Three spin-off companies from Samsung Electronics' in-house startup incubation program C-Lab have received the Innovation Awards at CES 2019 underway in Las Vegas, further enhancing the profile of the Korean tech giant's startup program.
Samsung Electronics announced on Jan. 10 that C-Lab spin-off companies LINKFLOW, MOPIC, and Lululab received the Innovation Awards at this year’s CES. In particular, LINKFLOW won the Innovation Awards for FITT 360 CONNECT after winning the same award for wearable camera FITT 360 in the digital imaging and photography category last year.
In addition, MOPIC’s Snap3D Case received the Innovation Awards in the portable media layer and accessories category, while Lululab won the award for LUMINI in the biotech category.
Samsung Electronics' C-Lab has won recognition for its technological prowess by producing award winners every year, starting with MANGOSLAB, which won the Best Innovation Award for its small smart printer at CES 2017.
In addition, Samsung Electronics organized an exhibition booth at CES 2019 and disclosed eight projects, which include: “Tisplay,” a virtual advertising service for personal broadcasting creators; “MEDEO,” a real-time video production service; “aiMo,” a smartphone-using ASMR recording solution; “PRISMIT,” an AI-based news flow analysis service; “Perfume Blender,” a custom perfume making solution; “Girin Monitor Stand,” a posture-correcting monitor stand; “alight,” an AI desk light that enhances learning experience; and “Snail Sound,” a smartphone hearing aid solution for people with hearing loss. In addition, eight of the C-Lab spin-off startups companies participated in CES 2019 by opening their own exhibition booths.