Taipei City Government
As the capital of Taiwan, Taipei is not only the political, economic, and cultural center, but also a global leader in smart city development. Taipei actively promotes smart city initiatives by integrating technological innovation into various aspects of urban development and creating a "service-oriented government" to continuously enhance residents' quality of life, making the city more livable and sustainable.
Public-private partnership is an important concept in Taipei's smart city development strategy, taking the government as a platform, Taipei City as a living lab, committed to creating "the largest and most friendly smart city test bed in Taiwan," allowing the government and private sectors to work together to advance urban innovation and promote industry transformation and upgrading.
Taipei's smart city construction and urban innovation experience have gained high praise and recognition from the international community. Taipei actively participates in international exchanges and promotes cross-city and industry cooperation through interaction with cities worldwide.
Train Supervision Information System
TSIS (Train Supervision Information System) 2.0 is a solution that combines IoT, edge computing, and wireless transmission technologies to issue preemptive warnings of potential faults to the Operation Control Center (OCC), reducing the probability of failures on the mainline.
In the event of a malfunction, TSIS 2.0 also sends out alarms and immediately launches relevant troubleshooting guidelines in order to quickly and effectively resolve the issue. Additionally, it constructs a big data analytics model to aid maintenance staff in monitoring equipment health trends, which can in turn be used to establish a predictive maintenance plan based on the condition of parts.