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SMK Electronics to Show New Automation Interface Controls, Automotive In-Dash Displays, Camera Modules and Connectors, and Advanced OEM Remote Control Solutions at CES 2019

01/08/2019 | 10:27am EST

SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A., a division of SMK Corporation, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of OEM remote controls and consumer electronics components, announced today that it will introduce a new family of building automation interface controls and network components, the latest automotive in-dash displays, HD camera modules and high speed connectors, plus a new family of advanced OEM remote control solutions this week at International CES 2019 (LVCC, booth #21463, South Hall-1), along with new home automation interface controls and wearable solutions (Sands Expo & Convention Center, booth #41518).

“With Smart Home revenues alone reaching $20,529M in 2018, the U.S. home automation market is forecast to grow at 16% annually--reaching a projected market volume of $37,262M by 2022,” said Paul Evans, President, SMK Electronics Corporation. “Through our IP500® Alliance partnerships, SMK Electronics is well positioned, both in the U.S. and Europe markets, to provide a wide range of commercial building automation components, enabling security, energy control and comfort sub-systems management within the same IoT Wireless Network.

“We are also very pleased to be showcasing new automotive-grade in-dash displays, camera modules and high-speed connectivity components,” added Mr. Evans. “The integration of technology into auto manufacture is now mainstream, with rear-facing camera systems required in new automobiles produced in the U.S. SMK Electronics is uniquely positioned, through local R&D and manufacturing facilities, to supply the industry with robust, cost-effective, automotive-grade components.

“Additionally, SMK Electronics will introduce a new generation of advanced OEM remote control solutions this year at CES,” concluded Mr. Evans. “Utilizing the latest industrial designs, communications and interface technologies, SMK’s advanced home entertainment remote controls offer entertainment service providers a broad choice of remote control form factor, user interface, wireless communications and customization options–delivered in a cost-effective, just-in-time remote control solution.”

About SMK Electronics

SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A., the U.S. division of SMK Corporation, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of OEM remote controls and electronic components. Through local R&D and manufacturing facilities, in coordination with SMK’s worldwide manufacturing centers, SMK Electronics is uniquely positioned to provide the most technologically advanced, robust, cost-effective OEM solutions available. Learn more at http://www.smkusa.com/.

*IP500 is a registered trademark of CoreNetiX GmbH.


© Business Wire 2019
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