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Oser Communications Group Las Vegas Wednesday, January 9, 2019 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH CES An interview with Richard Simone, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Hanwha Techwin America. CEDN: Who is Hanwha Techwin America? RS: Originally started as a photo imaging company, we've expanded into the security surveillance market and have become one of the leading manufacturers of cutting-edge security systems, IP cameras, digital video recorders and network-based systems. A couple of years back, we were called by a differ- ent name – Samsung Techwin America – the U.S. sub- sidiary of Samsung Techwin. After being acquired by Hanwha Techwin America Diversifies Business An interview with Kristopher Johnson, Director of Sales & Marketing, Petrics, Inc. CEDN: What's new and exciting at Petrics? KJ: Petrics just released the latest ver- sion of our award-winning Health & Nutrition App, improving customization and functionality overall. This update includes a major overhaul to the design, making each screen more user-friendly, informative and fun for pet parents when creating profiles for their furry family members. We also have an exciting new exclusive partnership SecuGen, a world leading optical fingerprint device and technology vendor, is pleased to announce it is showcasing the new Unity™ 20 Bluetooth fin- gerprint reader at CES. The Unity 20 Bluetooth is the world's first elegant- ly designed, low cost, fully programmable Bluetooth fingerprint reader. This versatile device features SecuGen's flagship U20 fingerprint sensor found in the Hamster Pro 20 product family but with Bluetooth capability that allows it to securely transfer fingerprint data wirelessly to a smartphone, tablet or PC. It is sleek and small enough to be carried in your pocket as a Trinseo plastics are intrinsic to the products we use in our lives every day. One of these prod- ucts is the new smart outlet from Currant, a California- based startup that creates smart home products designed to give consumers control over their homes – and their energy consumption. Currant introduced the Currant Smart Outlet, the first outlet on the market powered by artificial intelli- gence (AI), in November 2018. Consumers simply plug their home devices or appliances into it and, with a spe- cial app, receive a breakdown of their power usage in real time as well as personalized, easy-to-implement suggestions on controlling their energy expenses. Wireless charging is the new normal, with several new Qi- enabled phone models recently joining Apple and Samsung. Its popularity is understandable. It's now faster – supporting Apple and Samsung Fast Charge. It's convenient, and the positive effect of fewer cables in your car, home, office and the environment cannot be ignored. While there are many options to choose from when it comes to picking a wireless charger, the latest addition to the Scosche MagicMount line-up stands head and shoulders above the rest, thanks to its distinct design and unique functional advantages. First of all, it's available Continued on Page 47 P u l s e L A R S E N Antennas offers RF product inno- vations while providing full technical expertise to its customer base, which includes engineers, designers, IoT innovators, wireless carriers, smart grid, smart cities, transportation, medical device, wearables and automo- tive manufacturers. PulseLARSEN's FLEXible Antennas Family When your customers need an internal antenna for their devices … Pulse is FLEXible! PulseLARSEN Antennas Flex Family of internal FPC antennas are a perfect solution for IoT devices, set- top boxes, access points, utility applications, automotive, Continued on Page 49 Continued on Page 47 Petrics App with 5Strands Affordable Petrics Testing SecuGen Showcases New Fingerprint Reader at Show Scosche's MagicMount Charge 3 Vent: Cooler by Design Trinseo Provides Plastics for Smart Outlet PulseLARSEN 'Flex Family' and Multiband Series of Antennas Continued on Page 49 Continued on Page 47 Continued on Page 49 BOOTH #31106 BOOTH #MR46649 BOOTH #35232

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