C-Link participated in the "Smart City Symposium" organized by the Institute for Information Industry, providing Pacific allies with a blueprint of the Smart Transportation construction.
For many years, C-Link has specialized in public domain image recognition systems. In recent years, we have won numerous awards in the field of Smart Transportation by integrating our self-developed AI Image Recognition Technology. A few days ago, at the invitation of the Institute for Information Industry, C-LInk gave an in-depth presentation to nine government officials and technological experts from our country’s four Pacific allies, Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Republic of Nauru, the Republic of Palau, and Tuvalu Country.
Mr. Jack Lin, CEO of C-Link, together with his business partners at VIVOTEK and WiBASE, concisely presented to the officials and technological experts on Taiwan’s recent practical solutions and practices for Smart City and Smart Transportation through AI Technology. During the Symposium, C-Link shared project experiences on the implementation of AI Image Recognition Technology combined with drones or cameras installed at traffic intersections. In addition to the advantages of saving a lot of manpower and time, pinpointing the blind spots in traffic conflict areas, reducing the possibility of accidents in the future, we also shared the foundation and applications of building Smart City and its feasibility.
Through sharing our project experiences and technological capability at "Smart City Symposium" organized by the Institute for Information Industry, C-Link hopes to help Pacific allies to improve people's welfare and achieve sustainable development goals. P Please consider the environment before printing this email