Based in Grenoble, France, motion sensing and control company Movea has announced Korean representation. Actron Co., Ltd, based in Seoul, will promote Movea’s SmartMotion technology as part of the company’s planned expansion into Asia. Actron will also head Movea’s business development activities in Korea.
“The Asia Pacific market is a key part of our globalisation plans and some of the world’s leading consumer electronics companies are based out of Korea,” said Bryan Hoadley, Movea’s Executive VP WW Sales & Marketing and President Movea Inc. “Korean Consumer Electronics companies are leading the pace of innovation throughout the world and Movea is excited to be working closely with them. The presence of a Movea representative in this area will ensure that our customers receive the best local support possible. Actron has considerable experience in the MEMS and motion control area which will be invaluable in promoting our technology as well as assisting customers finding the best solution for their products from concept to delivery.”
Steve Choi, Founder and President of Actron added, “We have well established contacts within the television, remote control and STB manufacturing industries. They are constantly seeking innovative solutions to increase user satisfaction for their next generation of products. Movea’s MoveTV platform provides the PayTV ecosystem players the technology components to enable intuitive motion control and advanced gesture recognition, replacing the button overloaded remotes to control digital home entertainment system.”
Movea has extensive experience in guiding customers through the implementation of SmartMotion technology. Actron will serve as a local extension of Movea’s know how to help partners and customers select the right combination of MEMS sensors along with Movea’s solution to meet their product needs and short time to market.
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