NAIST held several demonstrations at the JAPAN TECH booth in "CES 2020", a technology and innovation event held from January 7-10, 2020 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, USA. The details of the demonstrations can be found below.
- Robotics Laboratory, Division of Information Science, Graduate School of Science and Technology
Exhibition theme: A framework for quickly deploying image recognition AI
Associate Professor Jun Takamatsu and Mr. Takuya Kiyokawa (Robotics Laboratory doctoral student)
- Optical Media Interface Laboratory, Division of Information Science, Graduate School of Science and Technology
Exhibition theme: "A practical device for imaging blood vessels in human skin in real-time with excellent contrast visibility"
Assistant Professor Hiroyuki Kubo
- Photonic Device Science Laboratory, Division of Materials Science, Graduate School of Science and Technology
Exhibition theme: "Portable Agri-Microimager"
Assistant Professor Makito Haruta
CES, advertised as the "world's largest and most influential tech event", showcases the next generation and cutting-edge technology and innovation of companies from around the globe, and more than 4,400 companies exhibited their technology and products at CES 2020.
NAIST's booth was visited by many people from companies and research institutions and, through the demonstrations and presentations given during the event, we were able to introduce our advanced research capabilities. This was a very great opportunity to promote NAIST's research, technology, etc. to a global audience.