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In order to lead technology R&D innovation, remove any roadblock to Taiwan's technology advancement, and enhance Taiwan’s international competitiveness; the Ministry of Economy Affairs (MOEA) established the Science and Technology Advisors Office in 1979 in accordance with the Science and Technology Development Plan. In 1993, under the stipulation of Article 21 of the Organization Law enacted by the MOEA, this office was formally restructured and became known as the Department of Industrial Technology. This Department is primarily mandated to implement Technology Development Programs to consolidate the research capabilities and soft power from research institutes, industries and academia sectors to develop cutting edge, key and multidisciplinary industrial technologies.
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Major Reserch Institutes Partners of DoIT
Industrial Technology Research Intsitute (ITRI)
ITRI is one of the world’s leading R&D institutes, pioneering Taiwan’s industrial development since its inception in 1973. Through multi-disciplinary integration of technological innovation and emphasis on software, systems and services, ITRI has been focusing on the development of next generation technologies, including information and communications, electronics and optoelectronics, material, chemical and nanotechnology, medical device and ...
Institute for Information Industry (III)
With “Innovation, Compassion, and Effectiveness” as three dimensions and “Techno-cultural Synergy, Innovation Unbounded" as the vision that underlie its organizational culture, III has dedicated itself into developing key and advanced ICT technologies on various domains, such as Smart Living, Smart Commerce, 5G, IoT, Big Data, and information security. As a think tank and adviser, III assists Taiwan's government to establish a high quality ...
Development Center for Biotechnology (DCB)
The Development Center for Biotechnology (DCB) of Taiwan is a non-profit organization supported by the Department of Industrial Technology, Ministry of Economic Affairs. DCB’s objective is to advance Taiwan's biotech-pharma industry by building infrastructure, developing key technologies, and training talented workforces in coordination with government, industry, and academic institutions. DCB is dedicated to R&D in botanical drug products, pharmaceuticals, biologics ...
Food Industry Research and Development Institute (FIRDI)
Food Industry Research and Development Institute (FIRDI), established in 1965, is the most comprehensive food research institution in Taiwan. To construct FIRDI to become a navigator and the backup force for the active development of Taiwan’s food industry is the prospect of this institute. FIRDI is among the few research institutes with R&D capacity in both food and bioresource fields. Its Bioresource Collection ...
Taiwan Textile Research Institute (TTRI)
With its aim to become one of the world’s leading textile research institutes, TTRI focuses on the development of key textile materials, functional apparel and home textiles, high value-added technical textiles, environmental-friendly and energy-saving textile technologies, as well as textile testing and certification.
Metal Industries Research & Development Centre (MIRDC)
MIRDC aims to be one of world’s leading research institutes in metal technology. Through a strong multi-disciplinary integration of research efforts, MIRDC has been focusing on five major industries, including Metal Forming Technology, Automotive, Mold & Precision Machining, Medical Devices Technology and Healthcare, and other high value-added equipment.
Automotive Research & Testing Center (ARTC)
ARTC is committed to becoming “the pioneer of technical innovation & knowledge services for vehicle.” Backed by a large number of laboratories, ARTC is also capable of building up a global certification network in conjunction with European and US counterparts, providing one-stop services from R&D, design, manufacturing to certification to help Taiwan-made components compete in the global market while fostering the development of automotive industry.
Ship and Ocean Industries R&D Center (SOIC)
Ship and Ocean Industries R&D Center (SOIC), served as a ship designer and technical consultant, has performed and completed many projects and assignments for government and private agencies. Major functions of SOIC are categorized into ship designs, R&D projects, technical services that are applied to the development of naval architecture and marine technology under the support of the government. Continuous efforts will be placed on the ...