AI, AR-focused Companies Dominate Exhibitors At CES Asia 2019

Posted: Jun 7 2019, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 7 2019, 9:05am CDT, in Technology News

 

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AI, AR-focused companies dominate exhibitors at CES Asia 2019
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The list of this year’s presenters at the annual Consumer Electronics Show of Asia is out.

The CES, or Consumer Electronics Show, of Asia is a yearly trade show where companies show off their latest products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry. The event is an offshoot of the annual CES in the United States, organized by the Consumer Technology Association, which represents over 2,200 consumer technology companies.

In Asia, the event is hosted by the International CES (Shanghai) Exhibition, a wholly foreign-owned enterprise by the CTA.

Among the most notable products that were showcased in this year’s CES in the U.S., according to Time, was the 65-inch LG Signature OLED TV R that rolls down on its own base when it’s not used. It can be controlled using Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa or Apple’s AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.

Other products at the CES in January were Nvidia’s gaming laptop with cutting-edge graphic; a sleep band,called the Dreem band, that tracks an individual’s brain; an adjustable kettlebell that tracks users’ movements; Samsung’s modular TV with Micro LED panels; and Kohler’s Alexa-enabled toilet, called the Numi 2.0 Intelligent Toilet, which comes with Bluetooth speakers and ambient lighting.

Meanwhile, at the CES Asia in 2018, companies teased revolutionary devices like JD’s face identification system that analyzes users’ gender, age and even moods and expressions in real-time while they shop; Suning.com’s cashier-less smart shelf, where users can pay by scanning their faces; and iFlyteck’s artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled translation devices that are able to translate over a dozen languages in real-time.

This year, companies that will be showcasing their new inventions include Deep Cube, which has AI technologies for multiple skin disease or cancer diagnosis. The company claims to have an accuracy of 91% to 99% of the time.

Formlabs, which manufactures 3D printers, will also be at the event to show off its new professional Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) 3D printer; as well as Guangzhou Candid Electronics, which engages in automotive electronics research and development and production.

To complement the AI offerings of iFlyteck, HiScene Information Technology will also be present at the show to offer a peek into its new augmented reality (AR) products and services, while Pico Technology will exhibit its VR+AR+TOF 3D sensing products and technologies.

In the era of dual-screen smartphones, iGlass USA will be at the CES Asia to display its near-eye display technology, which provides a second screen for smartphones.

To support distributors and retailers, Inceptio Technology, which provides autonomous trucking services, will unveil its first autonomous truck empowered by its in-house autonomous driving technology. Shanghai Slamtec, meanwhile, will also offer a relevant technology through its robotic autonomous localization and navigation solutions.

Tombooks, a computer, tablet and smartphone app, is expected to showcase its app at the exhibit. The company’s app makes it possible for musicians to practice their instrument along with high-quality audio recordings.

Otter Products, known for durable phone cases, will also be at the event to introduce its new products like its LifeProof waterproof cases.

The CES Asia will run from June 11 to 13 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre in Shanghai, China.

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