2021 Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei to Open this Week

Article By : Stephen Las Marias

The 2021 Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei physical trade shows will open this week (April 14–17), extending the hot start by the virtual AMPA Online to the showground.

The 2021 Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei physical trade shows will open this week (April 14–17), extending the hot start by the virtual AMPA Online to the showground.

The four-day in-person event will feature nearly 400 exhibitors showcasing thousands of latest products and technologies for the automotive industry.

AMPA has garnered extra interest from exhibitors in Taiwan and the world. Nan Hoang, Bao Ruh, Caravision, and Gamela are among the domestic exhibitors, while Thailand’s national petroleum corporation PTT Oil, Slovenia’s Mahle, Germany’s Rohde & Schwarz, and Japan’s EMU represent the key international exhibitors at this year’s event. Buyers from Toyota, Yamaha, TSMC, ASE Group, and HAITEC, to name a few, are among those who have already registered to visit the showground and join the online procurement meeting sessions.

AMPA is bringing the trade show to newer heights. Foxconn, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, and more will share their latest findings at the many different forums and seminars during the exhibition, while top auto industry blogger appearances and motorcycle fashion shows offer visitors an opportunity to see the expo in a more relaxed environment.

While the 2021 Taipei AMPA is open to all, immigration and quarantine regulations have limited the ability for international visitors to attend in person. Those interested in attending can sign up for the virtual AMPA Online show (www.ampaonline.com.tw) to take part in the showground proceedings.

Nitin Dahad

Live Streaming

The 2021 Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei will also feature two live streaming events discussing the future trends in electric vehicles (EV) and the technology and applications of Internet of Vehicles (IoV).

On April 14, Taipei AMPA will feature the “IoV Technology & Applications Roundtable”. The live stream event will be moderated by EE Times Editor Nitin Dahad, and will feature the following panelists:

  • Gabriel Chou, Deputy Director of Product Marketing at Macronix
  • Eric Yu, General Manager of Business Line Connectivity, Service Division Product Testing, DEKRA
  • David Yeh, Senior Manager of Asia Pacific Business Development, Clock Product Division, Silicon Labs
  • Cathy Yeh, Principal PM Group Manager, Azure IoT Engineering Group, Microsoft
  • Kai Chiu, Vice President, Hotai Connected

The IoV Technology and Applications Roundtable will be streamed live (English) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNURnu42ZF8.

For the For Chinese version, visit https://youtu.be/AdO249TAhKw​.

Judith Cheng

Meanwhile, the “EV Future Trends Roundtable” will be held on April 16 and will be moderated by Judith Cheng, Chief Editor for EE Times and EDN Taiwan/Asia. Panelists include:

  • Bo-Chiuan Chen of the NTUT Department of Vehicle Engineering
  • Jim Chen, VP of New Technology Development, Phihong Technology
  • Tinsley Kuo, Director of Applications Engineering, Imagination Technologies
  • Tony Liu, Senior Manager, Cree/Wolfspeed
  • Ting-Fa Wu (Jeffery Wu), Master Transportation Bus Manufacturing Ltd

The EV Future Trends Roundtable will be streamed live (English) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRiSYUxKLLU.

For the Chinese version, visit https://youtu.be/jsQ_R8IWyaY​.


Stephen Las Marias is the editor of EETimes Asia. He can be reached at stephen.lasmarias@aspencore.com.


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