In IoT Era

With the coming of age of 5G networks and Industry 4.0, wearable smart devices will quickly become the next killer app in the consumer electronics sector. Jorjin pushes forward in the R&D of wearable devices and smart glasses, and at the same time also supplying LPWAN(Sixfox and LoRa), wireless internet, Bluetooth and other sensor solutions, where Jorjin may feature its practical expertise in providing complete custom IIoT solutions to clients, based upon industry expertise.

The Innovation

Jorjin is a pioneer of the smart glasses industry, leading at the forefront of its development and design, featuring our own AR smart glasses–the J-supporter—which is currently being quickly adopted in both domestic and foreign markets. Jorjin understands your needs, and being the best in the management of smart spaces, we work to give our customers the best the industry can offer.

Our Services

Company History

2018.09

Monocular AR smart glasses J-Supporter hits the market.

2018.02

Jorjin’s MR smart glasses J-Reality is nominated by the MWC GLOMO Awards as Best Connected Consumer Device.

2018.02

Establishment of Taiwan Smart Glasses Industry Association with the Smart System Institute, under the Institute for Information Industry.

2017.05

Joint announcement of J-Reality with Lumus and InfinityAR

2016.06

Signing of a strategic agreement with Lumus and InfinityAR.

2015.04

Founding of Shanghai Top Smart Technologies Co, Ltd

2014.10

Development of the WI-SUN USB dongle, utilizing the design of Japan’s ROHM, which can be applied to smart electric meters and household energy management.

2014.07

Development of the WA6930-00 wireless audio module, reference designed from Realtek’s RTL8196, providing WiFi speaker suppliers a quick mass production alternative.

2013.04

The low-powered digital media processor DM3730 AP module is adopted by Honda as the main processor for its cars’ information panels, the cars already on the market.

2012.10

Development of Texas Instruments’ embedded wireless protocol module, the Simple-Link WiFi WG1300 series.

2012.06

Development of the low-powered dual core RACCOON board, which is based off OMAP4460/4470, suitable for industrial tablets or handheld embedded systems.

2012.04

Development of Texas Instruments’ five-in-one solution WG78xx series, which includes WiFi, BT4.0, FM, GPS, NFC support.

2011.11

Development of Texas Instruments’ low-powered digital media processor,the AM/DM37xx AP.

2011.08

Our wireless module, the WG7300 series is adopted by the tablets Amazon Kindle Fire and Nook from Barnes and Nobles.