Taiwanese system integrators are demonstrating their leadership in digital technology in overseas markets

System Integration Overseas Market Expansion Seminar provides new examples of how Taiwanese companies are working with Japanese corporate partners to take advantage of overseas markets

TAIPEI, September 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The 2022 Overseas Market Expansion System Integration Seminar was held at the Courtyard by Marriott Taipei Downtown on 14 hours On September 16. Mr. Chin Chin LinDeputy Director of the Digital Industries Administration (ADI), Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA), attended the event and gave the opening remarks. TaiwanBased YajanTech has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with SDT Thai, a subsidiary of Japanese business group Shinden Hightex, to jointly expand their business footprint in the Thailand market. Taiwanese system integrators have chosen to partner with foreign companies to expand their presence in the third market and strengthen their cooperation with large corporate partners in Europe, United Statesand Japan. At the same time, they are exploring new growth potential in overseas markets to expand the reach of their international service network and thus demonstrate the island’s strength in integrating digital technology systems on the world stage.


This was said by Mr. Lin, Deputy Director of ADI TaiwanManufacturers and companies with significant experience in cooperation with Japanese companies and entering the Southeast Asian markets were invited to attend the event on site and share their success stories. Local actors can better understand the multidimensional service model by learning from each other and exchanging best practices. ADI will continue its efforts to improve partnerships between local smart solution providers and major players in EuropeUSA and Japanenabling industry innovation and exporting the better lifestyle created by of Taiwan digital economy abroad.

In the workshop, TaiwanBased YajanTech and SDT Thai have enhanced their collaboration in providing AR solutions to the Thai market. During the event, both parties shared their perspectives on the best ways to implement AR solutions Southeast Asia. The app for AR tourism in of Japan Aichi Prefecture Airport, as well as the smart parking project in California are examples of YajanTech’s overseas success. CEO of YajanTech James Tsai said the collaboration makes AR training for factories part of its development strategy, more effectively passing on the experience and complex skills from craftsmen to younger generations.

Furthermore, Lance KaoCEO of Aeroprobing Inc., a provider of technology-based solutions for UAVs in Taiwan, shared the company’s practices for cooperation with overseas partners to enter the Indonesian market. He said Aeroprobing has been entering into partnerships and building trust with Japanese partners over the past three years, in a move to promote cooperation in drone design and development. Despite the pandemic, both countries have established a joint venture to work together with Indonesian agricultural universities to train drone operators. The tripartite partnership to facilitate the implementation of smart agricultural technologies will improve the quality and efficiency of crop production while creating local job opportunities by making it attractive for young people to return to their hometowns and engage in agriculture. CEO of SK-KAWANISHI, Akihiro Kawanishideveloped on the experience of using the water resources solution jointly developed by Taiwanese and Japanese companies for water facility maintenance, disaster relief and prevention and management of waterways in Southeast Asia.

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