TOKYO, June 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Aeronext Inc., a Tokyo-based company developing next-generation drones, will participate in "CES Asia 2019" to be held from June 11 (Tuesday) to 13 (Thursday) at Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) in the Chinese city. Aeronext will exhibit a Next INDUSTRY (R) prototype with its proprietary "4D Gravity (R)" center of gravity control technology, customized for bridge inspection work, and its "Next DELIVERY (R) mini" will also be featured at the event.
Image1: Next INDUSTRY (R) Custom Bridge Inspection Model
Image2: Next DELIVERY (R) mini
CES Asia is the Asian edition of the world's largest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held every January in Las Vegas, USA. CES Asia began in 2015 and this will be the 5th time it has been held. Aeronext received an invitation to an event preceding CES 2019, "Show Stoppers," for winning the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award at CEATEC JAPAN 2018 held in Japan last October. CES Asia will be the company's first full-scale event with an exhibition booth.
To promote its proprietary 4D Gravity (R) technology-licensing business in the Chinese market, Aeronext established "Aeronext Shenzhen Ltd." in May, which represents the first step in its global strategy. Aeronext sees China as the most important market for its global strategy in the coming year. This exhibition also serves as a platform to display Aeronext's technology and business model, as well as an opportunity to talk directly with potential partners regarding application development and customer development in China.
In the global market, as well as in Japan, Aeronext will continue to work towards the realization of a drone-based society and on the economic opportunities of new airspace.
About Aeronext Booth at CES Asia
Date: Tue., June 11, 2019-Thurs., 9:00-17:00 (till 15:00 on the last day)
Place: Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC)
Booth No.: Hall 5 6214
Aeronext presentation: Wed., June 12, 2019 (10:05-10:15) Hall 5 Startup Park Stage
About Aeronext Inc.
In order to develop the optimal design for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and multicopter airframes, Aeronext researches drone architecture. Aeronext's guiding principle for drone architecture is attitude control, and its center of gravity control, 4D Gravity (R). 4D Gravity (R) is the core of multiple strengths Aeronext brings to drone architecture.