With the support of the Smart Drone Technology Center at Kyungpook National University, Drogen will participate in 'CES 2017 (Consumer Technology Show)', the world's largest IT appliance exhibition held in Las Vegas from January 5th to 8th.
Drogen, specializing in drones with virtual gyro technology and motor design technology, announced that CES 2017 will release new products in 2017, including the existing sports drones and toys drones.
The PuzzleX 250 and PuzzleX 230, which are due to be released in January 2017, are designed with Picaia1 or user-selectable carbon material for the FC module. It is characterized by the ability to change parts and motors according to individual taste.
The PuzzleX 250GT, which will be released in March, is also available with Picaia1 or user-selectable FC modules, and the frame is made of plastic (with a diagrid method) and parts and motors can be changed.
Drogen has a diverse range of products from small drones to advanced ones, and develops drones that can be used in racing, military and public as well as hobby. It is also a company that is leading the spread of drone culture by holding drone competition. It will be held in China, the United States, and Japan in the future.
On the other hand, Daegu Techno Park, Kyungpook National University Smart Venture Business School and Kyungpook National University Smart Drone Technology Center opened the CES Daegu Joint Pavilion and support the exhibition management and business buyer consultation of 22 companies.
CES, the world's largest IT exhibition, is an annual showcase of the global consumer electronics industry, held every January by the American Consumer Electronics Association (CTA). The global news network, which reported the most issues of CES, MWC and IFA, the world's top three tech exhibitions over the past decade, has sent a special report team to CES this year to report major issues in the global market introduction.