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Water surpasses solar as the GCC’s fastest growing renewable technology

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Water surpasses solar as the GCC’s fastest growing renewable technology


4148The cleantech industry saw a sudden growth in confidence for water technologies in 2014, according to EY’s 4th MENA Cleantech Survey Report that was launched at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi. The survey gauges the sentiment of senior industry executives on renewable energy implementation in the region.

Christian von Tschirschky, MENA Power and Utilities Leader, EY, says:
“A significant shift in the expectations of industry executives occurred during 2014 with regard to the growth of clean technologies in the MENA region over the next five years. Innovation in water technologies is helping drive energy efficiency in the region, especially given the mostly hot, arid climate. It’s interesting to note that water was mentioned less frequently as a growth area over the last three years, yet now it has become the leader in market potential over the next five years. Prospects for investment in water infrastructure in 2014 have also improved markedly over previous years.”

Solar was ranked second in terms of market potential over the next five years, although it was ranked first place over the past three years. Confidence in solar had been growing based on the announcements of new projects and policies in the region, owing to its low pricing and interest rates, and abundant solar resources.

Following water and solar in the survey results are green buildings and energy efficiency. These technologies may rise in importance over the coming years, given their highest return on investment and fastest payoff as well as the high levels of energy consumption in several MENA countries.

Nimer Abu Ali, Director, MENA Power and Utility, EY, comments: 
“Cleantech is finding widespread acceptance in the region. Technological breakthroughs in solar, wind and water are driving the increased importance of cleantech among regional leadership, legislators and government entities. Decreasing cost of solar and wind farms, coupled with the development of rooftop generation technology, are providing more options to countries to lower their dependency on fossil fuels. Future developments will see the region adopt technologies such as electric cars, smart metering and a host of other clean technologies.”

These rankings were mirrored closely in the GCC. Water technologies, for example, edged out solar as the fastest-growing cleantech technology. Energy efficiency and green buildings were also ranked third in the GCC. Due to climatic conditions and high energy usage, energy efficiency and green buildings will continue to remain a top priority for the GCC countries.

Challenges facing the development of cleantech

Across MENA, insufficient government policy frameworks and regulations continued to be the largest barrier to the development of the cleantech industry in 2014. This barrier has continued to grow in importance over the past few years.

Price competitiveness in 2014 remained the second most important barrier in the GCC. The sharp decline in cleantech prices over the past few years however, is not considered significant in the MENA region as cleantech is still considered to be too costly to deploy.


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Ecoplage brings its beach drainage technology to the Middle East

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Ecoplage brings its beach drainage technology to the Middle East


4136This year, the company is participating to the IWS exhibition to consolidate its presence on the Middle East market and settle new business opportunities. Ecoplage has implemented 7 systems in France and 1 in Dubaï in 2011 on the Madinat Al Jumeirah beach. This beach was suffering from severe erosion and was nourished regularly. 3 years after implementation, Ecoplage enabled to reduce the erosion significantly on this beach with no need for external sand nourishment.

Ecoplage is a French company which provides an ecological process against beach erosion coupled with the production and recovery of filtered sea water.
Discovered in 1982, the ecoplage system consists in placing drains under the beach, parallel to the coastline and linked to a pump station. It enhances water infiltration and deposit of sand, with no negative impact on the nearby coast or fauna and flora.



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Adionics adapts its AquaOmnes® disruptive desalination technology to existing desalination plants and to the oil and gas industry

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Adionics adapts its AquaOmnes® disruptive desalination technology to existing desalination plants and to the oil and gas industry


4117Adionics is pleased to announce, while taking part in the IWS 2015 exhibition in Abu Dhabi, the launch of variants of its AquaOmnes technology for existing plants by valuing their brines and for the oil and gas industry.

Adionics introduced AquaOmnes on the occasion of the last IFAT fair (Munich, May 2014); this technology removes salts from water by liquid-liquid extraction without the scaling barrier. A first pilot unit is being implemented in the United Arab Emirates.

These new variants of AquaOmnes mean we can:

propose a solution designed to desalinate brines from existing plants, making possible a significant improvement in water conversion rates and in the plant’s energy consumption without needing to engage in costly studies and major modifications;

and propose a desalination solution that is robust, more cost-effective, more compact, that works at ambient pressure and that makes it possible to highly concentrate the waste, thus meeting numerous technical, financial and environmental requirements of oil and gas producers, particularly offshore.

It’s important to remember that Adionics’ technology reduces a plant’s costs by nearly 30% in terms of CAPEX and at least 50% in terms of OPEX, compared to best-of-breed desalination solutions.

In this context, Adionics’ ambition is to conclude partnership agreements in the Gulf region and to have a local representation in the United Arab Emirates in 2015.

Adionics attends at the IWS 2015 exhibition in Abu Dhabi (January 19 – 22). Come and see us on booth 4415.


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WORLD FIRST TECHNOLOGY CONNECTS CYCLE HELMETS WITH CARS

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WORLD FIRST TECHNOLOGY CONNECTS CYCLE HELMETS WITH CARS


474In a ground-breaking collaboration, Volvo Cars, protective gravity sports gear manufacturer POC and Ericsson will present an innovative safety technology connecting drivers and cyclists for the first time ever at International CES in Las Vegas (6-9 January 2015).

The technology consists of a connected car and helmet prototype that will establish 2-way communication offering proximity alerts to Volvo drivers and cyclists and thereby avoid accidents. No car manufacturer has previously put a stake in the ground to help address the problem by using Connected Safety technology – until now.

The global growth in cycling continues unabated as commuters take to their bikes. This has resulted in an increase in serious cycling accidents, an issue that Volvo Cars and POC believes is unacceptable and requires an innovative and concerted effort to address. Volvo Cars’ City Safety system – a standard in the all new XC90 – is a technology that can detect, warn and auto-brake to avoid collisions with cyclists. It was the industry’s first step to seriously address cyclist safety. This commitment has paved the way for the innovative helmet technology concept, presented at International CES 2015.

Using a popular smartphone app for bicyclists, like Strava, the cyclist’s position can be shared through the Volvo cloud to the car, and vice versa. If an imminent collision is calculated, both road users will be warned – and enabled to take the necessary action to avoid a potential accident. The Volvo driver will be alerted to a cyclist nearby through a head-up display alert – even if he happens to be in a blind spot, e.g. behind a bend or another vehicle or hardly visible during night time. The cyclist will be warned via a helmet-mounted alert light.

The innovative concept is a result of an all-Swedish partnership between Volvo Cars, POC, the leading manufacturer of protective gear for gravity sports athletes and cyclists and Ericsson, the world leader in communications technology and services. The innovative, cloud-based safety concept has exciting development opportunities and will ultimately help save lives across the whole spectrum of “unprotected” road users.

Klas Bendrik, VP and Group CIO at Volvo Cars commented: “The partnership between Volvo Cars, POC and Ericsson is an important milestone in investigating the next steps towards Volvo Car’s vision to build cars that will not crash. By exploring cloud-based safety systems, we are getting ever closer to eliminating the remaining blind spots between cars and cyclists and by that avoid collisions.”

Stefan Ytterborn, CEO and Founder of POC added: “Our mission is to do the best we can to possibly save lives and to reduce the consequences of accidents for gravity sports athletes and cyclists. The partnership with Volvo Cars aligns very well with our mission and we are excited to see how we can contribute to bicycle safety and increase interaction between cars and cyclists alike”.

Per Borgklint, SVP and Head of Business Unit Support Solutions at Ericsson said: “There is perhaps no greater promise that the Networked Society holds than its ability to create connections that save lives. Our latest work with Volvo Cars to explore protecting the millions of cyclists on the road is just the latest example of innovation that can change the world. We are proud to support this critical initiative in conjunction with POC and remain committed to the pursuit of connectivity-driven advancements that create limitless new possibilities.”

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Agile Financial Technologies And Oracle To Showcase Wealth & Fund Management Technology

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Agile Financial Technologies And Oracle To Showcase Wealth & Fund Management Technology


462Agile Financial Technologies (Agile FT), a leading software product company servicing the banking, financial services and insurance sectors, today announced that together with Oracle they are holding exclusive conferences on Wealth and Fund Management technology, which address the investment management community in the United Arab Emirates. These conferences will be held on December 16th, 2014 at the Sofitel Abu Dhabi and on December 18th, 2014 at the Ritz Carlton DIFC, Dubai. Through presentations and discussions, experts from both companies will share how Agile FT’s technologies in wealth management, fund management and Oracle Financial Analytics will help customers plan, create and manage their wealth better.

“We are happy to partner with Oracle to host exclusive conferences for the investment management customers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. With the investment management sector in the UAE being subject simultaneously to substantial growth and increased regulatory oversight in terms of risk and limit management, it is now imperative that asset managers deploy investment management technology that can not only provide an intuitive, decision-support enabled front-office, but also provide a strong, straight to back engine, that manages risks, limits and accurate accounting. The UAE is increasingly been seen as the financial hub for the region with the jurisdiction and regulatory processes deemed to be at par with global markets. At these events, we plan to demonstrate how Agilis Investment Management Suite combined with Oracle Financial Analytics is a powerful offering for the investment management sector, ” says Kalpesh Desai, CEO, Agile FT.

Agilis Investment Management Suite (Agilis IMS) is a state of the art software product suite that automates the wealth and fund management operations of asset management companies and private banking and wealth management divisions of banks and financial service companies. Built on current state of the art Oracle technology, using Jdeveloper/ADF and leveraging Oracle 12c, Agilis IMS was ranked as the best Asset Management Software in the Middle East.

At the conferences, investment management companies will be able to see live demonstrations on how different aspects of wealth and fund management processes can be automated right from relationship management, managing risk and compliance, portfolio analytics, attribution analysis, benchmarking and portfolio rebalancing against model portfolios, and trade order management. The conference would also cover areas of valuations, risk and limits management, and extensive reporting including NAVs, unit holder management, and analytics using Greeks.


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Auto firms set to showcase latest technology at show

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Auto firms set to showcase latest technology at show


452The 36th edition of the Saudi International Motor Show 2014 (SIMS) gets ready to kick off Monday at Jeddah Center for Forums & Events.

The show, to be held with the support of Prince Mishaal bin Majid, is organized by Al-Harithy Company for Exhibitions (ACE) with the National Commercial Bank (NCB) as the main sponsor.

Scheduled to be held in Jeddah from Dec. 15 to 19, the Saudi International Motor Show will feature automobiles from US, Europe, Japan, Korea and China, the world’s leading auto brands including Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai, Honda, Isuzu, Kia, BYD, Lifan, Volkswagen, Geely, GM, Higer, Hino and Nor.

The five-day event offers visitors the chance to discover the latest technology in car manufacturing and design and provides a platform for trade professionals to come together. On display will be the latest models and technology in the automotive industry.

“There is no doubt that this year’s show will be one of the most exciting on record, from the greatest deals to the newest wheels,” said Zahoor Siddique, vice president of Al-Harithy Company for Exhibitions (ACE).

An action-packed schedule of entertaining and interactive features at the show includes the 4 x 4 test drive, drifting and go-karting organized by Nissan and modified cars to keep the young enthusiasts bound to the show for all an enthralling experience.

At the same time a special feature will be the “Children Test Drive area” which will allow children to test drive miniature vehicles with the sole purpose of introducing them to the rules of safe driving, following the traffic signal and other important aspects of driving.

AutoCare which is held concurrently with SIMS has developed over the last few years into a totally dedicated concurrent showcase for auto parts, accessories and maintenance equipment by more than 100 companies.


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GE Manufacturing Technology Center in Dammam marks 4th year of operation as regional hub for advanced gas turbine services

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GE Manufacturing Technology Center in Dammam marks 4th year of operation as regional hub for advanced gas turbine services


4129GE (NYSE: GE) is marking the fourth year of operations of the GE Manufacturing Technology Center in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, which has emerged as regional service and manufacturing hub and center of excellence for advanced gas turbines.

A part of the US$1 billion investment commitment by GE in the Kingdom, the GE Manufacturing Technology Center has been expanded significantly since its launch in 2011, and is now gearing up to manufacture the first high-efficient, heavy duty gas turbine in the Kingdom by 2016. With the ongoing expansion of the center, over 100 direct new technical jobs will be created and add to the technical competencies to manufacture 8-10 gas turbines per year, with room for expansion over time.

Underlining GE’s focus on supporting the Kingdom’s Saudization policy and to promote Saudi talent in technical careers, the center has achieved about 70 per cent Nationalization, with several additional job opportunities being created for Saudis. Since its launch, the center has created more than 700 jobs.

With over US$50 million in sourcing spend domestically to date, GE Manufacturing Technology Center serves over 70 customers from over 30 countries around the world, and has serviced over 550 gas turbines, to date. Further supporting Saudi Arabia’s focus on strengthening exports and manufacturing to boost economic growth and competitiveness, nearly 80 per cent of all parts assembled at the center are for external markets including Europe and the US as well as GE’s manufacturing facilities globally.

Also contributing to building a local supply chain, more than 150 gas turbine parts are being serviced in Saudi Arabia by qualified and trained Saudi suppliers, highlighting GE’s focus on supporting the Kingdom’s goal to enable the growth of small and medium enterprises, in turn, generating more jobs. Several Saudi suppliers are also involved in manufacturing parts for GE’s global gas turbine network as well as produce mechanical, fluid and electrical systems for power plants.

Mazin Al Bahkali – General Manager of Power Generation, Products and Services, GE Saudi, said: “The GE Manufacturing Technology Center is a compelling example of a strong business-driven, technology-centered ecosystem that contributes to the larger growth goals of the government. While it focuses on its core competency of supporting the region’s energy and power sectors with advanced gas turbine services, the center is also uniquely positioned as a catalyst for job creation, domestic manufacturing, export-oriented businesses, Saudi human capital development and the development of the SME sector.”

He added: “Since the inception of the center, GE has steadily invested in further strengthening its core operations and focused on training Saudi professionals to undertake the specialized job functions. We have also placed emphasis on building a local supply chain of Saudi suppliers who now contribute to the manufacturing processes of GE globally. With the center, we are delivering on our promises to the Kingdom.”

“The center is a true example of the effective integration of global technological strengths with local talent to create a new technical business model that adds value to the economy. We will continue to invest in the center and work with our partners and suppliers to further build the center as one of our global centers of excellence, as part of our long-term commitment to the Kingdom,” AlBahkali explained.

As part of upcoming expansions, the center will add enhanced repair operations and offer 320 ton lift capability in one of the new manufacturing buildings - a perfect fit for heavy duty gas turbine manufacturing.

Spread over an area of 120,000 sq ft, the GE Manufacturing Technology Center also has an advanced training center that offers the latest technology and managerial courses for students, field engineers and other power industry professionals. A Research & Development Center promotes localized innovation in the energy sector with a particular focus on the requirements of the Kingdom.

To support the creation of technical careers for Saudis, GE is training students at the GE Technical Academy, developed with the support of the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), GE and Saudi Technical & Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC). Over 500 Saudi students will be trained at the 50,000 sq m facility over five years. More than 200 of the 250 students in the first three batches have already joined GE’s various businesses in the Kingdom including the GE Manufacturing Technology Center.

Since supplying the turbo-machinery for its first oil expedition in 1942, GE has been a growth technology partner to Saudi Arabia. With three offices and six facilities, Saudi Arabia accounts for the largest GE workforce in the Middle East with over 1,400 employees driving the healthcare, transportation, power, oil & gas, water, and aviation businesses. More than 500 GE turbines currently generate over 50 per cent of Saudi’s electricity, and the company’s advanced technology supports the production of 150 million liters clean water daily, delivered to the country’s remotest corners.


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Shell Launches Shell Helix Ultra with Shell PurePlus Technology

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Shell Launches Shell Helix Ultra with Shell PurePlus Technology


4106Shell Lubricants in the Middle East, Central Asia and Pakistan, today announced the launch of a next generation motor oil, Shell Helix Ultra with Shell PurePlus Technology - the company’s most advanced motor oil ever, featuring a base oil developed from natural gas. A launch event took place at the iconic Gate in Dubai’s International Financial Centre (DIFC) area, where VIP guests and industry leaders were hosted by Mr. Amr Adel, Regional General Manager, Commercial Fuels and Lubricants, Middle East, Central Asia and Pakistan, and Mr. Romi Arman, Cluster Marketing Manager.

In his welcome speech, Mr. Adel highlighted how Shell is pioneering an entirely new way to produce premium motor oils through a revolutionary gas-to-liquid (GTL) process to design a pure, synthetic base oil which delivers higher levels of cleansing and protection.

Mr. Amr Adel, said, “Shell Helix Ultra with PurePlus Technology harnesses the power of gas to produce a next generation motor oil, bringing together over 40 years of research and development in one new motor oil. It is our most advanced motor oil and is designed to meet the needs of today’s engines. With Shell PurePlus technology, Shell Helix Ultra is able to keep engines close to factory clean[1] and we are proud to make it available to customers in Middle East, Central Asia and Pakistan”

Shell PurePlus Technology converts natural gas into a crystal-clear base oil with virtually none of the impurities found in crude oil for use in premium, synthetic lubricants. Base oils are the main component of finished motor oils, making up on average 75-90% of the end product. This next generation base oil is then enhanced with Shell’s unique additive ingredients to create the company’s most advanced fully synthetic motor oil ever; Shell Helix Ultra with PurePlus Technology.

In hot climates as experienced in the region, oil is prone to exceeding its normal operating temperature. As a premium synthetic oil, Shell Helix Ultra with PurePlus Technology is less prone to thinning at high temperatures, which is good for drivers in the region. The ability of the oil to function well in different climate conditions ensures that the engine is well protected and is constantly being cleansed.

Mr. Romi Arman said, “This is our most advanced motor oil ever. The unique combination of Shell PurePlus Technology with Active Cleansing Technology enables Shell Helix Ultra to deliver even higher levels of cleansing and protection. Shell Helix Ultra is already being used as a factory fill-oil by a number of leading manufacturers[2] and including Ferrari. This gives drivers confidence in the quality of the motor oil and its ability to provide the best performance.”

The Shell Helix Ultra range also combines Shell PurePlus Technology with Active Cleansing Technology to deliver higher levels of protection against build-up of engine deposits and unsurpassed sludge protection[3]. The product provides superior wear and corrosion protection[4] which can help to extend engine life and reduce maintenance costs. Fuel economy benefits vary with viscosity grade, but certain products within the Shell Helix Ultra with PurePlus Technology range can deliver an improvement of up to 3% in fuel economy[5].

Shell PurePlus Technology base oils are produced at the Pearl Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) plant in Qatar; a partnership between Shell and Qatar Petroleum. This facility is the world’s largest gas-to-liquids facility, and can produce approximately one million tonnes of base oils per year.

The new Shell Helix Ultra with PurePlus Technology range is currently being rolled out across the region.






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Meta Byte arms enterprises with award winning data protection technology

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Meta Byte arms enterprises with award winning data protection technology


442Meta Byte Technologies, the next generation technology consulting company has announced the launch of Watchful Software’s RightsWATCH 6.0, an award winning data-centric information security solution in the Middle East. This newest version extends RightsWATCH’s leading-edge information protection capabilities to strengthen the dynamic watermarking and automatic classification policies on Mobile devices. Companies can now take dual benefit of Data Classification and Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) enhancing the user experience for enterprise mobile strategy.

RightsWATCH 6.0 also extends support for Arabic language. “This means, if the content in the e-mail, document, Excel sheet, or PowerPoint presentation to be protected, is in Arabic language, automated classification policies can be applied,” explains Salil Dighe, the CEO at Meta Byte Technologies. “All these policies can be centrally defined and thus, RightsWATCH 6.0 simplifies the manageability of the rights management server, further enabling organizations to better utilize RMS and increase the ROI on MS RMS investments.”

According to Dighe, generally organizations invest in two solutions for data protection – this includes classification and tagging, and enterprise rights management. RightsWATCH is the only solution which allows organizations to seamlessly integrate both these areas and save costs as opposed to investing in two different technologies. “This reduces capital expenditure and operational cost, thus significantly impacting the overall IT security efficiency. At the same time, it also creates awareness on the organizations’ data protection strategies within the end-user community,” adds Dighe.

RightsWATCH 6.0 makes it even easier to consume RMS protected files, such as those from Microsoft Office and others, on the mobile device regardless of origin (email, internet, file shares, and so on). The enhanced features are currently available for iOS and Android devices, offers integration with key MDM vendors, thus making it easier for companies to get a fast ROI by extending the information security paradigm to the mobile platforms with little additional effort.

Meta Byte Techologies will use RightsWATCH 6.0 to provide its users and customers the very best user experience and convenience, by allowing them to fully handle RMS-protected emails as well as Office and PDF on their smartphones and tablets. “For regulatory, compliance, and audit enhancements, RightsWATCH 6.0 now allows dynamic watermarks to be automatically added to MS Office and PDF files. The location of headers, footers and watermarks is customizable by administrators and can contain not only pre-defined text such as an information classification, but also real-time variables such as the user email and username, IP address, or date/time,” explains Joao Esteves, the Regional Sales Director for EMEA at Watchful Software.

Dighe further adds that dynamic watermarking reminds users of the document classification, such as “Company Confidential”, and the user-specific information shown on the document acts as a deterrent to unauthorized redistribution of the document. If a printed copy of a sensitive document shows up someplace it shouldn’t – the source of unauthorized redistribution can be determined by simply looking at the watermark.

“RightsWATCH is a state-of-the-art data-centric information security solution that ensures that sensitive information can only be used by those that have express authority to do so. Even if sensitive data is leaked, it is rendered useless to unauthorized parties that may acquire it. Leveraging Data Classification, Information Rights Management and Data Loss Prevention in a single solution, RightsWATCH keeps sensitive data safe and secure regardless of whether it is at rest, in motion, or in use – even if it’s totally outside your network perimeter,” concludes Dighe.



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LG Honored At (EISA) 2014-2015 Awards For Its OLED TV Technology, Its G3 Smartphone, And Other Innovations

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LG Honored At (EISA) 2014-2015 Awards For Its OLED TV Technology, Its G3 Smartphone, And Other Innovations


4164LG Electronics (LG) was awarded on August 15, 2014, the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) 2014-2015 Awards for its OLED TV technology. These Awards consolidate LG’s leadership in the home entertainment category worldwide. The (EISA) Awards went also for LG’s Smart+ TV, SoundPlate and its flagship LG G3 smartphone.

The winner of EISA’s European High-End TV 2014-2015 award, is the LG’s 77-inch 4K OLED TV; the first TV to incorporate 4K resolution with a state-of-the-art OLED display. This combination of the latest in advanced display technology ensures sharp, detailed images and infinite contrast ratio.

The winner of the European Smart TV 2014-2015 award, was the LG 55-inch Smart+ TV that offers crisp, clear Full HD images with accurate colors, deep contrast and a wide viewing angle.

EISA’s European HT Soundbase 2014-2015 award was bestowed on the LG SoundPlate Designed to fit conveniently and unobtrusively under a TV, the slim SoundPlate is a complete all-in-one home entertainment solution.

The highly acclaimed LG G3 was also honored by EISA this year, receiving the European Advanced Smartphone Award for 2014-2015. The LG G3 set a new precedent as a device developed primarily from consumer feedback and its philosophy, Simple is the New Smart. Its breathtaking Quad HD display and 13MP OIS+ camera with Laser Auto Focus were designed to quickly and easily capture and show life’s special moments. The proprietary software found in the LG G3 features innovations such as Smart Keyboard, Smart Notice and Knock CodeTM for a simply convenient, simply clever and simply safer user experience.

Commenting on this landmark achievement by LG on the European Continent, Hyun-hwoi Ha, President and CEO of LG’s Home Entertainment Company said: “It is a great thrill and honor to have our products recognized by an organization as widely respected as EISA. LG will continue to push the limits of technology and design in our effort to meet the needs of consumers around the world who look to LG to deliver the best that the industry has to offer.”






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