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Impact X Summit 2024 convenes in a bid to bolster Australia's COP31 bid

SYDNEY, April 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Australia's largest climate and nature summit, Impact X, is this year aiming to bolster Australia's COP31 bid by uniting hundreds of international climate experts in supercharging Australia's net zero, nature-positive transformation. Impact X Summit The Summit will showcase over 200 speakers from across the globe throughout the two-day event, all with the common goal of propelling Australia and the world towards a more sustainable and prosperous future. This year's theme, "Climate & Nature 2030: Accelerating Partnerships for Shared Growth" will centre on the latest scientific advancements, strategic approaches, opportunities, and case studies aimed at achieving Australia's 2030 climate and nature goals. Decision-makers from across industry, government, investment, academia, community groups, and the technology and sustainability ecosystems will come together to explore how we can deliver on the Paris agreement for net zero emissions and achieve the global goals for nature committed at the Kunming-Montreal biodiversity COP 15. Thematics will include building sustainable supply chains, scaling investments in nature, integrating nature-based solutions into business strategies, transitioning to electric vehicles (EVs), developing sustainable energy and fuel industries, advancing decarbonisation across various sectors, aligning on economic transformation, and more. Notable speakers include The Minister of Climate Change and Environmental Protection, Hon. Ralph Regenvanu; Chairman of the National Reconstruction Fund, Martijn Wilder; Australia's Ambassador for Climate Change, Kristin Tilley; Founding Director of the Gaimaragal Group, Susan Moylan-Coombs; and Chief Executive Officer of Beyond Zero Emissions, Heidi Lee. Notable sponsors also include the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), CSIRO, Australia's national science agency and climate, tech, and finance investment & PR firm, Third Hemisphere. Since the event launched in 2021, it has fostered knowledge-sharing, connections, and partnerships to facilitate multi-sector collaboration for a net-zero nature-positive future, making it a vital platform for Australian climate action, according to Impact X. Tony Gourlay, Co-founder and Director of Impact X said: "At this year's Impact X Summit, coinciding with Earth Day, our mandate is more ambitious than ever, focusing on the economic transformation imperative for Australia. The summit aims to catalyse and accelerate the net zero transition through unprecedented multi-stakeholder collaboration." "The summit aims to bridge the gap between current practices and ambitious targets. It is not merely a discussion forum but a critical platform for accelerating actionable change. By working together, and working faster, we aim to not only meet but exceed the pivotal challenges of our time." Michael Battaglia, Mission Lead Towards Net Zero at CSIRO, said: "We are each trialling and experimenting with approaches aimed at one of the hardest things we've ever tried to do to the economy. The net zero transition is being realised through the actions of many individuals and organisations.  I'm looking forward to learning about what has worked, what hasn't, and what we can do together to accelerate the rate of change. Linh Do, Chair of the Climate Action Network Australia and Pacific, said: "I'm excited to see the conversation shift towards the immense opportunities a green transition brings – not just for our economy and planet, but crucially, for people. This can be a double-edged sword, and at Impact X, we'll be diving deep into ensuring a just transition. We'll explore how to empower young climate champions with career paths in sustainability, and how to equip those in potentially impacted industries with retraining opportunities. It's about building a future where everyone thrives." Leslie Schultz, Founder & Chair, Ngadju Conservation Aboriginal Corporation, said: "We've been custodians of Country since the beginning of time.  We do this by understanding that we are part of the lands where our ancestors' connections continue. Our Elders have taught us we are responsible for the whole community, all living things, our sacred sites & those ongoing generations yet to be born. The broader non-Indigenous community could learn much about sustainability & caring for Country from First Nations mobs." Dermot O'Gorman, Chief Executive Officer at WWF, said: "While we live in an era of disruption and uncertainty, we also have more information than ever about the problems and potential game-changing solutions. Crises can trigger a scarcity mentality, but we need to adopt a mindset that views, what are often described as unsolvable challenges, as amazing opportunities to deliver a regenerative future. Impact X is a chance to join forward-thinking leaders and explore how we can transform our mindset to be regenerative change-makers." The Impact X Summit will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney between Monday 22nd until Tuesday 23rd April with tickets available here and the full speaker list here. Socially responsible businesses and companies committed to sustainability are urged to attend the two-day event. Impact X is Australia's global climate conference organiser, bringing together industry, government, investors, and other stakeholders to catalyse solutions to climate change, restore the natural environment, and create the sustainable systems of the future. With its Impact X Summits, the company supports the growth and scaling of climate investment, technologies, and net zero innovation. Third Hemisphere is a leading APAC-based PR and investment agency specialising in technology, finance, sustainability and climate, for innovators, leaders and investors who are breaking new ground and changing the world. Our mission is to help clients lead the conversation to create impact and become category leaders, through strategic and integrated communications across tier-1 news media, social, and digital channels. This drives commercial outcomes with their investors, customers, partners, talent, and governments. We also create and implement investment strategies and investor comms that drive the success of fast-growth technology ventures. Third Hemisphere was awarded 2024 Mumbrella PR Agency of the year, the 2023 Mumbrella Boutique Agency of the Year and 2023 SABRE Best Financial Services Campaign. Founder and Managing Director, Hannah Moreno, has also been awarded Mumbrella's 2023 PR Professional of the Year, shortlisted for Mumbrella's 2024 PR Leader of the Year, and was also finalist for 2023 PR Agency Head of the Year at the PR Asia Awards and the 2021 Women in Finance Awards.

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DFI and Outdoor LCD Manufacturer ODHitec Introduce Charging Station Solutions at EVS37

DFI and ODHitec showcase innovative Panel PC to enhance durability and performance in outdoor environments TAIPEI, April 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- DFI, the world's leading brand in embedded motherboards and industrial computers, has announced that it will participate in the 37th International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS37) alongside ODHitec, a Korean manufacturer and distributor of outdoor LCDs. Together, they will introduce solutions for electric vehicle charging stations. These solutions successfully prevent the blackening of the LCD surface that occurs when they are exposed to temperatures above 70°C and provide reliability in harsh operating environments, thereby enhancing user experience and device durability. DFI and Outdoor LCD Manufacturer ODHitec Introduce Charging Station Solutions at EVS37 Founded in 1969, the International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition is held annually in different countries and is the most influential new energy electric vehicle conference and exhibition in the world. The 37th symposium will be held in Seoul, Korea, and is expected to attract industry leaders from 60 countries to discuss and share in-depth insights and innovative achievements in new energy electric vehicles. This event not only promotes global cooperation and exchange, but also advances the sustainable development of the entire industry. The Korean government has expressed plans to accelerate the electric vehicle charging station industry. Their goal is to increase Korea's charging station market share to 10% globally by 2030 to support the competitiveness of charging station operators. That is why DFI has partnered with the Korean outdoor LCD manufacturer ODHitec and combined the technical advantages of both parties to launch LCD panel computers suitable for electric vehicle charging stations. Through embedded wide-temperature products and the Solar Control System (SCS) patented technology, the solutions delay screen blackening and solve the problem of outdoor equipment damage caused by direct sunlight exposure. DFI will display a series of 3.5-inch single board computers (SBC) including the EHL556, WL551, ADN553, and ODH556. Their robust design makes them suitable for outdoor equipment, and they feature rich I/O designs and high-efficiency energy usage. The SBCs are not only suitable for deployment in electric vehicle charging stations, but they also support stable performance in extreme environmental applications, thereby enhancing user experience and extending equipment lifespan. Exhibition dates: April 23 to April 26, 2024Location: Seoul Coex (Exhibition: Hall C)Booth number: Hall C1221 For more information, please visit: LinkedIn or contact us.  Media Contact Eva Chen eva.chen@dfi.comEvelyn Chang evelyn.chang@dfi.com

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SK chemicals Introduces 'Circular Recycle' Technology and Solutions in Chinaplas 2024 Focusing on "Circular Economy"

SK chemicals presents its circular recycling solutions under the theme of 'Greening The Globe' Beyond simple recycling material production, comprehensive solutions for recycling plastic waste are proposed SHANGHAI and SEONGNAM, South Korea, April 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- SK chemicals (CEO Jae-Hyun Ahn) announced on the 22th that it will participate in Chinaplas 2024, which will be held from 23rd to 26th April in Hongqiao, Shanghai, China, at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC). SK chemicals will participate in ChinaPlas 2024, which will be held from 23rd to 26th April in Hongqiao, Shanghai, China, at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC). (Booth layout of SK chemicals) Chinaplas is recognized as one of the top three global chemical industry exhibitions alongside NPE in the United States and K Trade fair in Germany, and is considered the largest exhibition in Asia. This year's exhibition is known to have participation from approximately 4,000 companies from over 150 countries. At this exhibition, SK chemicals has prepared an booth where visitors can experience solutions for a sustainable future under the slogan 'Greening The Globe: On hand solution for a sustainable tomorrow.' The exhibition hall is designed to showcase the process of plastic waste generated in cities being reborn as recycled raw materials through SK chemicals' 'circular recycle™' technology, and these materials being transformed into various products once again. SK chemicals' circular recycle has garnered significant attention from industry stakeholders as the world's first commercially viable chemical recycling technology. SK chemicals plans to showcase a wide range of circular recycling product portfolios by successfully achieving vertical integration from monomers, polyesters, to copolyesters through circular recycling technology. In addition to its circular recycle solution, SK chemicals will display a wide range of sustainable material product categories and already commercialized products using these materials. Various global brand products such as cosmetics, appliances, and household goods incorporating ECOTRIA CR will be exhibited, along with final products successfully commercialized through the application of recycled materials, such as tires and bottled water Samdasoo Reborn with SKYPET CR. SK chemicals has presented a diverse lineup of recycled and recyclable materials that can be selected according to the needs of end users, including ECOTRIA CR, a chemically recycled Copolyester, SKYPET CR, a chemically recycled PET, and ECOZEN Claro, a copolyester that can be classified and recycled within same stream as PET after use. Furthermore, SK chemicals will also exhibit various bio-based materials, including ECOTRION, a bio-based polyol using industrial starch as raw material for products such as spandex, synthetic leather, and polyurethane elastic materials; ECOTRIA, a copolyester with a mixture of substances extracted from corn and other biomass, suitable for various applications such as cosmetics, food packaging, and appliances, based on its transparency and chemical resistance. President Jae-Hyun Ahn of SK chemicals stated, "Chinaplas will be an important milestone for SK chemicals to introduce its unique circular recycle solutions to the world," and added, "Through this exhibition, we will establish ourselves as a leading company in driving the circular economy by promoting the necessity, advantages, and competitiveness of circular recycling to the industry and brand owners." Circular recyclie™ refers to SK chemicals' chemical recycling method. Unlike mechanical recycling, which involves crushing and washing plastic waste into raw materials for plastic reuse, chemical recycling breaks down plastics into molecular units and reuses them as raw materials for plastics. This method allows for infinite recycling without compromising product quality, such as transparency. By utilizing SK chemicals' circular recycling solutions, various forms of plastic waste, including transparent bottles, films, trays, etc., can be recycled to their original application.

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76 partners are ready to collaborate through the First Wonderful Indonesia Co-Branding Forum (WICF) in 2024.

JAKARTA, Indonesia, April 20, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ministry of Tourism & Creative Economy/Creative Economy Agency (Kemenparekraf/Baparekraf) of the Republic of Indonesia, led by the Deputy for Marketing, is organizing the annual Wonderful Indonesia Co-Branding Forum (WICF). Since 2017, this annual event is focusing on coordinating work plans and initiatives between the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy and all co-branding partners to promote the Wonderful Indonesia brand effectively. Mrs. Ni Made Ayu Marthini, the Deputy for Marketing of Indonesia's Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy WICF serves as an interactive platform for dialogue between the Government and business players in the tourism and creative economy sectors. It reflects the commitment of the Deputy for Marketing at the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia to cultivate a more sophisticated marketing environment, enhance promotional strategies, and promote collaborative partnerships. The primary goals of this forum are to: Increase Partner Engagement: Foster closer ties with co-branding partners to deliver unique tourism and creative economy experiences. Enhance Marketing Programs: Fine-tune marketing campaigns to benefit the tourism and creative economy sectors, promoting sustainable growth. Identify New Collaboration Opportunities: Facilitate discussions to explore fresh collaboration prospects for mutual advantage. Held at the Ashley Hotel Jakarta, this event was attended by key figures including Mrs. Ni Made Ayu Marthini, the Deputy for Marketing, and Mr. Yohanes De Brito Titus Haridjati, the Director of Marketing Communications. Representatives from all levels of the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, along with most of Wonderful Indonesia's co-branding partners, were also present. At present, there are 129 co-branding partners under Wonderful Indonesia, spanning various business sectors. "Of course, we want sustainable partnership with our co-branding Wonderful Indonesia, hand-in-hand manifesting green economy, aligned with our policy",Marketing Deputy, Ni Made Ayu Marthini reaffirming significant concept advocating for green and sustainable tourism. The hope is that this idea receives widespread acceptance and is put into practice by all stakeholders in the tourism and creative economy sectors. This vision key aspects are: Upholding environmental and natural responsibility Boosting local economies through MSMEs Preserving Indonesia's rich cultural diversity sustainably Providing immersive tourism experiences through the collaborative work of everyone involved, following the ethos of Indonesia Incorporated. The goal for this year is to establish collaborative programs through partnerships between the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy and co-branding partners, aiming for enhanced sustainability. Ultimately, these initiatives will significantly boost Indonesia's tourism and creative economy competitiveness worldwide.  

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Inaugural 'Korea Medical Innovation Research Forum' regular seminar, a success

To be registered as an official research organization by the National Assembly Secretariat... Expected to become Korea's leading medical think tank Planning to initiate global multinational clinical projects in digital therapeutics Establishing a future medical system centered around prevention and management... Expanding digital medical services SEOUL, South Korea, April 19, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Amid growing concerns about a medical crisis as a result of acute conflict between the government and the medical community due to an increase in the quota of medical school admission, the regular seminar of the Korea Medical Innovation Research Forum (KMIRF) kicked off; experts from various fields of the medical field gathered to prepare for future medical reform. It was held at Andaz Seoul Gangnam on the 17th of April. First ‘Korea Medical Innovation Research Forum’ regular seminar KMIRF was launched last March by experts in various fields of the medical industry, and is co-represented by Dae Hee Kang, former dean of Seoul National University College of Medicine, current president of the Telemedicine Society, and Jong Yoon Lim, former chairman of the Bio Association, registered director of Hanmi Science and chairman of COREE Group. Medical experts who serve as steering and working committee members of each division, including co-representatives Dae Hee Kang and Jong Yoon Lim, gathered and led a heated discussion for medical reform. In addition, the newly elected People Power Party Representatives Cheolsoo Ahn, Soomin Park, and Democratic Party Representative Do-geol Ahn (via video conference) attended and advocated the Forum at the National Assembly level. Co-representative Jong Yoon Lim mentioned the urgency of addressing immediate medical reform in his opening speech and said, "Medical intellectual property rights belong to the country and the people, and in order to improve the country's global competitiveness and future value in medicine, we need to go beyond Healthcare 4.0 and create a national and permanent proposition." "We will definitely propose future medical innovation policies," he said. "We plan to hold regular seminars for KMIRF at least six times a year and frequently put forward future medical innovation policies with the cooperation of experts and policymakers in each field." In his congratulatory address, Rep. Cheolsoo Ahn said, "The paradigm of health care has completely changed through COVID-19, and now, as part of medical reform, we need to establish a 'future-oriented legal system' that recognizes upcoming technological and social changes, and eliminates regulations that may become obstacles in advance." He emphasized, "It is time to play a role in preparing ahead for the future," and added, "I hope that KMIRF will be play a central role for this change." Co-representative Dae Hee Kang emphasized the importance and revitalization of digital healthcare and personalized preventive medicine through a presentation on the topic of 'Future Medicine and Digital Healthcare', as well as laying out the purpose and role in the establishment of KMIRF along with future goals. He also explained the operation plan and said, "We plan to register as an official research group within the National Assembly Secretariat and will fulfill our role as Korea's representative medical think tank." Industrial Division Director Mahn Soon Hwang gave a presentation on 'Bio-Industry Trends' and emphasized the importance of the country, companies, and investments for the development of the bio-ecosystem and medical reform. In addition, a free discussion was commenced in relation to digital health, especially digital therapeutics, as with new therapeutics. It was suggested that regulatory bodies should be able to determine the price and fee structure that will compensate private companies for their enormous investment in clinical research at the time of approval, and came to a consensus that the tone should be set globally in which any country applying for clinical trials or regulatory approval should be adequately recompensed according to such profit structure logic. As the first step in accomplishing this vision, we have decided to pursue a project regarding multi-national digital therapeutics' clinical trials around the world. Hee Hwang, CEO of Kakao Healthcare, expressed his encouragement by saying that he deems it as a very timely strategy and said, "As a healthcare expert, I will utilize my expertise to help with the research group's first project." Hong Taek Yong, a professor at Hanyang University (former 1st Vice Minister of Science and Technology), said, "I am looking forward to the role of Hanyang University at a time when innovative policies need to be promoted in order to incorporate the remarkable advancements in science and technology into healthcare, and I will do my best to contribute as a member." Professor In Taek Lim of Catholic University (former Director of the Health and Medical Policy Office of the Ministry of Health and Welfare) said, "In order to effectively respond to the rapidly changing medical environment and technological changes, our medical system must develop into human-centered digital-based medical care, and the launch of KMIRF at this time is critical." "We will strive to ensure that the research committee stands at the center of this," he said. Meanwhile, the KMIRF aims to create a healthcare ecosystem where the government, medical community, companies, and citizens can coexist, establishing a future healthcare system centered around prevention and management, and resolving intergenerational and regional medical service imbalances through digital medicine, and other platforms. It will be a proponent in presenting ways to expand access to medical services. In addition, it plans to serve as a bridge through which medical policymakers and decision-makers can come together to commonly recognize and empathize with the all related policies that are put forth. KMIRF is comprised of policy, human resources, and industry divisions; while Hong Taek Yong, former 1st Vice Minister of Science and ICT, leads the policy division, Yu Mi Seo, former 11th director of the Korea Education and Research Information Service, heads the human resources division, and Mahn Soon Hwang, current CEO of Korea Investment Partners leads the industrial division.  First ‘Korea Medical Innovation Research Forum’ regular seminar   First ‘Korea Medical Innovation Research Forum’ regular seminar [Appendix] Korea Medical Innovation Research Forum Steering Committee Name Profile Dae Hee Kang Former Dean of Seoul National University College of Medicine / Current President of the Telemedicine Society Jong Yoon Lim Former Chairman of the Bio Association / Current Chairman of COREE Group / Current Internal Director of Hanmi Science Hong Taek Yong Former First Vice Minister of Science and ICT / Current Professor at Hanyang University In Taek Lim Former Director of Health and Medical Policy, Ministry of Health and Welfare / Current Research Professor, Graduate School of Health and Medical Management, Catholic University of Korea Oh Sang Kwon Former Deputy Director of the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety / Current Visiting Professor at Seoul National University Kil Won Kim Current President of Korea Medical Biotechnology Association Yu Mi Seo Former 11th Director of Korea Education and Research Information Service Jong Il Kim Current Dean of Department of Medical Sciences, Seoul National University Yoo Suk Hong Current Dean of College of Engineering, Seoul National University Mahn Soon Hwang Current CEO of Korea Investment Partners Sung Kwan Jung Current Medical Vice Chairman of the Korean Hospital Association / Chairman of the Board of Directors of Our Children's Hospital, Our Children's Medical Foundation Byung Ho Nam Former Professor at Boston University / Current CEO of Herings, Co. Ltd. Hee Hwang Current CEO of Kakao Healthcare Young Shin Lee Current CEO of Seers Technology Sung Jun Han Current CEO of Avixgen, CTO of Dx&Vx

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DEEPX Expands First-Generation AI Chips into Intelligent Security and Video Analytics Markets

Award-winning on-device AI chipmaker will pursue key industry partnerships to bolster this expansion; following a strong showing at ISC West, it will continue this momentum at Secutech Taipei, Embedded Vision Summit, and COMPUTEX 2024. LAS VEGAS and SEOUL, South Korea, April 19, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- DEEPX, an on-device AI semiconductor company, is announcing plans to expand its first-generation AI chip lineup to focus on the intelligent video analytics and security system market — an expansion driven by key business alliances with global physical security companies, physical security device OEM/ODMs, and IDH companies. To this end, the company recently had an exclusive booth at ISC West (The International Security Conference and Exposition), the world's largest security exhibition held from April 9th to 12th in Las Vegas, USA, where it met with more than 400 companies and more than 600 business representatives from leading global security companies. DEEPX’s booth highlighted its award-winning on-device AI semiconductors, drawing hundreds of visitors throughout the ISC West show. To explore partnering with DEEPX to drive synergies in the security and surveillance industry, please contact: info@deepx.ai  DEEPX will also have a booth #123 at the Secutech Taipei exhibition in Taiwan from April 24 to 26 to showcase its innovative solutions for AI of Things (AIoT) and to expand product collaborations with physical security companies and global industrial equipment manufacturers. The global AI video analytics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 33% from $18.11 billion in 2023 to $75.35 billion by 2028. This is driven by the rapid expansion of industries that are applying vision AI capabilities, such as smart cities and transportation — including traffic control — smart factories, smart homes, retail, distribution, and healthcare. Faced with communication delays, privacy issues, and network costs in systems that previously ran AI on the cloud or central servers, these markets require the realization of intelligent video analysis functions in real time using on-device AI semiconductors. In addition, a reorganization of the physical security industry's global supply chains is creating an opportunity for DEEPX to accelerate the expansion of its on-device AI solutions. Harnessing this opportunity to empower physical security companies worldwide, DEEPX's DX-M1, which uses a 5nano processing, has secured a significant lead compared to similar solutions on the global market by demonstrating overwhelming efficiency of power consumption to performance. DX-M1 supports real-time AI computation processing of more than 30 frames per second (FPS) for more than 16 channels of multi-channel video on a single chip. Moreover, unlike other AI semiconductors, it has a wide spectrum of AI model support, from the most popular YOLOv5 model used for object recognition to the latest YOLOv9 and vision transformer models. This technological and market advantage is made possible by more than 240 patents covering the underlying technology that ensures low manufacturing costs, low power consumption, and competitive pricing — all key considerations for customers when purchasing AI semiconductors. DEEPX is currently running an Early Engagement Customer Program (EECP) program to attract early customers, offering a small camera module with DX-V1 (5TOPS), an AI SoC solution; M.2 module with DX-M1 (25TOPS), an AI accelerator solution; DX-H1 quattro PCIe card (100TOPS), a product for AI servers; and DXNN®, DEEPX's developer environment. Currently, more than 100 global companies have received hardware and software from DXNN® through the program, which they are using to develop new AI-powered products for mass production.  Following its participation in ISC West and Secutech Taipei, DEEPX will attend Embedded Vision Summit in Silicon Valley in May and COMPUTEX 2024 in Taipei in June to accelerate its global business expansion with local businesses and global distribution organizations. For more information, please visit: https://deepx.ai/

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