Australian export pavilion to debut at CES tomorrow

By James Wells in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS: Nine Australian companies will be showcased inside the Australian Pavilion at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas when the exhibition officially opens tomorrow.

The pavilion has been organised by AEEMA chief executive, Angus Robinson, in conjunction with Australian Trade Commission regional director – Americas, Ian Wing as well as Australian Trade Commission – US technology team leader, Michelle Pflaum.

The pavilion is designed to provide the nine Australian companies with export opportunities, and to highlight the reasons that US businesses should consider Australian consumer electronics companies as partners.

The nine Australian companies involved in the Australian Pavilion at CES include:

— Digital Frames (Sydney, NSW) — supplier of digital photo frames that allow the download of images into digital frames, including the world’s first digital frame to include wireless technology.

— 3ivx Technologies (Sydney, NSW) — core product is a high quality MPEG-4 codec that allows content creators to effectively deliver audio and video at all levels of the video spectrum from High Definition Television (HDTV) down to video for mobile phones and embedded devices.

— Atdec (Sydney, NSW) — designs and manufactures visual mounting solutions for flat panel displays and supplies products to a range of client groups including banking and finance, commercial furniture suppliers, corporate business, government departments, hospitality, information technology, medical and health care, retail and tourism on a global basis.

— Bluebox Devices (Melbourne, Vic) — new technologies for the emerging digital lifestyle market such as its wireless touchscreen technology product.

— Cylo Technology (Sydney. NSW) — research and design company that aims to humanise technology through software and hardware, such as its 3style Mouse which enhances realism and control in video, audio and 3D environments.

— Deltacom (Melbourne, Vic) — specialist manufacturer of audio and video intercom systems. 

— Kableflags (Adelaide, SA) — manufacturer of labels for plugs and cables for consumer and trade applications.

— OZiQ (Perth,WA) — developer of next generation ‘all-in-one’ PC technology.

— Novita / Skunkworks (Perth, WA) – supplier of wall brackets and arms for LCD screens, projectors and computer screens.

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