Another report, World Digital Competitiveness Ranking, is published every year at the end of September. The data cited in this article are these two studies. Also because technology is closely related to national development, what technologies are Taiwan's unknown advantages? Or are there areas where the industry can invest heavily in the future? We have identified four of the technologies that are most relevant to the Smart Nation, showing that Taiwan has strong technological energy. Perhaps you have benefited from it, or you may be able to find opportunities for development from it. Key technologies 1. Multi-dimensional communication integrating sea, land and air Diagram_2_1 With the gradual expansion of the national management scope, the communication scope is diverse and interrelated, and related technologies
such as low-orbit satellites, 5G communications, submarine cables, etc., form an interlocking multi-dimensional communication network. A closer look at the 2021 IMD report shows that Taiwan ranks first in the world in the indicator of "the proportion of mobile raster to vector conversion broadband users". It is obvious that Taiwan's investment and penetration rate in telecommunications infrastructure is in a leading position in the world. In particular, 5G/6G related technologies will play a pivotal role in multi-dimensional communications in the future. The reason is that the value chain derived from 5G is quite extensive, including chips, modules, terminals, edges, systems, and application services.
A complete ecosystem can be formed. In order to strengthen the independent technology and supply chain of Taiwan's 5G private network, since 2018, the 5G Industry Development Alliance, the 5G Vertical Application Alliance, and the 5G Open Networking platform have been established successively, and the 5G national team has gradually formed. In addition to taking 5G leading countries as a strategic goal, when innovative technologies are implemented, they can bring huge business opportunities. According to the estimates of the Industrial Technology Research Institute, adding up key products, modules, and components such as 5G small cells, edge computing, and network virtualization,