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Technology Development Programs

Against the backdrop of a changing industrial structure, DoIT actively works alongside the government to implement its industrial innovation policies. Through the promotion of close collaboration among the private sectors, the academic sectors, and think tanks, the Technology Development Programs have developed an innovative business mode that is both service- and technology-driven, which integrates the expertise of multiple disciplines to help improve Taiwan’s industrial structure and secure a stronger position in the international market.
 

TDPs have accumulated years of experience in research and development, and are now integrating the expertise of different organizations to promote the following five main areas: the smart technology, green energy technology, smart manufacturing technology, well-being innovation, and service innovation. The programs aim to bring multiple industries, the academic sectors, and think tanks together to develop these innovative technologies, meet complex industrial demands, maximize industrial economic benefits, and at the same time, pursue technologies that will lead to future competitiveness in the fields of smart machinery, green energy technology, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, the circular economy, and the Asia Silicon Valley Development Plan.
 

DoIT continues to promote the R&D Organization Technology Development Program, the Business Innovation TDP, and the Academia Technology Development Program, as the tools to implement the government’s development policies. We develop and introduce the technology needed by various industries, and, to better implement the TDPs, place great emphasis on the holistic planning, SOP improvement, and performance management. As shown in the flow chart below, DoIT first comes up with developmental strategies, and then deploys involved organizations, assesses performance, and lastly makes adjustments according to feedbacks. With this mechanism, DoIT is able to apply research results to meet industrial demands, create R&D values, and have impacts on the industrial innovation.
 

Technology Development Programs

 

 

Last update: 2017-08-25

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