By: Central News Agency
Eyeing China’s fast-growing drone industry, Feng Po (馮渤), a Taiwanese industry leader, is seeking opportunities for business cooperation between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait with the aim of helping Taiwanese companies to develop and promote their own unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) businesses.
Currently, about 30 percent of spare parts and components used by a Chinese drone maker — Shenzhen-based Da-Jiang Innovations (DJI) Technology Co., which accounts for 52 percent of the global consumer drone market — are sourced from Taiwan, according to Feng, who founded Taiwan UAS Development Association (TWUAS) in May last year and is now its president.
Feng, an operator in the Internet app and mobile phone industries who moved to China in 2000 and has lived in Beijing for 15 years, said he has been exploring opportunities in China for Taiwanese businesses and is familiar with the businesses and industries across the strait. [FULL STORY]