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Taipei Cycle Show To Reflect Taiwan’s Industry Focus on E-Bikes

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TAIPEI, Taiwan – That Taiwan is preparing for a take-over of China’s role as Europe’s biggest supplier of e-bikes, will be strongly reflected at the upcoming Taipei Cycle Show. At a recently held press conference on the 2018 edition of this show, projections were made on the course of the bicycle industry for the next years. It’s all about smart e-bikes.

Taipei Cycle Show To Reflect Taiwan’s Industry Focus on E-Bikes
Upcoming Taipei Show will reflect that Taiwan is preparing for a take-over of China’s role as Europe’s biggest supplier of e-bikes. – Photo Bike Europe

The 2018 Taipei Cycle Show, taking place from 31 October – 3 November, is “To propel the bicycle industry in Taiwan and globally into a new era, by systematically introducing intelligent applications into products and production processes.”

IoT, Big Data & digitization

Organizer Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) says on the upcoming show in Taipei “With the Internet of Things (IoT) to Big Data, digitization transforms industries and daily lives. Cycling may be shared on social media and rider safety may be monitored real-time, with smart upgrades via connected mobile devices and software. Taiwan bicycle industry is becoming even more efficient in manufacturing with Industry 4.0 process improvements.”

Taipei Cycle Plus

This year’s Show will feature Taipei Cycle Plus. Here visitors will get a close-up view of innovations that incorporate intelligent technology. Taipei Cycle Plus is simultaneously held in the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Exhibition Hall 3, from October 31 to November 3. From start-ups to new ventures of more established companies, including Bryton (GPS cycling computers), Shutter Precision (power generating hubs), MPS ENERGY (e-bike battery packs, ACER Group), are displaying here as companies that lead the way forward by bringing cycling and information hardware and software together.

Demo Day and Forums

International forums on e-bike market under the larger transportation framework, on digital marketing and on bicycle travel will be held in conjunction with Taipei Cycle 2018. Demo Day will return to the Hua Zhung Campsite one day before the Show opens, on October 30. Application for participation in the Demo Day is still open to exhibitors interested in offering visitors the opportunity to test ride.

In 2019, with the opening of TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall 2, Taipei Cycle will further expand, to an estimate of 4,500 booths. More at www.taipeicycle.com.tw.

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