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Highlighted Products & IT Solutions
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  Exhibitor Description
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Wildfaces Technology Limited
(Hong Kong )

Zone:Enterprise Solutions
Booth no.:3F-E04
(Cyberport Pavilion)
Website: http://wildfaces.ai/

 

WildFaces

  • WildFaces is focused on Tracking & Recognition on-the-move to supplement human intelligence.
  • The system can recognise faces on the fly without fixed infrastructure such as CCTV cameras. Using video from drones, body worn cameras and even from smartphones, the system can recognise people in real time at significant distances in uncontrolled environments.
  • The company will deploy its unique and patented artificial intelligence based algorithms, ensuring versatility and ease of deployment to address this demanding market.
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Wee Creation Company Limited
(Hong Kong )

Zone:Enterprise Solutions
Booth no. :3F-E04
(Cyberport Pavilion)
Website: : https://www.openvr.shop/

 

OpenVR.shop

  • OpenVR.shop is an online service for physical store’s owner without e-commerce experience to create a 24-hour open VR (Virtual Reality) branch to boost revenue.
  • Freshly rolled out in 2016, OpenVR.shop is beloved by 100 retail shops in Hong Kong and Tokyo including food & beverages, fashion, gifts, furnishing, beauty &spa, hair salon, play houses, etc.

Highlighted Products & IT Solutions @ Smart City Zone

Automotive Parts & Accessory Systems R&D Centre
(Hong Kong )

Booth no.:3G-A08
Website: https://www.apas.hk/index.php/en/

 

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Portable Charger Kit (PCK)

  • PCK is a handheld Electric Vehicle (EV) charger that works with proprietary AC power socket (PCK Socket) through wireless authentication.
  • After parking the vehicle, the driver can simply plug the charger to a nearby PCK Socket and get medium fast charging for the vehicle.
  • It eliminates the traditional bulky wall mount AC chargers by simple PCK Sockets which are small, low cost and easy for installation and maintenance. It is no longer a hurdle to install many PCK Sockets in car parks to be utilized by more electric vehicles. It suits perfect for vehicle charging in car parks where non-designated (“floating”) parking spaces in dominant or parking spaces are congested.
  • PCK will also sync up all charging records to a backend server so drivers can check their usage through internet or mobile phone.
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Smart Vehicle-to-Home System for EV

  • Electric Vehicles (EVs) have the hidden benefits of performing as mobile power sources. Smart Vehicle-to-Home System (EVPOSSA V2H standard) can facilitate EV batteries as energy storage devices for households.
  • If there is time variant tariff, EV users can charge their EVs by renewable energy sources or by power grid when the tariff is low. With V2H system installed, the electrical power stored in the EV batteries can then be transferred to their households in peak hours when tariff is high.
  • It saves electricity cost and also helps to relieve the high power consumption situation in peak load hours. Moreover, EVs can now serve as emergency power sources when there are power outages.

Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI)
(Hong Kong )

Booth no.:3G-B08
Website: https://www.astri.org/

 

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Smart Pole

  • ASTRI has developed an innovative Smart Pole which leverages Narrowband IoT technology to facilitate various smart city applications.
  • The Smart Pole comes with an interactive display. It can facilitate Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications – enhancing road safety and modernising traffic management.
  • It is also an ideal infrastructure to facilitate high-speed communication technologies like 5G by providing hotspot coverage.
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Palm Fusion Biometric Access Control System

  • The Palm Fusion Biometric Access Control System developed by ASTRI and its partner SSID from Sweden enables fully secure user identity verification.
  • Passwords and Pins can be stolen; digital signatures can be hacked; but there are certain unique features in the human body which are extremely difficult to forge – such as biometric attributes like people’s palmprint.
  • The System includes a contactless biometric sensing device that can capture an individual’s palm veins and palmprint pattern by radiating the infrared and visible light when a user puts his or her palm above it. As veins are beneath the skin, attempt to forge an identity are extremely difficult. Furthermore, one’s palmprint contains many differentiating features from others’, even identical twins don’t have exactly the same palmprint.
  • Identity management is a key issue across many different sectors as organisations and citizens strive to safeguard their information and digital assets. This innovative solution from ASTRI brings huge practical benefits through its robust access control mechanism. By using the fusion technology, ASTRI’s solution obtains a higher security level, combining both palm print and palm vein features.

Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (LSCM)
(Hong Kong )
Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (LSCM)
(Hong Kong )

Booth no.:3F-G08
Website: http://www.lscm.hk/eng/index.php

 

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“Follow-Me” Robots & Platooning Technology

  • To help workers deliver heavy items and minimise their risk of injury, the LSCM R&D Centre has developed the smart “Follow-Me” robots.
  • They can carry heavy and large objects while tracking and following the workers automatically. Configured with multiple sensors and advanced computer vision techniques, the robots can detect and avoid obstacles automatically, thus ensure the worker’s safety.
  • A platooning technology is also developed to facilitate the robots follow and control each other intelligently. A linking of two or more “Follow-Me” robots can improve efficiency and reduce turnaround time of delivery.
  • The technologies can be applied in warehouses and construction sites etc.
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Intelligent item-handling system

  • The LSCM R&D Centre has developed an intelligent item-handling system by using a technology fusion of AI, Sensory and Robotics. Information of the items are collected by different kinds of sensors and analysed by advanced AI techniques and executed accordingly.
  • The Hong Kong Central Mail Centre has deployed this system. A multi-camera module analyses the items’ conditions (shape, size and stamp location, etc.) and the best stamping coordinate in real-time.  Then the conveyor belt, robot arm and end-effector coordinate to finish the whole stamping process accordingly. This technology automates the stamping process in post office and streamlines the operational efficiency.