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Taiwan’s independently developed autonomous driving technology is surging ahead. oToBrite and the National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC) of NARLabs have joined hands to develop an AI perception and recognition system using the Taiwan Computing Cloud (TWCC), creating a memory-type automated valet parking system and taking Taiwan to level 4 of driving automation. oToBrite CEO, Roy Wu, remarked that by using TWCC for deep learning, the time it takes to model each individual intell
NARLabs’ Taiwan Instrument Research Institute (TIRI) has played an active role in the electronics and optoelectronics research conducted by National Taiwan University professor Wen-Jeng Hsueh’s laboratory, the results of which have been published in Scientific Reports – an academic journal published by Nature. Hsueh’s team found that conjugated topological photonic crystals (CTPC) possess remarkable topological protection qualities and are not impacted by manufacturing imperfections or imp
Application for cohack (https://cohack.tw), a hackathon hosted by the Executive Yuan and the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), has been officially launched. In keeping with the cohack spirit of “preventing epidemics with technology, we can help!”, NARLabs’
The FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC satellites were launched successfully from the Minotaur 1 rocket at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, USA, on April 15, 2006. The original expected mission design life was five years. After fourteen years of successful operation under the auspices of AIT and TECRO, the National Space Organization (NSPO, an affiliate of National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs)) officially announced today (4/30) that the mission of FORMOSAT-3 has come to an end with great success
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NARLabs’ National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC) initiated the “Safeguarding Taiwan - Anti-Pandemic Technology” project earlier this month by releasing the computation, storage, and big data resources from its international supercomputer Taiwan Computing Cloud (TWCC) to the public.
FORMOSAT-7 satellites were launched into space on June 25, 2019. Their pROVisional data was released on December 10, 2019. The formal release is at 02:00 UTC on March 7, 2020 (10 AM, March 7 Taiwan time). The users can download the neutral atmosphere data from Central Weather Bureau’s website: https:// tacc.cwb.gov.tw/v2/download.html. The data product of the previous day will be posted at 02:00 UTC every day.
With a view to promoting practical diplomacy, innovative technology as well as international exchange and cooperation, NARLabs president Yeong-Her Wang and the International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF) secretary general Timothy Hsiang signed a MoU on March 5, 2020. This agreement pushes forward programs offering interdisciplinary technological support to Taiwan-friendly nations along with related research.
National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) will be offering internship opportunities to foreign undergraduate, master and PhD students in 2020. Through this program, NARLabs intends to pROVide scholarship to students, who’re interested in a hands-on research and practical experience at one of NARLabs’ research centers. The goal of the program is to introduce students to scientific and technological development in Taiwan.
One of the most devastating effects caused by climate change has been the increased intensity and frequency of extreme rainfall. This has made the application of AIoT innovative technology in developing a more intelligent disaster prevention warning system an important work for all urban areas. Using the Taiwan Computing Cloud (TWCC), National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC) of NARLabs is able to integrate IoT real-time water regime forecasts, high-efficiency physical model computat