By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Reporter
COMPUTEX 2016, the largest information and communications technology (ICT) show in Asia, will
feature Internet of Things (IoT), innovative startups, and gaming from May 31 (Tuesday) to June 4 (Saturday), according to Walter Yeh, Executive Vice President of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), one of the COMPUTEX co-organizers, at the international press conference on Monday.
The show will host over 1,602 exhibitors from 30 countries, occupying 5,009 booths across 4 show venues, according to TAITRA.
The IoT applications include seven exhibiting categories such as Smart Manufacturing, Security, Smart Home, Wearable Technology and 3D Printing, with most of the exhibits being housed at the brand new SmarTEX exhibition area. Key players in IoT include Siemens for Industry 4.0, ABB for industry robots, Mercedes Benz to showcase Intelligent drive system and Audi for its virtual cockpit. Major Taiwan companies include ASUS, Acer, TSMC, Mediatek, and Advantech, TAITRA said. [FULL STORY]