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Our Mission
Established by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) in 1979, the Department of Industrial Technology (DoIT) is committed to advancing industrial technologies in Taiwan with local and global partners. DoIT is primarily mandated to implement Technology Development Programs (TDPs) to consolidate the research capabilities and soft power of research institutes, industries and academia sectors to develop cutting-edge, crucial and multidisciplinary industrial technologies. DoIT also facilitates the creation of an innovation ecosystem that links industry, academia and research institutes to strengthen the nation’s industrial development capabilities and accelerate the nation’s industrial upgrading and value creation.
Open New Window for ,2019 International Symposia on VLSI
The 2019 International Symposium on VLSI Technology, Systems and Applications (2019 VLSI-TSA) will be held on April 22-25, 2019 at the Ambassador Hotel Hsinchu,Taiwan. Organized by Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and technically co-sponsored by IEEE, VLSI-TSA is proud to create an annual platform for technical exchanges by experts from all over the world on the advancements in semiconductor research, development, and manufacturing.
Open New Window for ,2019 TAIPEI CYCLE
As one of the most important international bicycle shows, the 32nd Taipei Cycle will take place from March 27-30, as it continues to promote the development of smart cycling. In cooperation with Nangang's Exhibition Center, this year Taipei Cycle will accommodate approximately 1,115 domestic and foreign companies expecting to set up 3,250 booths. Along with the concurrently held Taipei International Sporting Goods Show (TaiSPO), the exhibitions are expected to host 4,600 booths, making this event the largest of its kind in Asia. In view of the anticipated opening of Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 2, starting from 2019, the event organizer, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), will build Hall 2 a bicycle component themed show hall. The exhibition will include the participation of KENDA, KMC International, Novatec and other important companies within the bicycle-component manufacturing industry. A total of 607 manufacturers will use 1,950 booths. The entire exhibition will showcase the strong development of the bicycle components industry in Taiwan.
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Technology Development Programs
TDP for Nonprofit Research Organization
TDP for Industry
TDP for Academia
Major Reserch Institutes Partners of DoIT
Industrial Technology Research Intsitute (ITRI)
ITRI, one of the world’s leading technology R&D institutions, has been pioneering industrial development since 1973. Through its branches across the world, ITRI has incubated more than 270 innovative companies.
Institute for Information Industry (III)
As a government think-tank, III promotes public policies that enhance the ICT industry and facilitate the development of the digital economy. III also encourages emerging industries, such as the digital content and cultural and creative industries, to promote trends of social innovation and entrepreneurships.
Development Center for Biotechnology (DCB)
DCB is dedicated to R&D in botanical drug products, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and innovative and explorative research in the preclinical stage of development and setting top priorities for attaining Investigational New Drug approvals by domestic and foreign regulatory agencies.
Food Industry Research and Development Institute (FIRDI)
FIRDI is one of the most comprehensive food research institutes in Taiwan. FIRDC strives to improve the sanitation and quality of processed foods. Its Bioresource Collection and Research Center is deemed the most comprehensive bioresource center in Asia.
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, environmentally-friendly and energy-saving textile technologies, as well as textile testing and certification.
Metal Industries Research & Development Centre (MIRDC)
MIRDC continuously develops leading technologies in metal and related areas such as Forming, Automotive, Mold & Precision Machining, Medical Device Technology and Healthcare.
Open New Window for Automotive Research & Testing Center (ARTC)
Backed by a large number of laboratories, ARTC has disposes of 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.
Open New Window for Ship and Ocean Industries R&D Center (SOIC)
SOIC supports the development of Taiwan’s marine industry, applying its R&D achievements to marine engineering planning, ship and ocean platform design, technical services, and knowledge integration services.