[KIMES 2021] CM Lab to introduce non-face-to-face thermometer automatic access control system for complete quarantine

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CM Lab participated in the 36th Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES 2021) which runs Mar. 18-21 to showcase non-face-to-face thermometer automatic access control system for complete quarantine.

CM Lab is a company that mainly researches and develops medical devices for ophthalmology and dermatology.

Lee Go-hoon, the CSO of CM Lab, said, “Recently, in line with the COVID era, we are focusing on the development and sales of non-face-to-face thermometers. We are especially showcasing the non-face-to-face automatic access control system, and we are receiving many inquiries from police stations, public agencies, and schools.”

Lee Go-hoon, CSO of CM Lab | Filmed by AVING News

KIMES is Korea’s largest medical and hospital equipment show that has made steady growth with the development of the Korean medical industry, starting from its first in 1980. Currently, Korea’s medical industry has transformed into a technology-intensive high-tech industry such as medical information systems, ultrasound machines, imaging medical equipment, robotic medicine, AI, and rehabilitation medicine.

KIMES is growing into a world-class medical exhibition while contributing to the advancement of the Korean medical industry. Exhibitors will showcase new technologies and new products in the medical industry, such as advanced hospital facilities, medical information systems grafted with IT technology, and automobile industry for rapid patient transportation.

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