Wu Zhenhua, deputy head of the Industrial Bureau attended the event and delivered a speech
The Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs held the "New Cross-border Vision ? Data Economy Industry Innovation International Salon" today (27th), and invited countries such as Japan, Malaysia and India to promote the open materials departments and organizations to exchange views and discuss Asian countries. Innovation and development of the data economy, key challenges and international cooperation models. The conference successfully promoted China's "Organization for Data-driven Application (ODA)" and Canada's "Open Data for Development (OD4D) Asia Office (Malaysia)" and Japan's "Tokyo" The University of Tokyo (Open Data Center) signed a memorandum of cooperation, which will jointly promote the specific cooperation of Asian countries in the field of data economy, and will be an important step for Chinese data service providers to expand their international markets.
The domestic industry application has preliminary results, and will actively expand the international market in the future.
The Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs began to promote the application of government open materials at the end of 2013, hoping to inject new development momentum into the industry. In the past five years, 85 enterprises and 197 data innovation applications have been directly promoted through subsidies and competitions, directly promoting the industry to add new information. The investment is 370 million yuan and the new revenue is 800 million yuan. The fields of data innovation and application include agriculture, transportation, disaster prevention, tourism, etc. The service content includes data analysis and processing, data platform, application service, etc., and the industrial chain has taken shape. The Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs said that cross-border cooperation and service export are the next important milestones in Taiwan's data economy. It is necessary to rely on industry, community and government to work together and actively cooperate with countries.
Taiwan and Canada sign MOU to jointly assist the Asian region to promote open data and data applications
This international salon brings together the important organizations of the Asian data economy. Therefore, China Open Data Alliance and Canada's OD4D project will take the opportunity to sign a letter of intent for cooperation, which will jointly promote the development of open materials and materials in Asian countries. Driven by the Canadian International Development Research Center (IDRC), OD4D aims to promote the development of the data service ecosystem in all regions of the world and promote regional sustainable development. Therefore, we hope to accelerate the Asian region through cooperation with OD4D and the experience of global open data. The development of data services.
Chairman Peng Qiming of the Open Data Industry Alliance said: "OD4D is an important driving force for global open data. Many cross-border cooperation and research models have been established all over the world. The Taiwan Open Data Alliance has not only spread its fields but also has international The experience of cooperation. This MOU has won a strong partner for both parties."
Khairil Yusof, head of the OD4D project in Asia, said: "OD4D promotes the open data and information economy globally, and it is very necessary to cooperate with organizations with substantial influence in each region. Taiwan ODA is very active in the Asian region and has also successfully The integration of the region is the object we most want to cooperate with."
Taiwan and Japan sign MOU to jointly develop smart cities with open materials
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics is coming soon. The Japanese government has repeatedly claimed that it will introduce the most powerful high-tech applications in the modern Olympics in the Tokyo Olympics, including smart robots and unmanned vehicles, all of which are based on information and can be smoothly carried out. Therefore, this salon also specially invited the Open University of Tokyo University to assist the Tokyo Olympics to promote innovative applications to share the promotion of the Tokyo Olympics data application and the smart city data application plan. The Taiwan Open Data Alliance also took the opportunity to sign the MOU with the University of Tokyo, which will help China to refer to and emulate the experience of Japan's Tokyo 2020 Smart Olympics. It will then refer to the platform manufacturers who use data to optimize smart transportation and other fields to assist Taiwan and Japan manufacturers. Smart city applications for business opportunities.
Experts exchanges and interactions are warm, and future business opportunities can be expected
Another focus of the International Salon is on business applications and market opportunities, discussing innovation opportunities and key challenges for data applications in Southeast Asia, establishing international cooperation models in Asia, and opportunities for national data service providers to expand their markets in Asia. The participating experts and scholars respectively provided the latest and forward-looking data economy promotion strategies and past experiences of various countries, and conducted interactive discussions, which will lead to a more effective driving direction for the development of the data economy.
The event was attended by more than 30 companies from 4 countries, which led to the specific cooperation between China and the OD4D Project Asia Office and the Open University of Tokyo University, which is an important step for China's data service providers to expand the international market. The ministry will continue to expand its international cooperation network so that the business opportunities of the data economy can drive more enterprise innovation and enhance industrial competitiveness.
Source: Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs