Multiple Awards Reflect Goodix's Achievements in Improving Human Interface Consumer Experiences Through Innovation
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 10, 2015) - CES 2016 - Goodix Technology, Inc., a world leader in Human Interface solutions, announced today it has won two prestigious International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 Innovation Awards for products exemplifying outstanding design and engineering. The Invisible Touch Fingerprint Sensor and Touch Screen Enables Sharing Through Screen Itself both won in the Embedded Technologies product category.
"Winning multiple CES awards as a relatively new entrant into the U.S. market and being the first Chinese IC Company to win this category award underscores Goodix's commitment to innovation in human interface and fingerprint biometric sensing technologies," said David Zhang, CEO of Goodix. "We are delivering incredible fingerprint sensing experiences to users by following an ingenious approach to product design. By focusing on people's desires while understanding their needs, Goodix strives to make human interface technology in mobile phones, tablets, notebook computers, wearables and other mobile devices more secure and even easier to use and enjoy."
Goodix provides high-performance mobile fingerprint sensors, including a complete portfolio of undercover sensors, glass/sapphire cover button sensors and polymer coating button sensors. Goodix solutions include chips that use patented technology to enable secure fingerprint identification on mobile devices along with the ability to simultaneously wake up and unlock these devices with a single touch.
2016 CES Innovation Winning Innovations and Products
Invisible Touch Fingerprint Sensor
Goodix invented the first invisible fingerprint sensor, concealed under the front glass of the touch panel enabling device manufacturers to establish fingerprint authentication without a physical button, creating sleek smartphones and small wearables with enhanced biometric security.
Touch Screen Enables Sharing Through Screen Itself
The touch screen technology enables you to transfer, share files and set up an ad-hoc interpersonal network using your smartphone's touchscreen, without requiring NFC or antennas. It utilizes the electrical field of the screen, for smartphones to communicate device to device by simply placing the touch screen faces near each other.
The CES Innovation Awards, held annually since 1976 in conjunction with the International CES in Las Vegas, is one of the most prestigious awards programs in the consumer electronics industry. The awards cover 29 product categories and products are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, engineers, and trade journalists.
Entries are evaluated on their engineering, aesthetic and design qualities, intended use/function and user value, how the design and innovation of the product directly compares to other products in the marketplace and unique/novel features present. Products chosen as CES Innovation Honorees reflect innovative design and engineering in some of the most cutting edge tech products and services coming to market.
About Goodix Technology, Inc.
Goodix Technology, Inc., part of Shenzhen Huiding Technology Co. Ltd., is a leading technology provider of human interface and fingerprint authentication for biometrics, mobile payments and touchscreen markets that bring a secure mobile world to users' fingertips. Since its inception in 2002 in Shenzhen, China, Goodix Technology has consistently adhered to the principle of independent research and development of its core technologies. Goodix is now recognized as a world-class developer of advanced touch-sensitive and fingerprint recognition solutions, and a key provider of high-quality touch screen controllers for smartphones, tablets, portable devices and wearables. Goodix has offices in Silicon Valley, Southern California, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Chengdu and Taipei.
- ^ Goodix Technology, Inc. (www.goodix.com)
- ^ International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 Innovation Awards (www.cesweb.org)
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