Robot Key Technology from Taiwan on Show at 2023 iREX

TOKYO, Nov. 14, 2023  /PRNewswire/ — The Taiwan Smart Machinery Overseas Promotion Program plans to set up a pavilion at Booth No. E4-10 during iREX on November 30th, dedicated to showcasing the latest in Taiwan’s robots and robotic technologies. Additionally, the project organizers will host a product unveiling and networking session entitled “Robot Key Technology Integration Solution”. Five frontrunners in Taiwan’s tech industry, TECHMAN, Touché Solutions, HIWIN, LIPS, and Tricore, have been invited to the event. These companies will discuss a range of topics, including smart manufacturing, industrial and collaborative robots, as well as vision and system integration solutions. This platform offers a valuable opportunity for Taiwanese firms to showcase their cutting-edge technologies and solutions. The ultimate goal is to foster collaborative endeavors between Japanese and Taiwanese enterprises within the robotics sector and to explore new international business opportunities.

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Discovering Taiwan’s Pioneering Robotics Technologies at the Exhibit:

TECHMAN, the only collaborative robot brand and manufacturer from Taiwan, will explain how to use collaborative robots and their advantages from a user’s perspective.

Touché Solutions, a pioneer in robot tactile technology, offers versatile support for diverse factory environments and machine types with its T-Skin robot safety skin in sensor IoT and smart manufacturing applications.

HIWIN will showcase industrial robots and electric grippers, providing technical services specially tailored for the Japanese market.

LIPS will explore the significance and innovations of next-generation edge intelligence and low-latency 3D robot vision solutions, endowing robots and automation systems with superior perception and decision-making abilities through cutting-edge smart technology and minimal latency.

Tricore, a leading manufacturer of micro motors, produces components used across a spectrum of industries, including computer information, consumer electronics, and automotive electronics.

This event is backed by the “Smart Machinery Overseas Promotion Program” from the International Trade Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs and is jointly executed by the Precision Machinery Research and Development Center (PMC) and the Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robotics Association (TAIROA). On November 30th, the showcase will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center), East Hall E4-10 booth in Tokyo, Japan. More information can be found on the webpage: