Recently, following a series of evaluations, Shenzhen Zhichu Computer Systems Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “IHS”) has been successfully certified as a National High-Tech Enterprise. The title of “High-Tech Enterprise” is one of the most prestigious honors for innovative enterprises in China, representing the highest level of recognition for a company’s research and development capabilities at the national forefront.
Since its establishment at the end of 2017, IHS has dedicated itself to the development and application of intelligent haptic technology platforms, creating a tactile interaction ecosystem. IHS has achieved real-time bidirectional interaction between users and virtual environments, deeply integrating touch and vision to form a high-precision virtual-real interaction experience. This enhances the realism and immersion of human-machine interactions. Haptic technology has a wide range of applications, empowering multiple scenarios in healthcare, education, automotive, social, entertainment, and gaming.
This certification of IHS as a “National High-Tech Enterprise” is a powerful affirmation and reward for the team’s long-term, relentless exploration and innovation. It also marks a significant milestone for the company as it embarks on a new chapter.
IHS, established at the end of 2017, is a multinational technology company specializing in the research and development of haptic technology and its application development. It has dual centers in Shenzhen, China, and Vancouver, Canada. The company boasts an international team composed of several senior technical and marketing experts from China and Canada, possesses full-stack independent R&D capabilities, and holds all the intellectual property rights for hardware design, software development, 3D modeling, and AI algorithms.
The core of the IHS “Haptics+” Technology Platform lies in its human-machine interaction system, which is uniquely established on a proprietary foundational haptic protocol. This system is a synergy of hardware, software, and algorithms, effectively bridging the gap between haptic perception and feedback. By establishing this connection, it forms a loop of haptic interaction, culminating in a closed-loop human-machine interaction system that facilitates bidirectional information exchange.
IHS has pioneered a world-class haptic human-machine interaction solution that effectively blurs the line between the virtual and real worlds. The human-machine interaction terminals serve as a bridge linking real and virtual environments. They enable real-time, bidirectional interaction between users and the virtual space, providing high-precision interactions that deeply integrate both haptic and visual elements. Utilizing haptic digitalization technology, which includes simulation and rendering, these terminals deliver high-fidelity haptic feedback, significantly enhancing the realism and immersive experience of human-machine interactions.
IHS’s core technology has achieved commercial implementation in medical scenarios, successfully creating the EndoGITrain Device. This innovation addresses the teaching and training needs for digestive and respiratory internal medicine surgeries. Its goal is to break away from traditional apprenticeship models, revolutionizing the learning process by significantly shortening the learning curve and enhancing efficiency and quality. This approach aims to address the issue of the supply-demand mismatch for qualified specialist doctors at its root.
In addition, IHS is actively developing a human-machine interaction haptic solution for smart cockpits, utilizing tactile perception and feedback technology. This has led to the formation of three main application modules: touch control, safety, and entertainment.