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Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management On the Line
2017-04-02
  • Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    TWC’s Operation and Control Center of Advanced Water Drinking Plant (Photo courtesy of TaKaDu)
  • Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Amir Peleg, Founder and CEO of TaKaDu (Photo courtesy of TaKaDu)
  • Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    TWC’s water supply area (Photo courtesy of TaKaDu)
  • Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Three Screens (Data Analytics) (Photo courtesy of TaKaDu)
  • Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Taiwan Water Corporation works with TaKaDu to improve water network management

    Map View (Photo courtesy of TaKaDu)

Amir Peleg recently visited Taiwan and exchanged views with Taiwan Water Corporation (TWC) on water solution problem. Amir Peleg is the founder and CEO of TaKaDu, a global leader in Integrated Event Management solutions for the water industry. Amir Peleg said his company launched a pilot project with Taiwan Water Corporation (TWC) last year to improve the water network management and help save water resources.

 

Taiwan, with high precipitation, yet it ranks 18th in terms of water shortage among countries in the world, water delivery pipes leak 600 tons of water every year.

 

Ambassador Hubert Emmanuel from Saint Lucia talks about ICT cooperation with Taiwan

Ambassador Hubert Emmanuel from Saint Lucia talks about ICT cooperation with Taiwan

Ambassador Hubert Emmanuel from Saint Lucia talks about ICT cooperation with Taiwan

2017-10-01 01:00:00

In last week’s edition, the ambassador of Saint Lucia, Ambassador Hubert Emmanuel said agriculture is an important industry for Saint Lucia as tourism sector in Saint Lucia has been growing. Saint Lucia is self-sufficient in the production of many fruits and vegetables.

 

Ambassador Hubert Emmanuel said Taiwan Technical Mission has been working with the government of Saint Lucia to revolutionize ICT sector in Saint Lucia. ICT center was established and e-government system has been implemented including the police force and the health system. The project that will be completed by the end of 2018 is a GINet (Government Island-wide Network) which is another cooperative project between Taiwan and Saint Lucia allowing Wi-Fi connectivity across the island.

 

The economy of Saint Lucia depends on tourism and attracts around 350 thousand tourists every year. Ambassador Hubert Emmanuel said he hopes more Taiwanese will visit his beautiful country in the future and his government hopes to promote a package of tourism which includes some other famous resorts in the Bahamas and Barbados.

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