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TAITRA to host Taiwan Satellite Components Online Presentation and Business Meetings

In response to the booming development of IoT applications, B5G and 6G networks, low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellites are regarded as a key technology.

Taiwan has occupied a pivotal position in the international semiconductor and information and communication technology (ICT) markets. These industries are also driving the growth of Taiwan’s satellite industry. Approximately 80 satellite component manufacturers operate in Taiwan, and some of them have entered the international market, supplying companies such as Space X and Satellogic.

Taiwanese manufacturers excel at employing miniaturisation techniques, which enable them to create small and lightweight satellite components. Thanks to its synergy, Taiwan's satellite industry has become a critical part of the supply chain for the world's LEO communication satellites and ground equipment.

The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will soon be hosting the Taiwan Satellite Components Online Presentation and Business Meetings. A webinar featuring company presentations will be released on November 30. Next up, optional one-on-one online meetings will be held on December 8, to connect buyers worldwide with the Taiwanese suppliers featured in the presentations.

During the webinar, five Taiwanese companies at the vanguard of the low-earth-orbit satellite industry will introduce themselves and their products:

Liscotech specialises in applications and system designs that require high levels of stability. The company is also dedicated to developing the FPGA/CMOS imaging system.

TRON FUTURE specialises in Synthetic Aperture Radar satellite communication systems. As highlighted by their company slogan, “To Create Future Technology”, they are committed to creating innovative technology for the future.

HelioX Cosmos is a proactive space business company that provides a wide spectrum of total solutions. These range from nanosatellite R&D, spaceflight verification, space-grade components to launch services, CubeSat ISS deployment, and lunar missions.

Tensor Tech is dedicated to minimising satellites and provides a full-stack service for the ADCS. Its spherical motor technology could lead to further reducing costs and to carrying more payloads.

CviLux specialises in manufacturing and selling connectors, FFC, and wire harnesses. In the LEO satellite technology industry, they have not only entered the LEO supply chain in the United States but have also been supplying numerous Taiwanese companies that produce PoE adapters and Wi-Fi routers.


  • Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
  • Mike Richardson