The topic of "smart mobility" has attracted wide attention from major governments and enterprises in recent years. Self-driving cars, new energy, communication technology, and the Internet of Vehicles are the keys to development. Many international companies are accelerating their investment in the field of smart mobility. For example, LG, a major Korean mobile phone electronics manufacturer, announced that it will set up two departments: self-driving R&D and robotics by the end of the year; semiconductor giant Infineon cooperates with DENSO, a Japanese auto parts leader, to actively deploy self-driving cars and electric vehicles.
Market; even e-commerce Amazon and Alibaba have also launched plans for unmanned vehicles. This global trend has started the wave of smart mobility development in Taiwan. The Legislative Yuan just passed the third reading of the "Regulations on the Development of Unmanned Vehicle Technology and Innovation Experiments" in November; Audi, wedding photo retouching services a German car manufacturer that has a crush on Taiwan's innovative strength, also announced in June this year. Taiwan held the first Audi Innovation Award (AIA), investing in international resources and funds, supporting Taiwan's outstanding new innovations to integrate with the world, and jointly creating a blueprint for Taiwan's future smart mobility. On the journey of building a new mobility relationship,
"car" is not only the evolution of power performance, the introduction of technological equipment and the introduction of intelligent services, but also will change your and our understanding of vehicles and transportation, and create a new relationship between people, cities and vehicles . Experience to Evolution : Leading the Experience, Launching the Mobile Revolution The cooperation between Audi and Taiwanese startups has been extended to this year's new startup event, Meet Taipei Innovation and Entrepreneurship Carnival, inviting five groups of startups selected by the Audi Innovation Award (AIA). The four major themes of urbanization and sustainability are cut into, leading the public to experience the one-day life circle of 2025.