Elliptic Labs Onboards New Customer and Signs Software License Agreement for AI Virtual Proximity Sensor™ INNER BEAUTY®
Oslo, Norway — Elliptic Labs announced today that it has signed a contract with a new smartphone OEM customer in Asia that will incorporate Elliptic’s INNER BEAUTY® AI Virtual Proximity Sensor™ into their next smartphone model.
“We are excited that more smartphone OEMs see the value in our technology and appreciate the opportunities that Elliptic’s AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform™ has to offer” said Laila Danielsen, CEO of Elliptic Labs.
INNER BEAUTY is just one of several Virtual Smart Sensors™ that Elliptic Labs provides OEMs that deliver greater user functionality and cleaner, sleeker phone designs. Another such example is INNER REFLECTION™, a pioneering virtual presence sensor that offers sub-millimeter precision capable of detecting a person breathing.
INNER BEAUTY is a registered trademark of Elliptic Labs.
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About Elliptic Labs
Elliptic Labs is a global enterprise targeting the smartphone, laptop, IoT, and automotive markets. Founded in 2006 as a research spin-off from Norway’s Oslo University, the company’s patented AI software combines ultrasound and sensor-fusion algorithms to deliver intuitive 3D gesture, proximity, and presence sensing experiences. Its scalable AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform™ creates software-only sensors that are sustainable, eco-friendly, and already deployed in hundreds of millions of devices around the world. Elliptic Labs is the only software company that has delivered detection capabilities using AI software, ultrasound, and sensor-fusion deployed at scale. It filed its IPO with the Euronext Growth Market in October 2020.
Elliptic Labs is headquartered in Norway with presence in the USA, China, South-Korea, Taiwan, and Japan. Its technology and IP are developed in Norway and are solely owned by the company.