August 25, 2023

Petnow Expands Biometric Pet ID App to More European Countries

Petnow Inc. has expanded its biometric identification app for dogs and cats to additional European countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Netherlands, Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic, starting Aug. 29. The app will make its debut at the upcoming IFA Berlin 2023 event.

At the forefront of innovative AI technology, Petnow has developed a solution that identifies animals through their distinctive noses and faces, even when in motion. Since its successful launches in South Korea and the United States, the Petnow app has garnered prestigious accolades, such as the Best of Innovation in CES 2022 and the New Products Award at SuperZoo 2023. The app has also garnered substantial media coverage, featuring on renowned platforms like BBC, CBS, Reuters and Fox News.

Dr. Jesse Lim, CEO and Founder of Petnow Inc., said, “Our technology has been embraced by government pet departments and insurers across South Korea, the United States, Canada and France. I am excited to connect with fellow pet industry professionals who are keen to witness our top-tier demonstration and explore the potential of our app’s biometric identification technology.”

Beyond its role in registering and verifying animals’ identities, the app also aids in reuniting lost pets with their owners. Industry players, including insurers and government pet departments, have harnessed Petnow’s cutting-edge identification technology to attract, manage and analyze their clientele effectively.

Petnow’s presence will be highlighted at IFA Berlin 2023, occupying Stand H27-455 at Messe Berlin from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Additionally, on Sept. 2, Petnow will participate in the ‘Sector Spotlight & Mini Pitch Battle: Leveraging AI/ML to drive innovation’ event, presenting a mini pitch battle on the IFA Next Stage within the same venue.

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