Smart technology is changing our lives, ranging from the smart cities that governments are striving to develop, to the smart appliances in every citizen's home. Whether it is street lights, buses, parking spaces, or refrigerators, stereos, and TVs at home, related systems and equipment need the support of information communication, Internet of Things, and sensing technologies, as well as broadband networks, huge real-time computing and storage. Capability, as well as information security protection, are indispensable. Such a change also means that the era of selling street lamps, buses, and home appliances alone has passed. In the future, business will not sell single items, but solutions for the entire smart system.
From components and product specifications, to the adjustment of cross-industry standards, the operation of sales channels, and even the change Special Database of pricing models, cross-industry integration is involved. In fact, as early as 2003, the Information Policy Council undertook the ADOC (APEC Digital Opportunity Center, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Digital Center) program to spread Taiwan's soft power experience, allow Taiwan to establish new diplomatic relations with more countries through technology, and further explore innovation. A new market for entrepreneurship. Huang Qiongya, director of the International Office of the
Information Strategy Association, said that the government has been paying attention to the output potential of system integration since 2016. Therefore, through the Information Strategy Association, a number of output counseling programs have been carried out, in the aspects of smart energy, smart transportation, and smart medical care. Domestic manufacturers and foreign markets, and held the first "Global System Integrator Conference" in 2019, continued to integrate Taiwan's soft and hard power into the world, and officially ushered in Taiwan's "SI (system integration) first year". Connect with international industry needs and assist Taiwanese factories to do big business