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Laird Technologies

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Laird Technologies

Laird is a global technology company focused on providing components and solutions that protect electronic devices from electromagnetic interference and heat, and that enable connectivity through wireless applications and antennae systems. We design, develop and supply the technology that allows people, organisations, industrial applications and electronic devices to connect efficiently, locally and globally.

Lantos Technologies

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Lantos Technologies

Lantos Technologies is dedicated to transforming the custom ear device market with the revolutionary AURATM 3D Ear Scanning Technology. The technology directly captures ear canal shape and dynamics, enabling opportunities to drive innovation and performance in the custom ear products market. The scanner is capable of obtaining direct digital ear canal measurements that capture unique details of each ear canal – in under a minute.

Limmex

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Limmex

Limmex develops, produces and markets solutions for personal safety. By developing the Limmex Emergency Watch the company launched a revolutionary world debut. The vision of Limmex is to guarantee optimal support for people who are in an emergency. It should be simple, independent of location and take place in a discrete manner. In this way deaths and injuries can be avoided and the quality of life for a large number of people can be improved. To achieve this vision, Limmex connects the finest tradition of Swiss watchmakers’ art with innovative communication and security technology.

Linkitz

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Linkitz

Linkitz is a modular platform for wearables. Using our interchangeable components, users create their own wearables. Linkitz can be programmed for additional customization. Our first product is an electronic friendship bracelet kit that introduces girls ages 4-8 to technology and programming.

Liquid Image

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Liquid Image

Liquid Image Co® is a leading Action Camera manufacturer and the developers of the first in-goggle camera with the lens mounted at eye level, allowing for True POV video capture. Since the release of the first underwater camera mask in 2008, Liquid Image has continued to evolve and develop products for underwater, snow, and motocross markets. In addition, most models include HD video in 1080P at 30 frames per second, 720P at 60 frames per second for high action, and wind guarded audio recording.