When anyone asks me to sum up Taipei AMPA/AutoTronics, I usually say this: I could build an entire vehicle from the components and systems here.
I’m spending the week in Taipei, getting an inside look at the companies shaping the automotive industry globally. The addition of 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan brings electric and autonomous vehicle technologies and components together with an already well-established show, Taipei AMPA, that will celebrate its 40th birthday in 2024.
With the rise of electric vehicles (EVs), it’s no wonder that the show has become a hub for advancements in the field.
At the heart of the event, a recurring theme emerges: collaboration. As the automotive industry shifts towards electrification, companies must work together to create a comprehensive ecosystem that supports the development and production of EVs. This collaborative spirit is palpable at the Taipei AMPA/ AutoTronics and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan, as businesses large and small contribute their unique expertise to shape the future of transportation.
One company that caught my attention this year was Foxconn, a Taiwanese multinational electronics manufacturer. Best known for their role in assembling iPhones, Foxconn has recently expanded its operations into the EV market. The vehicle models I saw in their booth could easily be envisioned on American roads.
I’ll have more on the show when I return.
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