September 17, 2015

16Lab receives the First Prize at the Japan-UK Tech Awards

Kamakura, Japan — September 17, 2015 — 16Lab, developer of OZON™ – a platform for next-generation computing experience – received the First Prize at the Japan-UK Tech Awards. The award ceremony was held today at the British Embassy in Tokyo. Ko Kijima, 16Lab Inc. CEO, received a certificate from Tim Hitchens, British Ambassador to Japan. 

As an extra prize, 16Lab was invited to a week-long special visit program to the UK and is entitled to use an office space in London for the next 12 months free. 16Lab and other winners of the event were also invited to a luncheon with the Ambassador in the Ambassador’s Residence at the British Embassy.



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16Lab Inc.

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.

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