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Delta’s Industrial Automation Business Group (IABG) and the Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering (CSIE), National Central University (NCU), just announced the inauguration of the Delta Machine Vision Research Center. The new research center, donated by Delta’s IABG, will be used for the joint research and development of 3D sensing and depth perception technologies by Delta’s engineers and NCU’s CSIE teams. The IABG’s General Manager Mr. Andy Liu and NCU President Mr. Jing-Yang Jou attended the inauguration ceremony to celebrate the cooperation of the two parties.
Mr. Andy Liu, the general manager of the IABG, said, “With the growing trend towards smart manufacturing, machines, equipment, production lines in factories, and even the factory itself, need to be upgraded to become smarter and more competitive. The products and technologies for sensing and detection are more valuable than ever. The NCU is highly professional in the field of vision detection with excellent professors and students, who have excelled in several international competitions with their outstanding image processing technologies. We are working with the best talents on more advanced technologies to enhance competency and R&D capabilities.” He pointed out that the students who were participating in this R&D project at the Delta Machine Vision Research Center were gaining great potential for their future careers. Mr. Jing-Yang Jou expressed his high regard for this project and thanked Delta’s generosity in his speech. “We are honored to cooperate with Taiwan’s leading companies such as Delta. To our students, this cooperation will bring great opportunities for not only their studies in the university but also their future of working in Taiwan and overseas companies,” said President Jou. “We have observed a manpower shortage in Taiwan for quite some time, and started recruiting foreign students years ago. This cooperation with Delta allows our students from Taiwan and other countries to have direct contact or work with experts in the industry. This will help them to become familiar with the industry, and it will serve as an important experience for their future careers.” To enhance its automation technology and nurture professional talent, Delta has been cooperating with well-known domestic and overseas universities and colleges for innovative research and development. In 2011, Delta set up a joint research center with the NCU and focused on the development of power electronics, optical imaging and display technology, electric vehicles, and medical treatment. The inauguration of the Delta Machine Vision Research Center represents a further cooperation between the two parties in the field of automation and smart manufacturing.
The IABG GM Mr. Andy Liu (3rd from right) and NCU President Mr. Jing-Yang Jou (4th from left) unveiled the Delta Machine Vision Research Center
Mr. Andy Liu, the IABG GM, pointed out that the establishment of the Delta Machine Vision Research Center would enhance technology development and narrow the gap between students and the industry
NCU President Mr. Jing-Yang Jou thought highly of this project and thanked Delta’s generosity in his speech
NCU President Mr. Jing-Yang Jou (right) presents a certificate of appreciation to IABG GM Mr. Andy Liu
The representatives joined the inauguration ceremony to celebrate the cooperation between Delta and NCU
President Jou (2nd from left) accompanies IABG GM Andy Liu (3rd from left) to see research results of the project owner
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