Upcoming display products exhibition to showcase local innovation and ingenuity
The year’s most innovative display products were honored yesterday ahead of next week’s 2015 Touch Taiwan International Touch Panel and Optical Film Expo.
The Taiwan Display Union Association ( TDUA) awarded 12 separate products with distinctions at a press event to promote next week’s trade show, which it says will be its largest ever since it started four years ago.
The 2015 Gold Panel Awards, presented by the TDUA under the guidance of the Ministry of Economic Affairs’ (MOEA) Industrial Development Bureau, were dominated by AU Optronics. The company took home five awards, including for its 65-inch advanced liquid crystal display (ALCD) flatscreen television display and a six-inch 4K ultra high definition display designed for smartphones.
Three events will be held at the Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei from Aug. 26 to 28, including the “Smart Manufacturing Experience Pavilion,” the “2015 Taiwan International Industrial Automation Exhibition” and a “2015 Taiwan Touch Panel and Optical Film Exhibition.” Hosted by the MOEA Bureau of Trade, the venue will feature 120 booths from more than 40 different businesses.
The “2015 Smart Manufacturing 4.0 Forum” on the exhibit’s first day will invite leading experts to discuss key issues in the transformative age of smart manufacturing. Expected participants include Siemens Taiwan, Delta Electronics, Bosch Rexroth Taiwan, Wittenstein AG and Ad- vantech Corp.
The exhibition will feature three themed areas, including smart design, smart production and smart displays. Promoting the new manufacturing standards conceptualized as “Industry 4.0”, organizers aim to showcase Taiwan’s homegrown ingenuity in the research and development of precision machinery, automation and ICT technologies.
Organizers said that they anticipate orders during the event to total as high as NT$1 billion, as 20 buyers representing companies in the United States, Mexico, France, Germany, Romania, India and South Korea are planning to attend. For more information, visit: http://www.touchtaiwan.com