Hancom Intelligence, participated in’AI EXPO 2021′

Released artificial intelligence (AI) platform’NARU AI’, AIoT-based smart store’Hi.Store’, etc.

Hancom Intelligence (CEO Chang-Geon Ji), a consolidated subsidiary of Hancom MDS, participated in the ‘2021 International Artificial Intelligence Exhibition (AI EXPO KOREA)’, which will be held from the 24th (Wed),  Show off the service.

At this exhibition, Hancom Intelligence introduced its own AIaaS (AI as a Service) platform’NARU AI’ and AIoT (Intelligent Internet of Things)-based smart store service’Hi.Store’. We propose a variety of solutions necessary for building a smart business environment.

In particular, Hancom Intelligence will be the first to introduce a “NARU Live” service that automatically translates video content such as real-time broadcasts, movies, and lectures, including voice conversations, into multiple languages. NARU Live was developed based on the NARU AI platform, and supports viewers to enjoy video content in the language of their choice.

In addition, Hi.Store, a smart store service based on AI-based facial recognition, is a service that automatically manages devices in the store, and it is possible to adjust lighting by situation and detect fire according to leakage current. Can be provided. In addition, through the AIoT-based heat check and history management system’Hi.DAL’, it is possible to check whether customers are wearing heat and masks, and automatically control the air purifier through air quality measurement.

Oh Soon-young, CTO of Hancom Intelligence, said, “By participating in this exhibition, we will showcase Hancom Intelligence’s differentiated AI solutions and services, and provide an opportunity to cooperate with customers who need smart business solutions.” It is expected that the collaboration between streaming companies and live commerce broadcasters will be of great help in introducing Korean video contents and various products to Korean Wave fans that are widely spread abroad.”

On the other hand, Hancom Intelligence, which was separated from Hancom MDS in July last year, is currently leading Hancom Group’s artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT), and is developing embedded hardware design and simulation business.