New | Utilizing Four Key Technologies to Achieve the Innovative Business Model of Vehicle–Battery Separation
Impact | Producing a Battery Life of 110 km, Complying with the Government’s New Vehicle–Battery Separation Policy, Setting an Example for Other Firms to Follow, and Elevating the Technological Level of the Industry
Key | The Key Factor Facilitating the Implementation of the Innovative Vehicle–Battery Separation Model is to Build a Battery-Sharing System Platform (that Includes Operations such as Battery Management, Charging Device Management, and Energy Management). High-Performance Battery Module Management Technologies as well as Cloud-based Logistics Control and Performance Control are Employed to Achieve Battery Optimization and Security
Evidence | Approved by the Executive Yuan, the Ministry of Economic Affairs Promoted the 2nd Stage of the New Vehicle–Battery Separation Policy for Battery Electric VehiclesOn October 27, 2015, the Industrial Development Bureau (of the Ministry of Economic Affairs) was invited to participate in the achievement exhibition of the Industry Upgrades for a Successful Taiwan Project
As Taiwan's machine-tool industry approaches full maturity, this fourth largest machine-tool global exporter is focusing its powers on ICT technology, the key to intelligent machinery development. With existing integrated capacities in machinery production and ICT technological advantages, Taiwan is anticipated to play an integral part in the upcoming waves of the Industry 4.0 revolution and expand into the global markets as manufacturers become increasingly in demand for smart factories, manufacturing, and machinery.
Servolution, developed by the Institute of Industry Information, is able to transform manufacture facility signals and data into meaningful information that facilitate decision making for senior management, and provides application service solutions for critical process data by using ICT to control factory mass data. Furthermore, it is able to convert machinery operational status into real-time production efficiency, detect and locate the reasons for equipment malfunction, and increase the data transparency of precision-machinery operations.
In the face of global trends in energy conservation and carbon reduction, green energy has become one of the primary requirements in CNC machine-tool development. In 2015, by incorporating energy-management technology with Servolution solutions, the III developed a visual platform for monitoring the energy use of CNC machine tools, established an energy-management platform with integrated machinery information, developed an application-oriented middleware, and enhanced precision machinery industry value through the use of ICT, in keeping with current industry trends and future orientations.
In the future, III will continue to provide assistance to industries, respond instantly to market changes, and promote the energy-efficiency management capabilities of domestic companies. Its next focus is on sheet-metal stamping companies in the automotive industry and large-scale press-equipment manufacturers. The goal is to assist them in the implementation of latest technologies and extensively employ these technical outcomes to all types of mechanical equipment and processing applications. The III anticipates that this approach will reinforce the global competitiveness of Taiwan manufactured machine tools and create new green market opportunities that comply with energy laws and regulations.