Multics is participating in the 19th MIK 2020 SEASON OFF ONLINE ZOOM event on Dec. 8, 4:00 pm as a part of DICIA project.
Multics is a company that develops AI platform and contents that can apply ICT technology to real life. Nuri-View, the flagship product, is an AI civil petition information system that provides services tailored to the characteristics of those who are visually or auditorily impaired and on wheelchair.
The company staff said, “Nuri-View is a thin smart mirror that is the collection of AI technologies, which are the core technologies these days, such as smart mirror function, three cameras sign language motion recognition, voice recognition, and face tracking thermal imaging camera. Visually impaired people can ask questions by voice and receive answers by voice to receive civil petition information, and for hearing impaired people, the camera can recognize sign language movements and receive answers in sign language 3D images. For people in wheelchairs, the height is recognized and the screen interface is automatically changed to fit the height so that the service can be received.”
He then said, “The demand for the Nuri-View system is increasing toward public complaints, and it will be expanded and installed to public institutions nationwide under the Anti-Discrimination Against and Remedies for Persons with Disabilities Act. We plan to apply it to all information services not only in the public but also in the general private organizations.”
The 19th MIK 2020 SEASON OFF ONLINE is hosted by AVING NEWS the media partner of more than 100 trade shows including MWC and IFA that has established a global news network with major media companies in 54 countries. This time, seven media, Vietnamplus from Vietnam, Myfatpocket from Singapore, Geekazine from the US, SINA from China, LeCafeduGeek from France, IT DONGA from Korea, SVPRESSA.RU from Russia, and STARTUPWORLD.TECH from France will be participating to publicize the participants to the world.
In this event, 24 companies will participate with support from Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI), Gwangju Information & Culture Industry Promotion Agency (GITCT), Daejeon Information & Culture Industry Promotion Agency (DICIA), Seoul Startup Hub Seongsu, and Twosun Campus. △IBS Tech △Awesomepia △BA Energy △CiSTEM △Biotruss △Wellmarker Bio △CM Lab △Cell2in △SKIMS-Bio △Caredoc △LiBEST △THE.WAVE.TALK △Dotrade △Linkoptics △Geniesoft △Ghost Pass △SafeTech Research △Myung Kwang △Multics △Batoners △THES △J2 △Myungsung Corporation △Baice