Samsung Electronics Co.'s C-Lab showcases K-innovation at Europe's largest startup exhibition, paving the way for global market expansion.
South Korean electronic giant announced last week that C-Lab will present in-house ventures and outside startups nurtured by C-Lab at 2023 Viva Technology, held in Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, France, June 14-17.
VivaTech is Europe's largest startup trade show, which started in 2016, and this is the first time Samsung C-Lab is participating in VivaTech.
Samsung Electronics has set up a C-Lab exhibition space within the K-startup Pavilion organized by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups. The company will showcase four startups nurtured through the C-Lab in-house program, targeting its employees, and the C-Lab Outside program, targeting external startups.
Relumino is a visual aid solution for the visually impaired, consisting of the Relumino app, a smartphone software that utilizes residual vision to enhance object recognition, and the Relumino glasses, a wearable eyeglass-type device.
Started as a C-Lab in-house project in 2016 and further developed by Samsung Research to improve its completeness, the enhanced Relumino glasses, offering improved user convenience and comfort, will be presented at VivaTech. (...) Through C-Lab, Samsung Electronics has nurtured a total of 866 startups (391 internal and 475 external). The cumulative investment attracted by C-Lab startups, totaling 536 (61 spin-offs and 475 outside startups), amounts to 1.36 trillion won ($1.07 billion).