Kamakura, Japan — March 24, 2017 — 16Lab, developer of OZON™ – a platform for next-generation computing experience – joined the Japan pavilion at one of the largest tech events in the world, CeBIT, in Hannover, Germany. The participation was sponsored by NEDO, a Japanese government’s research promotion agency.
In 2017, Japan was an official partner country for CeBIT. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe himself graced the exhibition, and had a speech with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
According to CeBIT, around 200,000 visitors attended the event. The Japan pavilion, in particular, gathered a good amount of audience, and valuable connections were established both globally as well as within other Japanese startups and companies. During the event, 16Lab was honored to make a presentation at the Japan Pavilion’s official stage.
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16Lab is a startup which has gathered some of the best engineering minds from across the globe in order to develop the next generation human-centered computing platform towards the Smart City era. 16Lab is a fabless company focusing on development resources in its core competence, such as embedded security, ultra-low power consumption technology and super accurate 3D motion analyses. 16Lab is a recipient of the Japanese government’s subsidy program called the NEDO R&D Venture Support Program that supports highly competitive R&D-oriented innovative startups. Moreover, 16Lab was awarded top prizes at Japan-UK Tech Awards, CEATEC Innovation Awards (Home Entertainment) and EY Innovation Startup Award (IoT).