Webinar on Jun 24: Online Business Matching for Epidemic Prevention – Smart Products and Technology (2)

Webinar Information:

Topic 1: Response to COVID-19 with Non-Invasive Fiber Optic Physiological Monitoring Technology (nFOPT® ) & Its Smart Care System

Speaker’s Biography:

Ms. Yang Shu-Chen

CEO of Huijia Health,

Hsinchu Biomedical Science Park Incubation Center

Shu-Chen Yang is the founder of Huijia Health Life Technology and Master of National Chiao Tung University. She led the team to develop Non-invasive Fiber Optic Physiological Monitoring Technology (nFOPT®). nFOPT® and Smart Care System was developed by the inspiration of a premature 680g baby in her family and her father with stroke. The calling of making this technology comes true to help to change the world. Helping more than 250 care centers, 50,000 elderly and babies, and growing up. nFOPT® won the famous international awards- 2019 ECI Awards (Grand ECI), 2017 R&D 100 Awards, and 2016 APICTA Awards.


Huijia has a non-invasive monitoring system-Smart Care System based on nFOPT® technology that can accurately and instantaneously track various first symptoms of the virus including respiratory rate and changes, heart rate, persistent coughs, sleep quality without wearing devices and no electromagnetic wave impacts. It offers 24 hours monitoring lots of patients simultaneously and puts less pressure and risk on medical staff and can detect changes in patients immediately and alerts. There are more than 20 senior care centers and hospitals in Taiwan using our smart care system to prevent Covin-19. We will share our experience and hope to provide an international reference.

Topic 2: Coronavirus Outbreak: Can 3D Vision and AI Play A Part?

Speaker’s Biography:

Mr. Benson Lee

Director of Strategic Business Development,

LIPS Corporation

Benson Lee is a veteran in the technology sector with more than 20 years of experience and is currently the Director of Business Development at LIPS Corporation. His previous work experiences include Acer, TSMC, UMC, and HP. LIPS was founded by a group of MIT scholars in 2013 in Taiwan and are now a global leading provider of 3D Vision and AI products and solutions.


To slow the spreading of Coronavirus, many people around the world have turned to 3D Vision and AI technologies. Some of these may prove more effective than others. Many 3D AI systems can currently inspect, identify, gauge, or guide products like ventilators, respirators, and protective gear. Such products assist in treating patients and protecting healthcare professionals and in turn, further spreading the virus. Another example is using vision-guided robots to keep sick people quarantined from others in the hospital.

Topic 3: Reduction of Cross Infections in Hospital by Using Electronic Consent Forms.

Speaker’s Biography:

Mr. Antonio Tapia

International Sales Deputy Manager,


Experienced Overseas Sales Manager with a demonstrated history in Asian and international market Development and Strong experience in Taiwan with more than 5 years professional with a Master’s degree in Information technology from National Chung Hsing University


  1. Electronic Consent Form System ThinkCloud’s SelfieSign provides a “Total Paperless signature” to prevent coronavirus from spreading via documents and contacting people hence reducing risks of cross-infection.
  2. SelfieSign’s video signature technology provides cooperates and hospitals and care centers a “Digital” way to sign face to face remotely via app or browser.
  3. SelfieSign not only records signatures but also signers’ GPS and image to offer an instant and effective system to manage “Quarantine” and “Self-Isolation” for tens of thousands of people. This is able to ease the pain-point and workload for the medical staff battling against the COVID-19 pandemic.