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Found 13 articles associated to the institution Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI).
 
From robotic vision to instant Internet: ETRI showcases five consumer electronic technologies of the future
30-August-2018

Korea’s Electronic and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) will present some of their innovative advancements this week at Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA), the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show.

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ETRI’s Cup holder charges phones wirelessly
6-March-2018

A research team has developed a cup holder that wirelessly charges smart phones at the same rate as wired chargers. The charger uses magnetic resonance technology to generate and transfer energy from the cup to the electronic devices.

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Ultra-high speed Wi-Fi developed for Seoul’s subway trains
8-February-2018

A mobile hotspot network will enable riders on fast-moving trains to stream HD videos without interruption while underground, thanks in part to a newly-developed mmWave wireless backhaul technology. The first commercial service using this technology will debut later this year.

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Aldebaran5, Next generation autonomous vehicle computing platform in a single chip
26-January-2018

Researchers in South Korea have developed Aldebaran5, a processor for self-driving cars that provides high computing power as well as safety mechanisms to ensure reliability for automotive applications while exhibiting industry leading power efficiency in a tiny, smaller-than-a-nail-head size.

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Automatic language interpretation technology to be piloted at Winter Olympics
8-January-2018

The hands-free technology automatically translates between participants speaking different languages, allowing natural, uninterrupted conversations. It was adopted as the international standard in 2017.

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