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CNU's Family Companies Win Innovation Award at CES, Boasting Excellent Technology

작성자대외협력실 작성일2024.02.06 17:34 조회458

Family companies affiliated with CNU showcased outstanding technological capabilities at the world's largest international electronics exhibition, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held in Las Vegas from January 9 to 12 (local time). At the show, CNU opened its own CNU Pavilion and supported the participation of five affiliated companies. 

In particular, both of Mems Co., Ltd. (CEO: Kim Se-min), which presented its non-contact heat-conducting gas sensor for wide-range hydrogen detection, and Intflow Co., Ltd. (CEO: Jeon Kwang-myeong), which introduced “EdgeSafe,” a camera-based livestock disease prevention solution, won the CES Innovation Awards. 

In addition, L&H Labs Co., Ltd. (CEO: Lee Hyeon-min) showcased “Harupit Cardio,” while Bio3S Co., Ltd. (CEO: Kim Do-woon and Park Ki-beom) exhibited medical devices for collecting liquid biopsy specimens for remote diagnosis in the digital health field. Hogreen Air (CEO: Hong Seong-ho) introduced the “Hydrogen Power Pack” in the drone field, capturing the attention of technology officials and buyers from around the world.

CNU also provided an opportunity for more than 40 students from the College of Engineering and the College of AI Convergence to visit the CES, allowing them to witness cutting-edge digital innovation technologies and foster strong determination for future innovation.

CNU’s visiting team to U.S. consisting of President Jung and the delegation, CNU faculty members in various positions, President Cho Seong-hee and key post members of the CNU Alumni Association, visited the family companies' promotional booths at the CES, encouraged the participants, interacted with students visiting the venue, and discussed the role and development strategies of CNU for cultivating global talent.

President Jung stated, "Learning a lot from CES, the festival of cutting-edge technologies that leads the world and its growing significantly, family companies will take the lead in advanced technological development and contribute to fostering CNU students to grow into talented individuals leading the future.”