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3 startup teams win 2021 Qualcomm Innovate in Taiwan Challenge

Qualcomm announces Qualcomm Innovate in Taiwan Challenge (QITC) results for 2021, with NUWA Robotics winning the championship title and a check for $125,000, while Heroic-Faith and AVILON took second and third place, winning $100,000 and $75,000 respectively .

ST Liew, president and VP of Qualcomm Taiwan and Southeast Asia, said the startups in this year’s Qualcomm Innovate in Taiwan Challenge impressed him by using 5G, AI and IoT technologies to create innovative products or services. supplying for med-tech, smart city, drones, robotics and digital transformation solutions. “With the deepening of 5G commercialization, we are seeing an accelerated digital transformation in businesses, connecting more smart edge devices to the cloud, and the startups have demonstrated their mastery of technologies and competitiveness in the market this year.”

NUWA Robotics is a startup that provides software and hardware integration for companion robots and related applications. With the technology support of Qualcomm and the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 platform, NUWA won first prize by upgrading its robot, which now has capabilities such as 5G connectivity, artificial intelligence at the edge, machine learning, heterogeneous computing and smart sensors. The mobile service robot can provide highly customized services and hardware-software integrated solutions to customers in different domains with different needs, which are considered by the jury as market potential for 5G services.

Heroic-Faith is a start-up medical technology company focused on the development of intensive care and respiratory monitoring. They are developing a “real-time respiratory listening monitor” that converts breath sounds into digital data that can be used for anesthesia breath monitoring, respiratory arrest identification, and other situations. During the seven-month QITC development program, Heroic-Faith used Qualcomm’s 5G mobile platform to enhance its “real-time respiratory listening monitor”. AI will identify and track the patients’ situation and notify the doctor regardless of clinics, operations or remote communication. Qualcomm’s press release said it represents an important innovative application for telemedicine and medical technology.

AVILON, the runner-up, provides autonomous drones (UAV) and fleet management solutions for the automation of drone system applications in various industries. The team has successfully used the Qualcomm Flight RB5 5G platform to enhance the commercialization and industrialization value of the product by adding indoor localization, route planning and obstacle avoidance functions to perform autonomous navigation in buildings. Their drones can also land accurately and deliver details of monitored details in clear 4K video streaming over 5G communications. It is useful to expand the commercial use of drone services, such as factory inspection and warehouse management.

This is Qualcomm’s third year hosting its QITC competition in Taiwan. Under the direction of the Ministry of Technology, Qualcomm partnered with Taiwan Tech Arena to kick off the event in January 2021, attracting more than 120 teams to sign up for the competition. Ten teams were nominated for the final round in May; each received a $10,000 prize for entering the final competition and participating in the seven-month incubator program. Qualcomm provided the ten shortlisted teams with technical support and engineering resources for their product development processes, as well as incentives for patent applications. They also organized workshops on the topics of intellectual property protection and business strategies, to sharpen the business acumen of aspiring entrepreneurs.

Since launching QITC in 2019 and Qualcomm Taiwan Innovation Center to provide proprietary labs and support in 2020, Qualcomm has successfully incubated 29 startups in Taiwan so far.

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