ImageNext (CEO Won In Baek) introduced 360° OmniVue and OmniPad at CES 2015, which runs Jan. 6-9 in Las Vegas.

OmniPad is an Android-OS tablet PC with the convergence of car-related features like Around View Monitoring (AVM), navigation, and blackbox, which is the first of its kind in the world.

It can also be used as a regular tablet PC when not in use as a car monitor. When attached to a car, it can be used as a blackbox or navigation display. When car cams are installed on the four side of the car, AVM becomes enabled.

Also in OmniPad, Computer Automated Tolerance Assignment (CATA) has been applied to reduce installation time and increase convenience. And with the start of departure warning system (LDWS), more complex technologies such as forward collision warning system (FCWS), moving object detection (MOD), and advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) will be supported.

360° OmniVue provides a perpendicular view from the above with four cameras installed on the front, left, right, and back. Its intricately designed cameras blend right into the car, adding elegance and style to the car. The view can also be zoomed in for a better view of the detail.

(Picture: Minister of Economy of France Emmanuel Macron is asking questions regarding OmniPad to ImageNext’s CEO Won In Baek)

360° OmniVue and OmniPad received rave reviews from the visitors at CES 2015.

In addition, Emmanuel Macron visited ImageNext’s booth on Press Day, a pre-event to CES 2015, and showed a special interest in the products, which drew huge attention from the crowd.

Along with OmniPad, ImageNext is showing “Smart Personal Mobility” and “Telematics” technology, and a smart control system called “Fleet Management,” which helps increase the efficiency by convergence with cloud service.

Held annually in January and owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), CES 2015 is the world’s largest IT and consumer electronics exhibition to see the latest global trends in consumer electronics industry in one spot.

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