Date:: April 02, 2019
Research teams from GLORIA member universities present Taiwan industrial technology innovations at the Hannover Messe trade fair April 1 in Germany. (Courtesy of MOST)
Five Taiwan universities from the Ministry of Science and Technology-organized Global Research and Industry Alliance (GLORIA) are taking part in the Hannover Messe trade fair April 1-5 in Germany to spotlight their latest industrial tech innovations.
The delegation comprises research teams from National Taiwan University in Taipei City; National Central University in the northern metropolis of Taoyuan; Feng Chia University in Taichung City, central Taiwan; National Formosa University in the western county of Yunlin; and National Cheng Kung University in southern Taiwan’s Tainan City.
Participants are showcasing the results of academia-industry tie-ups under the GLORIA program, an R&D and talent cultivation platform connecting a coalition of 18 Taiwan tertiary institutions with local and foreign enterprises.
Taiwan innovations on show at the event include an infrared light emitter and detector, 360 degree image stitching and facial recognition technology, and a solar-powered quadcopter from NTU. [FULL STORY]