Samsung, as usual, has made a grand show at the CES 2019 with groundbreaking innovations around the next generation of Television that uses modular Micro LED, and the connected city concept that is being displayed, named Samsung City, among many others.
Samsung showcased several of their “Connected City” technology at the Samsung booth, aptly named, “Samsung City”. Samsung City is displaying the latest televisions, monitors, appliances and other innovations.
We take a quick look on what is displayed at the “Samsung City”.
1) Samsung has just created the next generation of Television
Samsung’s “The Wall” is a customisable modular television with stunning UHD display that you can fit into any size of a wall of other places.
Samsung displayed a 219″ version of the “The Wall” at CES which is controlled by a dedicated tablet that can be used to control the display.
The Micro LED technology is modular, i.e. you can fit them like Lego and make it as large as you want, and it’s borderless, so you don’t see any lines between two modules.
“The Wall” can automatically maintain or adjust aspect ratio so that any size of the video is displayed without problems.
Samsung also unveiled its 8K resolution QLED TV which pushes the display technology to the edge.
The 2019 QLED 8K televisions can upscale any content with embedded processors capable of doing
2) Robotics Companions inhabit the Samsung City
Samsung, just as it has led in other areas, has created robotic companions that promises to enrich users’ lives.
Samsung unveiled three different types of robots at Samsung City.
a) Samsung Bot Retail
Samsung’s Bot Retail is targeted towards retail market and it can make placing orders and accepting payments easier.
b) Samsung Bot Care
Samsung’s Bot Care is a specialised to provide healthcare and is capable of measuring user’s heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, and sleeping state. Bot Care also can remind them to take their medicine on time.
c) Samsung Bot Air
Samsung’s Bot Air detects pollution and purifies the air. Using advanced sensors it detects the source of the pollution and cleans accordingly.
3) Connected Car’s journey from Concept to Reality
Samsung exhibited the latest version of its Digital Cockpit platform that personalises, connects and increased security throughout a suite of IoT solutions.
Using 5G, AI, and IoT technologies, Samsung is building a connected car experience that is personalised and sage. The exhibit at CES 2019 also show how the Digital Cockpit’s Bixby and SmartThings support allows users seamless controll over their home’s IoT devices, even when they’re in a car.
That’s it, is there anything interesting that you saw at CES?