OSENSE Technology Co., Ltd.
OSENSE Technology has focused on artificial intelligence technology of spatial recognition and set up a subsidiary company called "VBIP Japan" in Tokyo to develop the technology further for empowering the big, public spaces (sports stadiums, exhibition centers, international airports, and transit hubs, etc) and exploiting next-generation Smart Space solutions.
OSENSE was the only Taiwan company listed on "In Search of a Next Google, 100 Companies will change the world" by Nikkei Business and invested by the National Development Fund owned by the Executive Yuan in Taiwan in 2019.
OSENSE demonstrated the augmented reality show in Opening Round series of 2019 WBSC Premier12, an international championship featuring the 12 highest-ranked national teams in the world, at Taichung Intercontinental Baseball Stadium, attracting millions of fans worldwide to watch on TV and integrated AIoT and 5G infrastructure to enhance fans' experience even further through Smart Stadium solutions.
Non-Optical Detection System（NODS）
NODS is a non-contact and non-optical sensing device developed exclusively by OSENSE. It uses mmWave to detect the distance, speed and angle of objects, supplemented by an independently developed algorithm to sense the number, posture and movement of objects. Due to NODS' non-optical detection characteristics, it can be applied to fields with low light sources, such as fire scenes or dim parking lots, as well as fields that attach importance to privacy, such as toilets or nursing homes.