Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), is pleased to announce Taiwan Pavilion’s participation in the ‘RIGA COMM BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY FAIR AND CONFERENCES 2018’ at the International Exhibition Centre Kipsala in Latvia.
TAITRA is participating in the show for the third time. The Taiwan Pavilion will be located at the International Exhibition Centre Ķipsala at Booth No. B8-C7, Hall 2. We invite you to visit the Pavilion and experience these innovative and exciting products from Taiwan.
TAITRA will lead a delegation composed of Taiwan’s foremost brands in the areas of industrial PC, datacenters, edge intelligence servers, environmental monitoring, LoRa solutions for smart cities, network video recorders, network attached storage, consumer electronics, medical devices, and industrial and network cameras. Featured companies will include Advantech Co. Ltd., ATEN International Co. Ltd., VIVOTEK Inc., QNAP Systems Inc. and Ming Chiang Precision Co. Ltd.
Advantech was established in 1983 and is a leader in innovative, embedded and automation products and solutions. It offers comprehensive system integration, hardware, software, customer-centric design services, and global logistics support. Advantech will continue collaborating and partnering in support of smart city & IoT solutions.
VIVOTEK was founded in Taiwan in 2000. Its comprehensive solutions include network cameras, video servers, network video recorders, PoE solutions and video management software. The Company has established offices and subsidiaries in the United States, Europe, India, Middle East, Latin America and Japan.
QNAP Systems Inc. provides a range of cutting-edge network-attached storage and video surveillance solutions, based on the principles of usability, high security and flexible scalability.
ATEN offers innovative solutions in the fields of connectivity, professional audio/video, as well as green energy for consumers, small/home offices, small to medium-sized businesses, and enterprises.
Ming Chiang specializes in thin sheet metal stamping, and manufactures parts that may be applied in many industries, including 3C, automobile, wireless control devices, printers, digital cameras and medical devices.
We welcome you to find out more about these companies by visiting the following websites:
In 2017, Taiwan’s manufacturing output value was US$434.5 billion, increasing 5.85% over 2016. The two key sectors were integrated circuits, with an output value of US$45.4 billion (an increase of 6.75%) and LCD panels and components, valued at US$30.8 billion (an increase of 14.01% over 2016). Similarly, the electronic-components industry comprises a large chunk of Taiwan’s manufacturing output value, accounting for US$122.4 billion (an increase of 3.54%).
Over the years, and with the rise of AI and IoT, Taiwan has constituted an important partner for many international brands in the global ICT supply chain, such as Apple, Google and Microsoft. Taiwan is now shifting from high-tech manufacturing to becoming and innovation-driven country that offers integrated solutions.
For more information about the Taiwanese delegation, please contact:
Taipei Mission in the Republic of Latvia