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MIT brightens the smart home future - PART 5
By Lingo Lin 2014-11-20
The survival of the fittest rule is practiced and promoted everywhere, even in business. In most cases, it ignites competitiveness among businesses, not cooperation. In a business structure, businesses forge partnerships to raise awareness among consumers, tapping each other’s potential and maximizing it to the fullest.
In today’s connected world, the role of system integration is becoming increasingly important: more and more systems are designed to connect, to be interoperable, both physically and functionally.
“Everybody still wants to be boss in Taiwan,” said Skywatch co-founder JP Yang. “In terms of product integration, it has been mostly about who’s following who’s rules.”
Yang added that although Taiwan smart home makers in general are slowly becoming more receptive to the idea of collaboration, there is still room for improvement.
Indeed, by developing our own unique strengths and talents and focusing on cooperation instead of competition, we keep the ecology of the business world diverse and healthy. There’s no need for anyone to claim a generalized top position. We have to work together to make the system function and opt for a brighter, sustainable future.
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