Join them at CES 2019, from January 8 to 11, in Las Vegas, Nevada
Eureka Park #51653, Sands Expo
The JAPAN TECH Pavilion, where the latest of Japanese technology will be introduced to the world, is exhibiting in CES 2019 at Eureka Park. This is a joint effort to support Japanese start-ups by Creative Vision, Daiko and Filament, three companies that participated in the JAPAN TECH PROJECT in 2018. The goal is to assist start-ups to showcase their advanced technologies in the world biggest Consumer Technology show, the CES. For 2019, the finest seven companies featuring 9 unique technologies.
JAPAN TECH EXHIBITORS
Advanced Technology Lab.
“Hiiga-ONE”, Next-generation muscular strength training machine
NO ASSIST NEEDED, NO PLATE NEEDED, NO DANGER, NO GRAVITY.
Take your muscular strength training to a next level. The training method developed by Dr. Kazuo Higa based on scientific approach is automated with IT. Using Hiiga-ONE, the next-generation muscular strength training machine, the user can obtain the maximum result from the training in a very short amount of time.
Robot Home Co., Ltd.
“Apartment kit”, IoT service for turning rental properties into smart home
Apartment kit IoT service enables safer and more convenient life for occupants in rental properties while it improves the business efficiency of property management companies with chat functions. In addition, Apartment kit can be integrated with solutions for owners and management companies, turning properties into smart homes and increase occupancy rates.
STUFF Co., Ltd
Deep Breath and Relax – “kitoki”, Wooden Vital Sensing Device
Want to refresh and focus on tasks in everyday life? Take a deep breath through “kitoki”, a wooden inhaler. Made with natural Cypress, “kitoki” provides comfortable scent to let you relaxed more. Through its smart sensing technology and algorithm, “kitoki” measures your psychophysiological state and notify when the body reaches the relaxes status.
STUFF Co., Ltd
Self-learning style IoT alcohol gadget “TISPY”
TISPY is self-learning style IoT alcohol gadget. TISPY measures alcohol concentration in your body by alcohol sensor, and tells the better way to drink and the estimate of the time to sober up according to the accumulated data on Flash Air.
“Future memo” and “Beauty equipment for facial muscles”
Makuake introduces the collaboration products with technologies from Japanese major enterprises.
– Kakumiru: Collaboration with KING JIM
“Future memo” which automatically reminds us what we wrote.
– VISOURIRE: Collaboration with LION
Beauty equipment for facial muscles -technology applied from oral hygiene research.
>> About Makuake Incubation Studio
Communicative Security Buzzer – “Solarmori”
For the sunshine our children bring. Feel safe, stay safe, with Solarmori.
– Personal Alarm: Communicates signs asking for help
– LINE Stamp: Communicates thoughts and feelings
– GPS/GNSS: Communicates location information
“Scentee”, The world’s first AI room diffuser.
The world’s first room diffuser with AI, Scentee Machina. Not only functionality but also design that blend well to any high-end interior. It is a state-of-the-art room diffuser.
It operates from dedicated applications with a smart device. Anytime, anywhere, leave your favorite scent as you please.
Innovative Brain Wave Monitoring “Patch-Type” EEG Sensor
Patch-Type EEG sensor is newly developed innovative brain-wave monitoring system. This small, light-weight, wireless system made possible for easy and routine measurements, This simple system is easily adopted into our daily lives. PGV plans to build up the large database of brain-wave patterns for further AI analysis and researches in fields of medicine, sleep monitoring, and neuro-marketing.
We welcome media coverage for the exhibiting companies at “JAPAN TECH” during CES
At the JAPAN TECH PROJECT, we welcome media coverage from any media companies. For people who want to learn more about JAPAN TECH or would like to cover a particular company, please check the following link to let us know your desired date and time.
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JAPAN TECH PROJECT, supporting Japanese start-ups to go CES
The JAPAN TECH PROJECT was started with the ideas of “Introducing fine Japanese technology to the world” and “we hope to see some Japanese technologies that will wade to the future.” The concept of JAPAN TECH PROJECT is to bring many Japanese companies to stand on the global stage to present their revolutionary technologies, and experience the world trends with own five senses at CES. Furthermore, we hope this will be a good opportunities for exciting business partnerships. This project aims to support Japanese startups to reinforce “Japanese Brand” represent with the harmony of fine advanced technologies, with human and nature in mind.
The logo of JAPAN TECH is a windmill. The idea behind this is that companies from Japan that take part in CES will feel the winds of change throughout the world and begin to spin. With that power, those companies will send out a new wind themselves and become an independent source of power. The continuous windmill motive signifies that we generate strong power together, but our shapes and efforts are all different, organic and adaptive.
JAPAN TECH PROJECT is planned and operated by 3 companies with good technical skill
CREATIVE VISION is an American based event-managing firm that specifies in helping over 50 Japanese companies per year join international exhibitions. As the first and the only authorized CES Sales Representative in Japan, the exhibiting space for CES can be selected before general applications. Creative vision takes lead in the JAPAN TECH exhibition support, booth design, pavilion planning and operation at the JAPAN TECH.
DAIKO is an advertising company that has bases in Asia as well as all over Japan. Having a foothold in the communication industry, DAIKO also helps start-ups to be accelerated as a partner offering activation design solutions. DAIKO also actively supports industry development in technology and consumer needs. As the engine of this project, DAIKO aims to further develop and cultivate Japanese technology. Daiko is in charge of the JAPAN TECH project planning, promotion, branding and supporting the communication of the exhibiting companies.
Filament’s vision is to “create people who want to change things and lead them to start the change.” With that in mind, the company creates new industry within companies and also supports the creation of company policies regarding human resources and human resource training. With a wide range of clients, including those in manufacturing, the company utilizes its rich expertise to connect start-ups and clients to create new business opportunities. Filament talks a role of the supporting the hardware start-ups as they take their chance on the global stage.