Barco, Taiwan’s DACOMS Announce Strategic Partnership

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TAIPEI: Belgium-based, global visualisation and collaboration technology provider, Barco embarked on a new technology partnership and business relationship with Taiwan-based systems integrator DACOMS Technology.

“DACOMS is a prominent player in the simulation solutions industry, and highly respected for the quality and precision of their visual systems in many market segments,” said Barco’s Vice President, Simulation, Dave Fluegeman.

“Their customers demand the highest performing solutions, and as a technology partner to DACOMS, we take that very seriously. I have long known the capabilities of DACOMS and with this agreement, I look forward to continuing my work with this highly professional team.”

“Business and technology partnerships require two key elements,” said DACOMS’ Product Manager, Terence Lee. “In order for us to be successful in delivering integrated systems of the highest performance and reliability, our partners need to be part of our development process and bring high-quality technology and trustworthy business practices to our team. A partnership with Barco brings the highest quality projection, supported by global service and product support including locally in Taipei, and this brings significant value to our solutions.”

“DACOMS has been a leader in providing image blending technology and has created several simulators for organisations across the airline, shipping and defence industries in Taiwan,” says, Managing Director, Barco SEA and Vice President ProAV, Simulation and Virtual Reality, Barco APAC, Ta Loong Gan.

“This along with Barco’s 30 years of experience providing simulation and training solutions will enable us to deliver the highest quality and standards to enterprises across the country and provide state-of-the-art training environments designed for the future.”

Barco has been having a strong presence in the Taiwan market. The company’s subsidiary in Taipei, the company concentrates particularly on the Taiwanese industrial markets for process control and on the rapidly expanding graphic sector. Both sectors are going through a fast growth period in Taiwan: moving from a labour-intensive industry using manual methods to automated systems. –aaa/mgm