On November 20, at the Marriott Hotel in Warsaw, a Polish-Taiwanese scientific seminar was held. "Polish-Taiwanese seminar on electric and intelligent (autonomous) mobility" organized by the National Center for Research and Development and with cooperation the Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the Motor Transport Institute.
The topic of this year's event were issues related to electromobility and autonomous transport.
The event was opened by: Dr. Wojciech Kamieniecki, Director of the National Center for Research and Development and Mr. Yu-Han Tsou, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology of Taiwan. The meeting participants were also greeted by dr hab. Eng. Marcin Ślęzak, prof. ITS director of the Motor Transport Institute (scientific coordinator of the seminar on the Polish side), as well as Mr. Yeong-Har Wang, director of the National Applied Research Laboratories - NARLabs from Taiwan.
12 representatives of the world of science and business, including specialists from Motor Transport Institute, gave presentations during the seminar.
The program of the Taiwanese delegation's visit to Poland included meetings in individual scientific units, including the Motor Transport Institute.
At the Motor Transport Institute, delegations of researchers from Taiwan (together with representatives of the National Center for Research and Development) get acquainted with the profile of the Institute's activities and currently implemented projects and commitments. The meetings also covered talks about research carried out as part of electromobility and autonomous vehicle connections.
The guests also visited: Vehicle Control Station, Diagnostic and Service Processes Plant, Environmental Protection Center, laboratory hall, Material Testing Center and vehicle driving simulators (truck and passenger), belonging to the Transport Telematics Center.