With the support from Daegu Technopark Mobile Convergence Center, Huwant (CEO Lee Wook-jin) will participate in the world’s largest technology exhibition CES 2020 opening in Las Vegas on Jan. 7-10 to showcase Breathe On and Breathe Checker, healthcare products for respiratory health.
Breathe On and Breathe Checker are health care products that allow users to monitor their own respiratory function and health. It consists of a device with a sensor and app, and can be conveniently used anytime and anywhere by installing a smartphone app.
When the user’s data is stored in the device, respiratory functions such as lung capacity can be measured and managed. The data stored in this way can be studied for the purpose of health promotion in medical institutions and research institutes, and can be used for counseling for respiratory health with experts.
Breathe On and Breathe Checker can be used for health care and monitoring of patients with respiratory problems and the elderly, and also as health care aids for healthy people who enjoy exercising.
The official said, “We will make more efforts for user’s health through continuous upgrading and content development.”
Daegu Metropolitan City has supported 196 ICT venture companies and SMEs in the area to enter the market for eight consecutive years since 2013, with the cumulative contract amount of $22.4 million as of 2019.
Daegu Joint Pavilion, organized by Daegu Technopark Mobile Convergence Center, will have 44 ICT convergence ventures and SMEs and three startups. Major programs include exhibitions, investor pitching, public relations with foreign media, and post-CES review conferences. In CES 2019, Daegu and Gyeongbuk Province exchanged MOU to run joint pavilion in CES for the benefits of both parties, and the joint pavilion has been set up in CES 2020. The world’s largest IT show CES shows the trend of the global technology issues and trends at a glance. It is hosted by Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and is held every January.