Innovative Technologies

During the Meeting of the Group of Friends on Digital Technologies held in 2019, António Guterres, the Secretary General of the UN, expressed that “new technologies, and particularly digital technologies, are already having a major impact on the world, affecting all our work on international peace and security, sustainable development and human rights.” Heading towards the 4th industrial revolution, corporations can achieve sustainability goals using digital technologies while establishing profit and sustainable competitiveness.

“Striving to create infinite possibilities through the introduction of innovative technologies.“

In recent years, ASUS has invested in the development of AIoT-related technology and applications, which has made us one of the very few corporations with key software and hardware technologies in cloud software, AI systems, IoT solutions and services. We have integrated these technologies to create a range of solutions, and we continue to work with partners in the public and private sectors to make environmental and social contributions through technology to build a better future.

AI-Assisted Workplace Safety

ASUS designs AI models that analyze employee work environments and equipment status in to monitor certain aspects of operations with the goal of ensuring safe work conditions. Unknown safety hazards and human operation errors are the two main causes of accidents. Through the active protection provided by AI, we are working to create a safer workplace.

AI-Assisted Production

The introduction of AI learning can improve accuracy of yield rates and also reduce labor costs. ASUS plans to use AI-assisted data analysis across the supply chain to solve problems and to further improve overall product quality.

AI Healthcare

An aging population is a social phenomenon currently seen around the world, and it is accompanied by increasing cases of chronic diseases. With the rapid increase of medical insurance expenditures in many countries, maintaining frontline healthcare and effective management of expenditures has become a big challenge for modern medical systems. The 2018 World Health Assembly determined that digital technology can play an important role in improving public health and recommended that countries around the world develop and expand the use of digital healthcare as a way of promoting sustainability.

ASUS promotes AI healthcare by adopting innovative technologies and integrating software and hardware. For healthcare systems that mainly provide diagnosis and treatment to more comprehensive ecosystems offering preventive medicine, quick screenings, disease care and development of physical and mental functions, we are able to provide effective health testing and comprehensive management solutions to address the challenges associated with aging populations.

Medical Internet

Wearable devices monitor and record heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and other data as well as provide sleep management and fitness and health programs to help users manage their health. Big data platforms can link with AI medical devices, enabling users to share their physiological status with medical institutions and receive telemedicine and health management services, and help hospitals develop precision medicine.

Artificial Intelligence Digital Diagnosis

Artificial intelligence digital diagnosis is a technology that integrates medical devices with automatic reporting systems to help medical personnel conduct effective diagnoses of illnesses. ASUS has already used this technology to introduce ultrasound quick screening and, in the future, will create a heart sound database to help with the diagnosis of heart disease.

Medical Data Platform

ASUS has collaborated with Clinerion, a Swiss medical data firm, to help manage big data used in clinical trials. The data from domestic hospitals can connect to international clinical trials immediately, which may help to accelerate the development of new drugs and improve success rates. This collaborative effort highlight how ASUS is helping to advance Taiwan's role as a healthcare data solutions leader.