Menlo Park, April 5, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) April 5, 2022-Menlo Park, California. CEO Kono Kim and his team of LED technology innovators at Kono Corporation Ltd. and its U.S. branch, Kono America Inc., are aiming to create products that are simple to use and catch the eye.
Kono Kim is an engineer and designer from Seoul, Korea, who now lives in Silicon Valley. A lifelong passion for design has led Kim to develop products that use LED imaging technology.
It is worth noting that Kono’s products have been featured in MarketWatch, Tech Podcasts Network, Silicon Review, and Gadget Flow just recently.
The S-Light is an emergency warning device that can be used on any type of vehicle. Roadside emergency kits should include S-Light. Like insurance, it’s essential to have even if you never plan to use the coverage you’ve purchased for your loved ones. Drivers who have to be in their vehicles for business, family road trips, or just everyday life need a vehicle with a GPS system. In the event of a vehicle emergency, drivers can use it to take immediate action. Primary safety benefits include the prevention of subsequent collisions between other vehicles and objects.
The S-Light displays the messages “HELP,” “SOS,” and a warning triangle while rotating. Magnets on the roof, hood, or trunk of the car allow it to be seen at eye level up to 660 feet away. The Kono America LED Products Website and other websites, such as Walmart, Amazon, Sharper Image, and Hammacher Schlemmer, offer it for purchase.
At CES in January, Kono unveiled SHOU, their second product. The SHOU is an IoT digital signage system that can be customised. Using SHOU’s technology, a message can be displayed in mid-air at any time. Use it to create eye-catching messages that catch the eye of your target audience. In order to send personalised messages, users can choose from a wide variety of fonts, colours, and languages in the app that corresponds to their device. Later this year, the Kono Shou will be released.
Multiple awards have been given to Kono products by K-Safety, Seoul Made, and AAPEX, where Kono was awarded the “Ahead of the Curve” award in the Product Safety Category for its products.