Taiwan Water Corp. and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) signed a letter of intent in Taipei on April 25 to cooperate on providing the Southeast Asia market with a technical solution that improves water supply, delivery and sewage treatment.
The institute's latest water technology utilizes the artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) and techniques in water treatment to monitor and improve water quality as well as detect and prevent leaks.
The solution tackles each stage of the water production, usage and recycling process, and, according to Taiwan Water Chairman Kuo Chun-ming, is a much needed technology.
Kuo said there are innumerable business opportunities in India alone, adding that many of the resort islands in Southeast Asia will also be able to operate more efficiently with this technology.
A delegation from the Asian Development Bank is scheduled to visit Taiwan Water on May 11, the chairman said, when the company will showcase its technology and solutions.
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Source: Focus Taiwan