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2020 Taipei Cycle and TaiSPO to Go 3D Virtual in May
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and state level lockdowns in place worldwide, most major gatherings and exhibitions have been rescheduled to later dates.
To facilitate businesses in acquiring the latest info and conduct business when social distancing measures are being implemented, the upcoming May 2020 TAIPEI CYCLE and TaiSPO will, for the first time ever, be transformed into 3D virtual exhibitions that will remain open online for one entire year till May 2021.
The highlights of this year’s Taipei Cycle will be the Innovation Design Award Winners (Taipei Cycle d&i awards) online showcase. Meanwhile, TaiSPO will be presenting an All Star Award Winners showcase. In addition to seeing all of the award-winning products in detailed VR 360° view, the visitors can also reach out to the manufacturers or designers directly online.
Across the industries, digital transformations are becoming the mainstream trend. To survive intense competition, almost all industries must find growth where new innovations thrive. Take the MICE industry for example, virtual exhibitions can offer the freedom, time and space that are beyond compare with respect to physical exhibitions.
Since the onset of the pandemic, more and more businesses have been going online or even replacing their offline operations with e-commerce entirely. And more businesses will be embracing new technologies such as AI and IoT, and soon 5G, than ever before. These phenomena are expected to be accelerated in the coming months.
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***As of today, March 31, the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in more than 763,000 confirmed cases worldwide. As of writing, a total of 322 confirmed cases were reported in Taiwan, with 276 imported cases, 5 deceased cases, 39 cases released from isolation, and the remainder hospitalized in stable condition. See the latest update: https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En