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【科技部新聞稿】國際夥伴南臺灣科技之旅 / International Partners Southern Taiwan S&T Tour

國際夥伴南臺灣科技之旅

日期:110年4月27日

發稿單位:科教發展及國際合作司

聯絡人:鄭慧娟研究員

電話:(02)2737-7472

E-mail:hccheng1@most.gov.tw

 

科技部今(27)日首次辦理「國際夥伴南臺灣科技之旅」活動,吳政忠部長邀請各國駐臺使節和駐臺商會代表參加,共有26國使節官員、8個國際商務協會執行長,超過100人共襄盛舉。此行由吳部長親自陪同參訪臺南沙崙智慧綠能科學城和南科高雄園區。吳部長希望,藉由此行,讓國際更瞭解臺灣在智慧科技、綠能科技、智慧醫療的前瞻成果及南部科學園區的發展前景,促動南臺灣在科技場域的國際能見度。

科技部目前已與41國及3個國際組織簽署119項合作協議文書,進行雙邊或多邊國際合作,以科技結盟全球,找出臺灣在國際科技場域的定位,傳達科技創造希望的過程,臺灣不會缺席。去(109)年12月於「臺美經濟繁榮夥伴對話」機制下由我國駐美代表處(TECRO)與美國在台協會(AIT)在華府簽署「臺美科學及技術合作協定」,指定執行機構為科技部與美國國務院,即為科技部深耕國際合作的重要里程碑。

自2016年起政府推動5+2產業創新及「數位經濟DIGI+」兩方案;2021年起,以前述方案為基礎,擴增推動6項主軸計畫(「健康大數據永續平台」、「臺灣資安卓越深耕」、「Beyond 5G衛星通訊」、「A世代半導體」及「雲世代產業數位轉型」及「先進網路建設」),落實蔡總統於2020就職演說提出的六大核心戰略產業,以打造自主供應鏈,重視產業應用價值(end-point)驅動、跨部會及跨領域結合,加速我國產業轉型升級,並維持與擴大領先優勢。

行政院「大南方、大發展—南臺灣發展計畫」正在推升南臺灣成為臺灣科技超群的關鍵拼圖。科技部透過南部科學園區,跨部會整合沙崙智慧綠能科學城及周邊大學研究機構,串聯產學研,形成一新的科技廊帶,未來將結合創新、生活、綠色等元素,打造半導體及5G應用等供應鏈聚落,吸引資安、綠能、健康等產業進駐,翻轉成為產業新藍海,發展大南方的科技廊帶,因應產業數位轉型,均衡南北發展。

臺南和高雄是我國南臺灣科技與人文融合的發展重鎮,臺南市長黃偉哲及高雄市羅達生副市長亦同行與使節訪團進行交流,介紹推動科技產業發展與投資機會。「國際夥伴南臺灣科技之旅」參訪行程包括:經濟部綠能科技示範場域、科技部資安暨智慧科技研發大樓、臺灣智駕測試實驗室自駕車體驗、南科高雄園區的財團法人電信技術中心以及南科生醫旗艦館。其中南部生醫聚落去年產值首度突破百億元,朝「精準健康」政策方向穩健發展,訪團亦參訪醫百科技、鐳鼎科技、東昕精密、睿生光電等四家生醫新創公司,一睹顱部手術導航系統、牙科數位專用設備、 X 光平板偵測器等臺灣智慧醫療的創新能量和產業鏈軟硬體整合的堅強實力。

吳部長表示,臺灣穩健成功的COVID-19防疫表現,並以Taiwan Can Help傳達臺灣為世界做出的貢獻,讓臺灣的國際能見度比過去任何時期都亮眼,且因掌握了5G和AI商機,以及半導體產品需求,三大科學園區產值首度突破臺幣3兆元。在後疫情時代,科技部將加速主動出擊投入前沿科技研發,攜手跨部會力量讓臺灣新創接軌國際;透過全方位的創新轉型打造新形態的科學園區,串接跨部會、公私跨域的資源,極大化國家整體的科技能量向外延伸,共同協力用科技力協助臺灣邁向2030「創新」、「包容」、「永續」的社會!

 

International Partners Southern Taiwan S&T Tour

 

On April 27, the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) hosted its first ever International Partners Southern Taiwan S&T Tour, led by Minister Tsung-Tsong Wu and participated by about 100 attendees including official envoys in Taiwan from 26 countries and representatives of eight chambers of commerce. The tour visited several prominent institutions in Tainan Shalun Smart Green Energy Science City and Southern Taiwan Science Park. Leading the tour, Minister Tsung-Tsong Wu hopes that the trip could increase the international visibility of Taiwan’s smart technology, advanced green technology and smart healthcare development, and thus to enhance tighter collaboration with global partners.

 

MOST currently has signed 119 agreements with 41 countries and 3 international organizations on bilateral or multilateral scientific and technological cooperation. The Ministry continues to identify Taiwan’s area of strength in scientific discovery and technological innovation to establish strategic partnerships with leading institutions and bodies around the world. One important milestone is the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation signed between Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO) and the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) under the framework of the Taiwan-US Economic Prosperity Partnership Dialogue. It paves the way for MOST and the U.S. Department of State to jointly create prosperity and benefits for both sides.

    Taiwan has been striving to become a smart country since 2016. In addition to the DIGI+: Digital Nation and Innovative Economic Development Program and the Five Plus Two Industry Innovation Plan. Furthermore, in 2021, the Executive Yuan launched six flagship projects on precision health, cyber security, satellites for 5G and beyond, semiconductors, industrial digital transformation, and cyber-infrastructure to promote the Six Core Strategic Industries mentioned in President Tsai’s inauguration speech in 2020. Through inter-ministerial and inter-disciplinary integration, the Ministry hopes to create a self-sustaining supply chain that is driven by demand to maintain Taiwan’s competitive advantages.

 

Under the Executive Yuan’s Great South, Great Development Policy, Southern Taiwan is transforming into the next R&D and innovation hub to drive the country’s science and technology supply chain forward. Through the Southern Science Park, the MOST will integrate the Shalun Smart Green Energy Science City and neighboring R&D institutions to form a new Southern Taiwan Technology Corridor. The MOST will dedicate in combining innovation, life, green and other elements to create semiconductors and 5G applications supply chains. Furthermore, the MOST is planning to attract green energy industries, cyber security and health industries into investment which can elevate southern Taiwanese industries and develop Southern Taiwan Technology Corridor. It will balance north-south development of Taiwan responding to the digital industrial transformation.

 

In southern Taiwan, Tainan and Kaohsiung stand an important status that integrate technology and humanities. During the tour, Mayor Wei-Che Huang of Tainan City and Deputy Mayor Ta-Sheng Lo of Kaohsiung City briefed the participants about the most current technological development and the Investment opportunities in their city. Visited institutions included Shalun Smart Green Energy Science City, MOST Cyber Security and Smart Technology R&D Building, Taiwan CAR Lab, Telecom Technology Building and iBiomed Flagship Hall of Southern Taiwan Science Park – Kaohsiung. Among the many innovation powerhouses, the overall output value of Southern Taiwan smart healthcare cluster has exceeded over NTD 10 billion for the first-time last year.

 

Four companies, including EPED Inc., Lightmed Dental Technology Corporation, Toshin Precision Technology Co., Ltd, and InnoCare Optoeletronics Corporation, setup interactive exhibitions in the iBiomed Flagship Hall. Advanced technologies, such as cranial surgery navigation system, digitalized dental equipment and X-ray flat panel detector were demonstrated to showcase Taiwan’s innovative power and strong capability of sustainable S&T ecosystem.

 

     According the Minister Wu, during the Covid-19 pandemic, Taiwan was not only a success story but also showed the world that “Taiwan Can Help!” The total output values of the three science parks had exceeded over NTD 3 trillion dollars last year. The unprecedented number is the result of Taiwan’s outstanding pandemic prevention where the country was able to leverage the global demands on 5G, AI, and semiconductor technologies. MOST will dedicate itself to making Taiwan an example of an innovative country, inclusive society and sustainable environment with all international partners in accordance the Vision 2030.

 

 

Media Contact

Program Director

Hui-Chuan CHENG

Department of International Cooperation and Science Education

Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST)

Tel: +886-2-2737-7472,

Fax: +886-2-2737-7607

E-mail: hccheng1@most.gov.tw

 

更新日期 : 2021/04/30