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[CES 2019 Preview Video] Mand.ro introduces Mark 5 version of electronic artificial arm


Mand.ro will participate in CES 2019, the world’s largest technology exhibition held in Las Vegas, USA from Jan. 8 (Tue) to 11 (Fri).

Mand.ro is Korea’s start-up that produces robotic electronic artificial arm products for severely handicapped people. Mand.ro’s electronic artificial arm has achieved cost savings by using customized reverse engineering designs through 3D scanning, modeling, and printing techniques, and low-cost embedded systems.

Mand.ro said, “With this CES exhibition, we plan to enter the global market with Kickstarter / Indiegogo crowdfunding in the first half of 2019.” We will work hard to make ourselves more approachable for the people in English-speaking countries., “he said.

On the other hand, Gyeonggi Content Agency was established with the goal of creating ‘future value’ through the convergence of contents, people, and technology in Gyeonggi area. In the agency are G-HUB, Gyeonggi Global Game Center, Gyeonggi Contents Korea Lab, Export Support System, and Gyeonggi Film Commission. Supporting the participating SMEs in the CES 2019 is one of the contents export support programs. The companies participating in CES 2019 with the support of Gyeonggi Provincial Promotion Agency are as follows. △ Smart Wellness △ Circulus △ Bisecu △ Mand.ro △ Rope △ 101 & Co.

Meanwhile, ‘CES’, the largest IT exhibition in the world, is an exhibition where one can grasp the flow of the home electronics industry at a glance. It is hosted by the American Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and is held every January. AVING NEWS, a global news network that most reported the issues of CES, MWC and IFA, the world’s top three tech exhibitions over the last twelve years, has sent a special report team to CES this year to report major issues in the world market, and introduce major Korean companies to the world.

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