Consumer Technology Association Selects Ekin as CES 2021 Innovation Awards Honoree

PSC Online / 15.01.2021

NEW YORK, NY (Jan. 13, 2021) – Ekin, a global leader in next generation smart city technology solutions announced its Ekin Spotter has been selected by the Consumer Technology Association as a CES 2021 Innovation Award Product in the Smart Cities category. The annual CES Innovation Awards honor outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products.

Ekin’s smart city solutions powered by artificial intelligence give public sector, businesses and law enforcement agencies dynamic data collection tools to support traffic management, environmental analyses and surveillance. From the analysis of traffic patterns to help prevent auto accidents and reduce carbon emissions, to parking management and red light enforcement, the Ekin Spotter is the first and only smart city device that combines multiple functions into one product. The Ekin Spotter was awarded Golden A’ Design Award honors in 2018.

“The Ekin Spotter”s adaptive design uses high-resolution video and environmental sensors powered by artificial intelligence to turn everyday cities into smart cities,” said Akif Ekin, founder and chairman of Ekin. “We are honored to be selected by the prestigious CES Innovation Awards as a leader in smart city solutions, as we work together to improve lives with high tech, low-cost solutions.”

The CES Innovation Awards is an annual program recognizing honorees in a multitude of consumer technology product categories. CES 2021 brings together businesses, thought leaders, policymakers, media and the broader tech community to launch products, build brands and form partnerships.

As an honoree in the smart cities category, the Ekin Spotter is highlighted for its sleek design and adaptability, giving users key smart city capabilities, including automatic license plate recognition, traffic violation detection, surveillance, environmental analysis, speaker and Wi-Fi hotspot modules within a single structure, reducing the need for mass devices. Using Ekin’s proprietary Red Eagle operating system, users centrally manage secure data collection, storage and analysis.

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