The cloud represents "connectivity" and "boundlessness."
KEYWIN is dedicated to "improving the environment using cloud technology" and extensively utilizes cloud technology (IoT) for information integration while continuously seeking and developing suitable products in the vast market. In addition to FLEETIVITY, which represents "Intelligent Transportation," KEYWIN also plans to venture into the "Smart Healthcare" and "Smart Community" sectors in the future.
"FLEETIVITY" is a subsidiary brand of KEYWIN that focuses on "improving road safety" and "enhancing fleet management efficiency." Currently, its services cover nearly all of Asia and the company is actively planning expansion towards the South.
A customer-centric and all-encompassing startup team, the KEYWIN team adheres to four principles, remaining vigilant and guiding each other. To assist clients in solving problems and providing relentless and dedicated consultation and service.
1. Use data to enhance efficiency.
2. Use data to ensure product quality. 3. Use data to care for employees. 4.Use data to save lives.
KEYWIN 's future plans include internationalizing and further expanding the FLEETIVITY beyond borders. They will continue to venture into more IoT-related industries, such as Smart Healthcare and Smart Community. They intend to utilize their vast amount of data to drive advancements in "autonomous driving" and implement intelligent learning in logistics for unmanned vehicles.
Currently, we have successfully entered the market of "Smart Factory," and our ultimate goal is to have all factories adopt our system, making all data more comprehensive and systematic.
KEYWIN is committed to achieving international ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) and SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) concepts. Through AI intelligent monitoring, KEYWIN assists fleets, transportation industries, and various sectors in systematically tracking and monitoring carbon emissions, effectively reducing carbon footprint. The goal is to work together with clients in different fields to achieve net-zero emissions targets.