Unveiling 360° Future Mobility: Taipei AMPA, AutoTronics Taipei, and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan Grandly Opens

17 April 2024– Taipei, Taiwan: Organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), The Taipei AMPA, AutoTronics Taipei, and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan, opens on April 17th at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1. With a showcase scale of 2,700 booths used by 1,000 domestic and international exhibitors, the exhibition demonstrates abundant energy and technology for future mobility.

This year, the three exhibitions focus on “360° Mobility,” bringing together players from the automotive, electronics, and autonomous mobility industries. Exhibitors present future mobility solutions from components, equipment, vehicles to connectivity, unlocking possibilities for human mobility not limited to terrestrial transportation but also extending to the skies and outer space. Key exhibitors include leading automotive parts manufacturers like Tong Yang, DEPO, TW Racing Parts, COPLUS, NAN HOANG, EAGLE EYES TRAFFIC, and Cub Elecparts. Hon Hai Technology Group showcases a variety of electric vehicles, while Master Transportation Bus demonstrates long-distance EV coach bus.

Additionally, Shihlin Electric, Pacific Electric Wire & Cable, and Texas Instruments present power systems, and Delta Electronics and Zerova showcase smart charging solutions. In terms of automotive electronics and IoV applications, major tech companies such as Advantech, JET Opto, Whetron, E-Lead Electronic, MiTAC, oToBrite and Clientron demonstrate ADAS, fleet management, and smart cockpit-related technologies. Moreover, the Mobility Taiwan Automotive Research Consortium (mTARC) showcases industrial achievements with the theme “Back to the Future,” adding a futuristic flair to the exhibition.

According to James Huang, Chairman of TAITRA, with the application of technologies such as AI and low-orbit satellites to the mobility industry, future vehicles will not only transport humans from point A to point B but will also become intelligent and autonomous driving spaces. This exhibition showcases trends such as AI, sustainability, safety, and partnership, as well as the innovative momentum brought by startups to the industry. TAITRA will continue to work with industry players to grasp trends and create a new era of 360° mobility.

Highlight areas at this year’s exhibition include the USA Pavilion, where state offices share the latest trends and investment opportunities; the XMobility Startup Area, featuring innovative technologies such as AI image recognition and AI energy efficiency systems; new exhibition areas include Charging Solutions, Smart Transportation, Automotive Safety, and Alternative Fuel Vehicles & Solutions, focusing on key issues for future mobility; and the Taiwan Patent GO Pavilion set up by the Taiwan Intellectual Property Office of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, showcasing excellent patent works and providing patent seminars and free patent consultation services to assist outstanding Taiwanese patents in entering overseas markets.

To offer diverse experiences to visitors, the exhibition hosts two international forums during the exhibition, inviting experts and leading companies to share topics such as electric vehicles, new energy, and vehicle safety. On the third day of the exhibition, the XMobility PowerUp & MeetUp startup pitch and networking event showcase global innovative research and development capabilities. In addition, there will be new product launches and guided tours, offering international buyers and visitors the chance to explore market opportunities.

Taipei AMPA & AutoTronics Taipei and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan runs from April 17th to 20th. Business visitors are welcome to register in advance on the official website for a free pass during the exhibition period with pre-registered QR code. For more information about the exhibition, please visit the official website.

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