This is part 1 of a 2 part video.
I was asked by Aving.net to judge 8 of the Korean startups that came to CES 2019 to present and get noticed by investors and companies. In this first video, we look at the following 4 companies:
This company basically looks for trademarks and patents in other countries to make sure there are no complications when their client introduces their product in a new market. With that research, companies can open their doors for communication and possibly avoid any disputes.
Chang Dae Tech
Chang Dae uses Blockchain with real estate transactions. If you want to get a property in Korea, for example, you can do business with the other company, and currency issues will seem seamless.
Construction Machine Simulator
If you are learning to operate heavy machinery (fork lift, cranes, etc), you want to have logged many hours in a simulator. CMS is a system that gives you that experience. The equipment will cost you about $15k, but you get a VR system with hardware that simulates the machine you want to learn to use.
It would also make an awesome gaming cockpit.
Protostar Share Space
If you have a mall with empty office space, Protostar Share Space works such like an AirBnB to put businesses in your spaces. This is perfect for businesses that don’t need store fronts year round, and can get foot traffic to their company. The retail land owner gets buildings filled so they can assure patrons to come back.