South Korean capital Seoul is one of the foremost tech-savvy cities within the world, and this has allowed the start-up community here to brim with solutions to tackle its issues.
The forthcoming tech event hosted by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, Start-Up Seoul: Tech-Rise 2019, could be a chance to gain access to venture investors and corporate representatives.
Also, throughout Exhibition on Seoul Innovations, guests are expected to urge a glimpse of the technology trend within the town in terms of computing, massive information and therefore the net of things.
One example is DroMii, a Seoul-based AI start-up that develops a street mapping service using drones that detects moving cars, which has various uses. One of them is that the cars can then be removed from the map image, and the empty road surface can then be analysed for cracks and potholes.
For Gatda, its AI-powered Ppaegi service is designed to tell people the cheapest way to dispose of household waste that cannot be thrown out using the regular collection system and aid household waste collection in Seoul.
Atlasen, in the meantime, uses IoT sensor modules to monitor and analyse indoor ultrafine dust, carbon dioxide, temperature, and humidity. Another IoT start-up, Wyhil will present products to gauge air quality and allow users to control them using a chatbot function.
Xpia, on the opposite hand, uses massive information for home fireplace interference, because it tracks a household’s gas usage, the temperature within the room and a voice recognition rule into massive information.
Aside from urban problems, guests will be ready to learn the way AI, IoT and different technologies by Seoul-based start-ups are applied in numerous use cases, as well as pet condition observation, neural audio synthesis, quantified self-movement chase, fashion recommendation, surgical video analysis, safe driving solutions, tunnel road observation, and electrical device management, among others.