With Deep Friendship between Taiwan and Japan in Academic Research, to Enter the Global Market, III Signed a MOU with Tokyo Metropolitan University to Jointly Dedicate to ICT Research and Development as well as Talent Cultivation
For the spread of the advanced research and development results produced by Taiwanese and Japanese institutes, the creation of idea exchange opportunities on talent cultivation mechanisms, and the collaboration between the two countries to enter the global industrial market, CH Cho, President of the Institute for Information Industry (III) and Chitoshi Miki, President of the Tokyo City University (TCU) signed a MOU on October 25th on behalf of each unit. The process was witnessed by Theodore Huang, chairman of TECO Group, Polon Chuang, General Manager of InSynerger, and Shin-Horng Chen, Director of the Second Research Division of Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research.
Tokyo City University was founded in 1929 by the Tokyu Group of Japan. It was formerly known as Musashi Institute of Technology. It is well-known in the fields of industry, transportation, architecture and urban planning. It has long been acclaimed for its excellent performance in industry-university cooperation and the high employment rate of students.
Tokyu Group has an annual turnover of approximately 2.6 trillion yen and a total of 47,000 employees. It has 101 chain hotels, 244 chain stores and supermarkets. It also provides 1,565 residential housing units and its transportation networks including land and air carries 1.33 billion passengers annually. The group’s overseas branches are located in the United States, Australia, and ASEAN countries.
III expects that through the signing of this MOU, in the future, the two sides can jointly share the technologies, experience and arenas in the fields of AI, 5G and Internet of Things so that in the smart city co-constructed by various elements such as industries, transportation systems, as well as housing and business districts, each unit could actively carry out various industry-university-research cooperation projects, and in turn, foster more multinational talents who could use the next generation ICT technologies to assist with the friendly development between Taiwan and Japan.
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