Global Cooperation

ARTC assembled eight manufacturers including Elan, AUO, and CMC to form the "Automotive AI Imaging Chip and Smart Cockpit Display Module Industry Alliance"

2022.03
ARTC assembled eight manufacturers including Elan, AUO, and CMC to form the "Automotive AI Imaging Chip and Smart Cockpit Display Module Industry Alliance"
ARTC organized the "Automotive AI Imaging Chip and Smart Cockpit Display Module Industry Alliance", and jointly signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish domestic autonomous vehicle IC display technology capabilities and independent technology for the smart cockpit industry; the alliance supply chain manufacturers invited Eight upstream, midstream and downstream suppliers, including Elan Microelectronics, AUO, Chimei Motor Electronics, CMC, RAC Eletric Vehicles, Master Transportation Bus Manufacturing, Tron Energy Technology, and Silicon Application, participated in the development of the image sensor chip in line with the international automotive industry. ADAS application modules and systems, in accordance with the smart cockpit requirements of electric vehicle manufacturers, combined with the AI technology for sensing inside and outside the cabin, to create key technologies for vehicle intelligence.

The pioneer in the world: ARTC’s EMC Lab has accredited by both GM and Ford in the test field of EV components.

MOEA Showcases 25 Eye-catching Exhibit Highlights in Major Auto-parts Show in Taiwan

MOTC Breaks Ground for Taiwan’s NCAP Laboratory at ARTC Campus

2021.07
The pioneer in the world: ARTC’s EMC Lab has accredited by both GM and Ford in the test field of EV components.
In response to the global trends in electric vehicles, ARTC’s Electro-Magnetic Compatibility(EMC) Laboratory has accredited by both GM and Ford in the test field of EV components for total 26 items and been the first in the world. It will assist domestic electrical/electronic manufacturers to expand into the international supply chain.
2021.04
MOEA Showcases 25 Eye-catching Exhibit Highlights in Major Auto-parts Show in Taiwan
The mTARC (Mobility Taiwan Automotive Research Consortium) Pavilion, under the theme of "Smart Alliance, Shared Future", showcases a total of 25 eye-catching R&D achievements in Taiwan most-leading auto-parts twin-shows, TAIPEI AMPA (Taipei Int’l Automobile & Motorcycle Parts & Accessories Show) and AUTOTRONICS TAIPEI (Taipei Int’l Automobile Electronics Show) 2021, held from April 14-17 in Taipei, capital of the island.
2021.01
MOTC Breaks Ground for Taiwan’s NCAP Laboratory at ARTC Campus
The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) broke ground for a pedestrian safety protection laboratory building, part of the ministry’s move to build-up the Taiwan New Car Assessment Program(T-NCAP), on January 22th.

MOTC Minister Lin Chia-lung witnessed the ceremony at Automotive Research & Testing Center (ARTC)’s campus in central Taiwan, where 12 related test techniques and the laboratory building will be established to parallel the island’s new-car safety assessment and verification capability with international standards.

Won the Taiwan Innovation Technology Expo Invention Competition One Silver and One Copper Award

WinBus trial run in LuKang -- the first approved case of Unmanned Vehicles Technology Innovative Experimentation Act.

2020.09
Won the Taiwan Innovation Technology Expo Invention Competition One Silver and One Copper Award
The two innovative technologies developed by ARTC, "Target Intention Predicting System" and "Multi-sensor Fusion Object Detection System", respectively won one sliver and one copper award at the Taiwan Innovation Technology Expo Invention Competition.
2020.03
WinBus trial run in LuKang -- the first approved case of Unmanned Vehicles Technology Innovative Experimentation Act.
ARTC and Kingwaytek Technology Co., Ltd successfully passed the Ministry of Economic Affairs' "Unmanned Vehicles Technology Innovative Experimentation Act", and obtain the first test license of the self-driving sandbox operation. WinBus has launched the first trail run on May. 20th, 2020. It will conduct one-year experimental autonomous vehicle operations for famous sightseeing routes in LuKang.

Autonomous Vehicle Experience – the WinBus of ARTC

ARTC has unveiled Taiwan's first domestically developed driverless E-bus,WinBus

mTARC Showcases Latest Autonomous-driving Technologies

Outstanding Innovation Award for Academic and Research Institutions

President Tsai’s Test-ride on an ARTC-developed Autonomous Vehicle during the Opening of Taiwan CAR Lab

2019.09
Autonomous Vehicle Experience – the WinBus of ARTC
On Sep. 24th, 2019, for the first autonomous vehicle sandbox testing in Changpin Industrial Park in Lukang, the Administrative Deputy of Minister of Economic Affairs(MOEA) Wang Mei-Hua was the witness of the MOU signed between ARTC, Changhua County Government and Kingwaytek Technology Co.,Ltd..
Afterwards, The participants of the Autonomous Vehicle Experience, including the Administrative Deputy Wang, the Department of Industrial Technology of MOEA, the head of Changhua Country Wang Hui-Mei, members of the Legislative Yuan, manufacturers, and other nearly 100 VIP, were invited for opening the first flight of self-driving sightseeing by WinBus from ARTC to Timingjump Glass Museum.
2019.08
ARTC has unveiled Taiwan's first domestically developed driverless E-bus,WinBus
Shen Jong-Chin, Minister of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), and VIPs witness the unveiling of the high-tech autonomous transportation vehicle, which was developed by ARTC in cooperation with Taiwan autonomous-vehicle supply-chain, under the sponsorship of Department of Industrial Technology (DoIT), MOEA.
2019.04
mTARC Showcases Latest Autonomous-driving Technologies
mTARC showcased a total of 23 R&D achievements in ACES (Automated, Connected, Electrified & Serviced)-related fields; during the 2019 TAIPEI AMPA/Autotronics Taipei show (Taiwan, April 2019).
2019.04
Outstanding Innovation Award for Academic and Research Institutions
ARTC once again granted the Outstanding Innovation Award for Academic and Research Institutions, from 6th National Innovation Award by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), following 2011 and 2013.
2019.02
President Tsai’s Test-ride on an ARTC-developed Autonomous Vehicle during the Opening of Taiwan CAR Lab
ARTC helped MOST establish the Taiwan CAR (Connected, Autonomous, Road-test) Lab in Shalun Smart Green Energy Science City, Tainan City; setting up Taiwan’s first closed field test facilities and equipment to support the development, tuning, and evaluation of self-driving vehicles. Taiwan CAR Lab was inaugurated on Feb. 25, 2019, when President Tsai Ing-wen took a tour on the ARTC-developed self-driving vehicle (sponsored by DoIT), giving high praises.

FAA Acceptance Latter

2017.02
FAA Acceptance Latter
ARTC received FAA Acceptance Latter for airplane seat dynamic testing by FAA, USA (Federal Aviation Administration).

MOU with Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI)

2016.07
MOU with Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI)
Automotive Research Testing Center (ARTC) and Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to extend the two sides' cooperation in the field of Automotive Testing and Industrial Information.

MOU with SMVIC (Shanghai Motor Vehicle Inspection Center)

MOU signed with University of Michigan

2014.07
MOU with SMVIC (Shanghai Motor Vehicle Inspection Center)
ARTC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SMVIC (Shanghai Motor Vehicle Inspection Center) to enhance cross-strait cooperation in automotive standardization, testing and certification.
2014.09
MOU signed with University of Michigan
ARTC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Vehicle Dynamic Laboratory at University of Michigan, USA, to enhance the cooperation in Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication and autonomous driving technology testing platform.

MOU with UTAC

EV safety test E/e-mark certification from TÜV SÜD Germany

2012.03
MOU with UTAC
ARTC and UTAC (The Union Technique de l'Automobile du motocycle et du Cycle) signed a cooperation memorandum. Both parties vowed to deliver their best in conducting a harmonized technical effort in the field of electric vehicle testing technologies and standards development to enhance the cooperation between Taiwanese and French.
2012.09
EV safety test E/e-mark certification from TÜV SÜD Germany
ARTC was accredited by TÜV SÜD Germany for the EV safety test E/e-mark certification, which will provide the EV industry with the most convenient and fast channel to certification on the European market.

MOU with UL

2011.03
MOU with UL
ARTC and UL signed a MOU for Electrical Vehicle (EV) testing technology cooperation. Both parties undertook to cooperate on EV's standards and technical testing services to contribute to the development of the Taiwanese industry in the global market.
2007
Accredited by GM, Ford and Chrysler.
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Laboratory was accredited by GM, Ford and Chrysler.

Cooperation with IDIADA

2002
Cooperation with IDIADA
Signed a cooperation contract with IDIADA to provide an international certified channel for the industry.

Collaborated with TÜV Rhineland in Germany and AMECA

Collaborated with TÜV NORD

1994
Collaborated with TÜV Rhineland in Germany and AMECA
Collaborated with TÜV Rhineland in Germany and AMECA in US to develop certification testing of automotive components for export.

1998
Collaborated with TÜV NORD
Collaborated with TÜV NORD in Germany for testing certification of motorcycle products.

Back List