In a bid to explore more development possibilities in the electric vehicles industry, ASUS and the National Taiwan University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, NTU, have teamed up with an accelerator to attack electric vehicles, green technology, and gamification experience.
The partnership aims to carry out external innovations while also providing new teams to explore more development possibilities. In the main recruitment field, it hopes to develop new technologies and business models together with the innovation team and introduce them into the market in the future.
ASUS-Taiwan University Partnership Focus on Three Key Areas
The corporate accelerator was jointly established by ASUS and the National Taiwan University Innovation Center with a focus on three key areas: “Green Technology,” which focuses on green energy (construction, R&D, procurement, etc.) applied to solar energy, wind energy, hydroelectric power generation, agricultural and fishery power generation and new energy, and “Electric Vehicle Application,” which focuses on technologies in display screens, charging systems, and extended applications.
When it comes to the gamification experience, the two companies are hoping that the new team will develop a gamification mechanism to connect members from the perspective of software or services and combine Web3 (NFT), AR/VR, Generative Art, Digital Badges (Gift), and other applications to create interesting virtual reality integration experiences while reviving ASUS’ existing assets.
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Co-CEO of ASUS Xu Xianyue stated that by collaboration with the National Taiwan University Innovation & Innovation Center, ASUS intends to jointly recruit exceptional startup teams. Speaking of the positioning of the partnership between ASUS and New Ventures, he thinks that ASUS has extensive commercial expertise and channel resources.
Taiwan University to Recruit Start-up Teams: CEO
Professor Tseng Cheng-chung, CEO of the National Taiwan University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, said the first technique recruits suitable start-up teams to carry out projects and uses a systematic verification method to accompany enterprises.
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center at NTU serves as a platform for attacking the market for sustainable development, supporting businesses in their innovation and evolution, and simultaneously unleashing the potential of fresh innovation teams. On November 12 and 13, ASUS will also go over the recruitment specifics at the National Taiwan University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Carnival to help the new team comprehend the topic better.