Since 2018, the Taiwan Innotech Expo has undergone a transformation with the goal of positioning Taiwan as an IP HUB. To achieve this, the expo aims to leverage Taiwan's R&D strengths and geographical advantages to serve as a technology bridge between the New Southbound countries, Europe, the United States, Japan, and other nations.
The Taiwan Innotech Expo presents the outcomes of national technology initiatives and industry innovations ,while fostering technology exchanges and global collaborations. The exhibition encompasses a variety of pavilions, including the Innovation Pilot, Future Tech and Sustainability, and the Invention Competition Area, featuring a diverse range of themes such as semiconductors, clean energy, cybersecurity, space technology, AI, and 5G. It has drawn the attention of numerous businesses and academic institutions, with 463 domestic and international companies and research organizations representing 23 countries, showcasing a grand total of 1,097 cutting-edge technologies in 2023.
Moreover, Taiwan Innotech Expo serves as an important platform for technology trading, allowing companies and academic institutions to facilitate technology transfer and cooperation through technology exchanges and business negotiations while promoting the commercialization of innovative technology achievements.
Oct 17 (Thur) to Oct 19 (Sat), 2024
9:30-17:30 (9:30-16:30 on the last day)
Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1F, Zones A, B, and D (No. 5, Section 5, Xinyi Road, Taipei City)
October 6th (Fri), 2023 - March 6th (Wed), 2024
1. Semiconductor zone, showcasing the latest technologies from Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturers, including Realtek, Phison, PSMC, demonstrating Taiwan's outstanding R&D capabilities and top-notch technology level.
2. The Technology Innovation Excellence Award (TIE Award) was held to recognize international startups, corporations, and academic research institutions, aiming to drive innovation and development in Taiwan.
3. Hundreds of forums and business discussion events were held to promote industry-academia-research exchanges and accelerate industry development.
1,097 latest technologies were showcased, covering a wide range of fields such as Semiconductor, Cyber Security, AI, Net Zero, and many more.
118 international organizations participated, including global industry leaders such as Infineon, 3M, and Cadence.
Over 2,000 negotiations were conducted, resulting in technology transactions worth over 100 million.
More than 50,000 visitors attended the physical exhibitions and 400,000 views online.
Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), Ministry of Education (MOE), Ministry of National Defense (MND), Ministry of Labor (MOL), Ministry of Health and Welfare (NOHW), Ministry of Environment (MOENV), Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA), National Development Council (NDC), Academia Sinica (AS)
Industrial Development Administration (IDA), Intellectual Property Office (IPO/TIPO), Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration (SMESA), Department of Industrial Technology (DOIT), Energy Administration (EA), Department of State-owned Enterprise Affairs (SEA), Institute of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health, Ministry of Labor (ILOSH), Resource Circulation Administration(RECA), National Atomic Research Institute (NARI)