BY ORIENTAL HEAUS.COM, Las Vegas
Skyworth is showcasing its complete range of products at the 51st CES, which kicked off in Las Vegas on January 9, 2018.By exhibiting its proprietary technologies and cutting-edge products at the largest booth of South hall in the Las Vegas Convention Center, the home appliance maker showcases what Chinese innovation is capable of in a fast-moving industry on the cusp of transformation.
Skyworth is a leading Chinese producer of televisions, audio-visual products and home appliances.
Artificial intelligence or, more simply, AI, the catchword during 2017 for all that is new in technology, is set to gain traction for massive growth in terms of industrial application in 2018.
As the leader in developing key OLED technologies, promoting the development of the Chinese OLED industry and marketing OLED TVs in the Chinese domestic market on a large scale, Skyworth is exhibiting its proprietary AI chips at CES 2018, including key AI technologies, among them, precision smooth processing, dynamic object reconstruction and super 4K Ultra HD supplement.
A research and development engineer from Skyworth explained that the company’s OLED TVs equipped with AI chips leverage artificial intelligence to search, identify and refactor images as a means to accurately enhance image quality and restore the immersive aspect, delivering a more lifelike viewing experience.
With a focus on development of the spectrum of products dedicated to entertainment and convenience at home in concert with a commitment to best in quality in everything that it makes, Skyworth participates in CES with a full range of products as part of its efforts to further expand into international markets
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of Skyworth. The company has long been a technology leader in the Chinese color TV market thanks to its 30 years of experience in the household appliance industry as well as its ongoing commitment to quality and innovation. Skyworth has expanded its already wide-ranging portfolio and become a role model for Chinese household appliance makers who are planning their own move into international markets.