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Build common exploration window, Taiwan, USA, and Japan jointly established Trans-Pacific Visualization Research & Education Collaboration Networks

Establishing Trans-Pacific Visualization Research & Education Collaboration Networks, this seminar was held at the University of Hawaii on February 5-7, 2017. There are totally 20 scholars from Taiwan, USA and Japan participated......

 

Taiwan Delegation in the Global City Teams Challenge 2016, Joining the Express Train of Global Rapid Development of Smart Cities!

IoT (Internet of Things) based Smart Cities have been rapidly developed throughout the globe in the past two years and which have continued to grow massively. The global experts were invited to attend NIST -Sponsored “Global City Teams Challenge 2016” and also “Smart City Innovation Summit” which was held by NSF US-lgnit in Austin on 13-15 June, 2016 ......

 

Air Quality Sensing Wherever You Go in Taipei (from US-ignite) 

The proposed project will develop portable AirBox devices to facilitate mobile air quality monitoring, with a focus on PM2.5 sensing, in Taipei city. The device is small-sized and light-weight, and it uses the LoRa technology for low-power and long-range data communication. The expected results of this project are: 1) it promotes citizen engagement of wearable environmental monitoring ranging from walking, jogging to cycling; 2) ......

 

 

The International Conference that starts up the Transnational Collaboration of Cyberinfrastructure

The inaugural meeting of the CENTRA framework for international Collaborations to ENable TRansnational cyberinfrastructure Applications, referred as CENTRA-2016, was first held in Taiwan on March 29, 2016.  To enhance the Taiwan-US partnership, CENTRA......

 

 

NARLabs and Argonne National Laboratory Cohost the Smart Cities and Urban Analytics Workshop to Learn Smart City Establishment Experience from Chicago

Currently, information technology has considerable development potential. With ongoing technology advancements in cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things, the technologies applied in developing smart cities have also advanced with time. To facilitate efforts by the government of Taiwan in promoting national programs for intelligent and smart cities, National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) and Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) cohosted the Smart Cities and Urban Analytics Workshop through the Chicago smart city establishment case study in order to learn about experiences in establishing smart cities as well as gathering knowledge on developing smart cities and the Internet of Things.