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18 OCT
2021
Press Center

Launch of TISS Heralds New Opportunities for National Team on Security Surveillance

The automobile industry is going through its biggest change in a century and this is driving the trend towards C.A.S.E (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electrified) in the global industry. Caravision focuses on the research and development of onboard safety and surveillance equipment based around the theme of “Moving Intelligence.” Products related to smart vehicles such as millimetric radar camera, ADAS, digital dashcam and automated number plate recognition were showcased at E-Mobility Taiwan by the company.
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23 MAR
2021
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Hi Sharp Shows Off Crossover Surveillance Capability at 2021 Smart City Expo

2021 Smart City Expo kicked off with much fanfare today at Taipei’s Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2. Hi Sharp (3128), the leading maker of surveillance solutions, has been concentrating on the development of integrated services that combine technologies across various fields such as AI, IoT, edge coming and deep learning in recent years. It has now chosen showcase the results of its R&D in the form of key products at the show.
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02 MAR
2021
Press Center

New Spring for the Surveillance Industry Sees Hi Sharp Prep New Business

In 2019, the United States imposed sanctions on China which caused the supply chain changed and also the wages rose sharply in recent years. China’s advantage of manufacture is getting weaker. Such changes haven’t been happened during decades. Taiwanese surveillance industry felt it particularly. Many companies have recently invested a lot to wait for the turning point when COVID 19 subsides. The whole industry is looking for the recovery.
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18 JAN
2021
Industry Coverage

U.S. FCC plans to ban on Huawei and other Chinese equipment suppliers

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously on Thursday, 6/17/2021, to advance a plan to ban approvals for equipment in U.S. telecommunications networks from Chinese companies deemed national security threats like Huawei and ZTE.
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14 DEC
2020
Industry Coverage

The Next to the Sanction

Following previous sanctions that US imposed to China in Sep, on Dec. 3rd, the US government has officially listed SMIC、CNOOC、China Construction Technology and CIECC on Pentagon’s black list.And S&P Dow Jones Indices on Thursday became the second major index provider to remove some Chinese companies from its index products following a Trump administration executive order which designed to deter U.S. investment firms, pension funds, and others from buying shares of Chinese companies designated by the U.S.
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