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KOTRA operates Korean booth at German tech show

According to Yonhap News,

(SEOUL=Yonhap News) South Korea's state-run trade promotion agency said Monday it will operate a special pavilion of small and midsized firms at a German technology exhibition that runs through this week.

The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) said the pavilion will showcase products and solutions from 61 South Korean firms at the Hannover Messe 2019 in Germany.

It said a total of 94 local companies will participate in the event. Around 6,500 businesses from 70 countries are present at the industrial exhibition.

South Korean firms will showcase numerous products, including smart sensors, at the event in line with this year's slogan of "Integrated Industry-Industrial Intelligence," KOTRA added.

"The Hannover Messe is a gathering where participants can learn about the latest industrial trends," an official from KOTRA's branch in Hamburg said. "We will continue to support our innovative small and midsized firms, and help them penetrate deeper into the global market."

LG Electronics Inc. joined hands with its IT subsidiary, LG CNS, to debut its industrial robots and artificial intelligence (AI) at the German tech show.

LG electronics will showcase its industrial robots and robotic arms, and LG CNS will introduce its AI-based smart factory platform.

The South Korean tech firm said it will demonstrate an industrial autonomous robot system called "Mobile Manipulator" that combines a multi-joint robot arm and AI-enabled automated guided vehicle capable of delivering parts, assembling products and conducting inspections.

The company will also show how its machine learning-based vision inspection system can raise the accuracy of panel, camera module and electric vehicle battery quality inspection.

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Source: Yonhap News (April 1, 2019)

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