Samsung’s vision extends from TVs for the blind to net zero emissions by 2050

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Samsung Electronics Vice President Jong-Hee (JH) Han, head of the DX Division (Device eXperience), led a keynote speech in which the company demonstrated its vision of net zero emissions by 2050 as well as television for the blind.

Han said Samsung will be 100% renewable and net zero-emissions by 2050, and the DX division (which makes TVs, phones and appliances) will be 100% renewable by 2027 and emit zero emissions. net emissions by 2030.

Samsung has provided a preview of Relumino Mode, which will appear on select Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs this year to help visually impaired people view content. Relumino mode accentuates contours, improving contrast and color for clearer content and easier to enjoy.

In addition, Samsung also displayed a new pair of Relumino glasses, first unveiled at CES 2018
as part of the project C-Lab startup accelerator, as well as its mobile application for image creation
better and more personalized experience.


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The company also showcases the latest artificial-use next-generation innovations and technologies.
intelligence (AI). Those experiences enabled by spatial artificial intelligence – as in JetBot AI+ – are laying the groundwork for better indoor experiences tailored to the dimensions and environments of your home.

Samsung’s JH Han speaks at CES 2023.

The connected experience also extends to your commute. Marcus Futterlieb from Harman debuts
Samsung and Harman’s plan to create a new level of intelligence, personalization and convenience
into the cabin experience (ICX). Harman Ready Care uses machine learning technology to collect and process data from car sensors to measure driver drowsiness and distraction, providing appropriate interventions to reduce risks and help improve driver health.

Han said Samsung Electronics is dedicated to the vision of a “more peaceful connected world” through technology that enhances people’s lives with smarter and more intuitive experiences. That connected world will also be more sustainable, he said during the company’s press event at CES 2023.

Samsung’s SmartThings and AI Energy modes use less power.

“We realized our vision was a big one,” said Han. “It’s about solving the real challenges of today and understanding the future needs and aspirations of consumers. It will take time, innovation and cooperation
with partners around the world. But we are committed to achieving it and have already started.”

Samsung announced that many of its TVs and smartphones use recycled materials, including recycled materials
plastic from the finishing mesh is removed, while the company’s home appliances, memory and 5G radio
network chipsets are contributing to energy savings for customers. In addition, Samsung’s connection
services, such as SmartThings Energy and AI Energy Mode, are also helping consumers save energy
and cut costs while reducing their overall climate impact.

Samsung also partnered with Patagonia, a leader in outdoor clothing, to discuss a partnership to combat the problem of microplastics – tiny particles commonly found in clothing and released into the ocean. Lake and river through laundry. Vincent Stanley, philosophy director at Patagonia, says companies have developed a new washing technology called the Microfiber Less Cycle, which is now being incorporated into Samsung’s washing machines, which can reduce 54% amount of microplastics released in a wash cycle.

Like the Microfibre Cycle, Samsung and Patagonia recently developed a new Less Microfiber Filter, which reduces microplastics waste by preventing them from escaping into the ocean at the end of the wash cycle.

Samsung also says SmartThings Home Monitor and SmartThings Pet Care can monitor and share alerts about anything unusual – for people and pets.

TV and Hue lighting

The focus on connected experiences also extends to the announcement of new partnerships, including a partnership with Philips Hue. Jasper Vervoort, general manager of Philips Hue, discussed a new way to sync content from Samsung TVs with Philips Hue lights through the Philips Hue Sync TV app, which can be downloaded from the TV’s app store Samsung. This is the first solution to sync lighting and content from Samsung TVs without additional hardware.

With more connected devices than ever before, Samsung also details how to innovate in security and privacy
will be key to building a connected device ecosystem. Samsung Knox Matrix will conveniently and securely synchronize credentials between devices, and protect sensitive information through multi-layer mutual monitoring enabled by private blockchain technology.

Samsung also launched a new Android smartphone, the Galaxy A14 5G, with longer battery life, better selfie quality, and expandable storage. The $200 smartphone is the most affordable 5G smartphone in the Galaxy family. It has a 13-megapixel front camera and a triple-lens rear camera and is packed with health monitoring features.

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