT Pavilion will host “Happy Hour” at 4pm daily at InnoVEX offering Canadian beers. Please come and explore Canadian AI, IoT and digital health technologies with us!
About Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA):
The CTA initiative was launched in 2009 to provide innovative Canadian companies with access to unique resources and contacts, helping participants refine their business models, pursue key clients, access financing resources and engage strategic partners to help them grow internationally. Currently, CTAs are operating in Boston, New York, San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Between 2013 and 2018, more than 495 companies have participated in CTAs, with a total of over CAD 514 million in capital raised.
The CTA in Taiwan is one of four new CTAs that are part of Canada’s economic diversification strategy towards Asia, together with Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo. Initial sectors of focus include artificial intelligence (AI), Internet-of-Things (IoT), and digital health.
For more information, please contact CTOT Media Officer Sylvia Yan at 0963-385263 or email Sylvia.firstname.lastname@example.org.