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Vietnam’s first smart martial arts training product enters spotlight

Tri Luc Master, Vietnam’s first smart martial arts training product, was named the most impressive booth at the Vietnam International Innovation Exhibition (VIIE) 2023.

Medical technology is one of the spotlights in the exhibition, with modern technologies such as cranial surgery robots, embryo cultivation equipment, VR equipment in joint replacement surgery, DNA research, 3D printing of artificial bones, and others. These AI-powered technologies have created outstanding treatment effects over the years.

Among the healthcare booths, Tri Luc Master was named most impressive booth at VIIE 2023, with an award value of VND139 million ($5,665). The award honours products with high applicability, providing an impressive experience for visitors, and impressive design.

Tri Luc Master features diverse exercises, accurate measurement indicators, and an exercise system according to a scientific roadmap.

The product, fully developed by Viet Technology Co., Ltd. (VTECH), was originally a device to measure punch force. A software platform was developed to help practitioners connect with the machine, track information, and receive training instructions from AI. Information about sessions and exercises is stored in iCloud and can be easily accessed anywhere in the world.

This product was developed entirely by Vietnamese engineers. However, there were many challenges during the development process, including how to measure force, reflexes, and speed and how to combine in-depth research on the motor and nervous systems to apply sound and light reflexes. Other challenges were how to measure, guide, optimise solutions, calculate calories, and balance nutrition and exercise.

During the five-day exhibition, Tri Luc Master attracted over 5,000 visitors.

VTECH is an enterprise with more than 20 years of experience in EPC general contractors for projects in the electricity industry. The company has applied new technology to building energy, telecommunications, IT, industrial infrastructure, and automation in Vietnam.

The VIIE took place at the National Innovation Center in Hanoi’s Hoa Lac High-Tech Park from October 28 to November 1. It served as a convergence of intelligence, talent, and resources from technology enterprises, research institutions, support organisations, incubators, and domestic and international investment funds.

The event brought together about 300 leading domestic and international tech firms, such as SK, Google, Masan, and Samsung across the focus areas of smart manufacturing, smart cities, digital media, environmental technology, cybersecurity, semiconductors, hydrogen, and healthcare.

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