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[CES 2024] LG Innotek’s CES booth attracts more than 60,000 visitors this year

By Jo He-rim

Published : Jan. 15, 2024 - 15:07

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LG Innotek's exhibition booth at the CES 2024 is packed with visitors. (LG Innotek) LG Innotek's exhibition booth at the CES 2024 is packed with visitors. (LG Innotek)

LG Innotek, the electronic component manufacturing unit under LG Group, said Monday that it had attracted more than 60,000 visitors to its exhibition booth during the CES 2024 tech show last week, a threefold increase from a year before.

“At this year’s CES, LG Innotek has positioned itself as a leading company in the field of future mobility as well as accelerating the acquisition of potential customers with highly scalable basic technologies,” said Moon Hyuk-soo, CEO of LG Innotek.

The company said the autonomous vehicle mockup installed in the center of the booth was its biggest draw. The mockup was equipped with 18 core electronic components for future mobility developed by LG Innotek, all of them placed in the positions they would be installed in a real vehicle.

LG Innotek said it showcased its differentiated solutions in sectors of sensing, communication, and lighting at the public booth, and operated a separate private booth to conduct customer meetings. The number of private meetings increased by 50 percent, compared to last year, the company said.

Among the key source technologies exhibited include camera modules, radar and lidar for autonomous driving.

The company also unveiled the Sensor Pod for the first time at the tech show. The Sensor Pod combines the advantages of its key source products into a single module based on optimized optical design and fusion sensor assembly capabilities, LG Innotek explained.

The communication modules for autonomous driving, such as LTE and 5G-V2X, were displayed as well, demonstrating the wireless communication technology the company had developed over the past 40 years.

The company's flagship substrate product flip-chip ball grid array, which is a key component for AI advancement, was introduced in more depth at the booth.

At the private booth, components for software-defined vehicles were also introduced, attracting numerous inquiries and requests for meetings from potential customers in the automotive industry, the company said.