South Korean startups are ready to show off their tech prowess at CES 2023, the world’s most influential tech event, January 5-8 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
This time around, CES is a fully in-person event, with global tech giants such as Google, Meta, and Microsoft vying for innovation after skipping previous events due to the rapidly spreading omicron variant. Physically return to the stage. CES 2021 was held entirely online due to pandemic restrictions.
The event’s organizer, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), said about 2,200 exhibitors and about 10,000 attendees from around the world are expected to show up. South Korea is her second largest exhibitor at CES 2023 after the United States.
According to Korea Information & Communication, 550 South Korean companies, 60% of which are Korean startups, have signed up to showcase cutting-edge products ranging from home appliances, wearable gadgets and mobility tech to self-driving cars. Did. Technology Industry Association. 355 Korean startups set up booths on the show floor, a 20% increase over the previous year.
About 100 Korean startups are on the CES 2023 Innovation Awards winner list. Innovative startups detailed in the CES 2023 Innovation Awards list include beauty tech startup Chowis, smart radar system mmWave, medical tech startup DNA Corporation, EV charging solution EVAR, auto-mobility startup Neubility, and VR memorial service Deepbrain. Includes AI and AI-based customized emotional music. Recommended InDJ.
Korean startups have won 4 out of 23 innovation awards. The four startups include
1. Dot Co., Ltd. is a manufacturer of tactile graphics devices for the blind and visually impaired.
2. Graphene Square, A startup that developed a virtual fireplace that generates heat from graphene, a thin and strong material
3. Zkrypto Inc., Cyber Security Firm Develops Public Blockchain Voting App
4. Verses Inc., Metaverse Music Streaming System Manufacturer
South Korea’s global tech giants attending CES 2023, including Samsung, SK, Hyundai Motor, LG, Lotte Group, and HD Hyundai, will also be joined by related startups showcasing their technological innovations. Samsung Electronics has 12 startups nurtured through C-Lab accelerator, Hyundai Motor Group has 10 startups supported by his ZERO1NE accelerator program, online technology giant Naver’s accelerator D2SF and Kakao Ventures has 26 of his startups. introduce. Accelerator SCG Korea will also host his K-Startup Demo Day on January 6th, where 10 startups will have the opportunity to pitch their innovations to potential investors.
The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Corporation (KOTRA) will introduce 90 startups and the City of Seoul will introduce 50 startups. Startups supported by Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), POSTECH, Seoul National University, Hanyang University, and Korea Water Resources Corporation will also participate in the exhibition.
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