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2020’s Consumer Electronics Show revealed over 20,000 product debuts last week, informing 170,000 attendees. With so many thousands of companies vying for attention, the competition was fierce. In the words of CES’ executive vice president Karen Chupka, “This week at CES illustrated that every company is truly a tech company. Global technology brands blended with non-traditional tech companies to showcase how innovation is furthering business across all markets – setting the stage for the decade ahead.”
We plan to return to CES in 2021 – should you be interested, take advantage of our extensive experience in this space and let us debut YOUR product there. Our multi-lingual team has years of experience promoting international products at this event. Until then, please enjoy this list of the most innovative, most exciting products from CES 2020. Whether you operate within medtech, cleantech, fintech, or general technology spaces, these products deserve a look!
“MedWand™ fulfills the potential of telemedicine.” This small, handheld diagnostic tool can remotely send vital sign readings to clinicians anytime, anywhere.
Proov brings progesterone testing into the home, allowing users a low-hassle alternative to in-office fertility testing.
The Smart Balance is a lower-limb rehabilitation device that gamifies rehabilitation for stroke survivors. “Think, ‘Dance Dance Revolution’ meets physical therapy!”
Japan’s Medirom collaborated with Silicon Valley’s MATRIX Industries to present the world’s first smartband without a need for charging. The Smartband & accompanying app, Lav, monitor health while generating electricity from the wearer’s body heat.
Multi-sensor 3D Imaging Fall Detector by Essence
The Radar Fall Detector detects movement in a room and continuously tracks an elder’s movements through the radar sensor. If there is a sudden change from a standing to lying position, the device uses its internal decision-making mechanism to determine if a fall has occurred and notifies care providers.
Compatible with many kinds of orthopedic implants, the BoneTag tracks a prosthesis through its entire lifetime. “BoneTagsolves a long-standing need for traceability, while also founding an international registry of surgical implants that is essential for improving prostheses.”
Artificial Pancreas by Diabeloop
This hybrid closed-loop system is specially developed to fit the needs of diabetic children. This device leverages machine learning to predict blood sugar levels and deliver insulin as needed.
Impossible Pork by Impossible Foods
After the runaway success of the Impossible Burger, Impossible foods will release the next product in their highly anticipated line of plant-based foods: Impossible Pork. With the Impossible Burger soon to hit grocery chains, Impossible Pork will be soon to follow.
Touted by Eclipse as a “dairy sequel,” their plant-based ice cream products claim to be indistinguishable from the real thing. Additionally, their formula excludes common allergens such as wheat and nuts.
A new electric car joins the ranks of Tesla, boasting zero-emissions and a 250-300 mile range between charges. The Fisker Ocean will debut with a significantly lower price tag than a Tesla, at a base price of $37,499.
Already an established brand in Europe and Africa, the Hydraloop water recycler allows for at-home water recycling. The refrigerator-sized device can sterilize water for reuse and saves a significant amount of water and energy.
HP unveiled its updated Elite Dragonfly, the world’s first notebook made with ocean-bound plastic. 80% of the laptop’s components are made of recycled materials, making it one of the most eco-friendly laptops on the market.
Unlike other robotic home assistants, Ballie rolls rather than mounts. This mobile robot has all the typical abilities of an A.I. powered home assistant, such as controlling lights and other appliances.
These smart locks offer connectivity without using WiFi, thus patching a security hole left by other smart locks. Coming in three varieties, these locks are already available for purchase in the US.
LG offers a home-security solution that’s a step up from smart locks: a smart door. This door features facial and palm recognition technology, as well as compartments for perishable and non-perishable packages.
The Kitchen Hub packs not only a 1.9 cubic foot microwave behind the screen, but also built-in camera for monitoring your stove top, another camera for video chatting, and an Android-powered touchscreen with a variety of capabilities.
Curious about how these innovations will change your consumer’s long-term behavior? We’re thinking about it too. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you’d like to chat on the topic. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call at 415-351-2227, or chat with us on social to discuss this!
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