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Samsung showcases future of connected living at CES 2019

KARACHI: Samsung Electronics Company Limited on Friday highlighted the company’s investment and leadership in AI, IoT, and 5G technologies, a statement said.




The investment will serve as building blocks for the company’s vision for connected living, it added.

The company also unveiled its future AI-powered robotics platforms, which can be used to manage activities of daily living, such as helping an aging population independently manage their health routine, it said.

“The year 2019 is Samsung Electronics 50th anniversary, and for the last five decades, we’ve been committed to bringing meaningful innovations to consumers everywhere,” said HS Kim, president and chief executive officer of Consumer Electronics Division, Samsung Electronics.

“In 2019, we’re taking things to the next level, and leveraging our industry leadership to make our vision of connected living a reality,” he added.

Driving Samsung’s connected living philosophy is the intelligence of things (IoT), 5G, and AI working together across devices, to create seamless experiences.

At its CES press conference in Las Vegas, the company explained how its work in these core technologies is enabling innovation throughout its product portfolio.

Since unifying the SmartThings app and introducing the SmartThings Cloud, the SmartThings ecosystem has grown significantly.

The number of registered SmartThings users has grown 220 percent and app installs have increased 61 percent. The number of partners participating in this ecosystem has also grown by 44 percent, the statement said.

Today, consumers can enjoy SmartThings experiences with devices from top global brands such as Amazon, Google, Bose, Sylvania, and Plume, it added.

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