GOQUAL (CEO, Woo Sang Bum) participated in 'CES 2017' that is the world's largest IT consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow held in Las Vegas, the United States from January 5th to January 8th by receiving a support from Smart Venture Institute of Kyungpook National University and exhibited a Wi-Fi-based smart lighting switch, '10K Switch,' and built-in plug, '10K Outlet.'
GOQUAL's 10K series, '10K Switch,' and '10K Outlet,' is possible for anyone to easily build a smart home system if they change a switch or plug without any wiring work or equipment installation expenses. Setting up a lighting management system in the existing buildings costs a lot, whereas GOQUAL's products provide a good service to install the system at 30% or 40% cheaper price.
Also, the series are connected to various voice recognition services such as IFTTT, Google Home, Amazon Eco, and Smart Things and smart home platforms and lead users to turn on and off light through their voice. It is possible to control the status of lighting through an app supporting this system. It is not required to install again because the series use the existing Wi-Fi system.
GOQUAL's CEO, Woo Sang Bum, said, "A target of the company is enterprises that have buildings for office and B2C distribution dealers. I have recently received pre-order from Canada and Singapore, and I am looking for partners from other countries."
Meanwhile, CES (Consumer Technology Show), which is the world's largest IT consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow, is a good opportunity to figure out the flow of the global electronic industry at a glance and is held on every January by CTA (Consumer Technology Association).
Aving News Korea, which have reported issues of CES, MWC, and IFA as the world' three major technology exhibitions the most for the last 10 years, will send a special group of reporters to CES, report main issues of the markets, and introduce Korean enterprises all over the world this year.
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