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CES has a special place in our hearts because we’ve helped founders and executives launch their products at the event. It takes a lot to make it to that point and exhibiting there means you’re obviously on the right track.
CES has a special place in our hearts because we’ve helped founders and executives launch their products at the event. It takes a lot to make it to that point and exhibiting there means you’re obviously on the right track. For those who couldn’t participate in this year’s CES, we’ve got a line-up of some of our favorites. Do your team’s strategic plans include a presence at CES 2022, contact us – we’d be happy to help maximize your efforts!
One of the many products brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the BioButton is an FDA-cleared, medical-grade wearable that monitors vital signs continuously for 90 days. BioIntelliSense said the deceive offers “medical-grade covid screening at scale.”
The BioButton can monitor temperature, respiratory and heart rate as well as body position measurements. It uses Bluetooth to wirelessly transmit data and has a mobile app that includes features such as daily health screener surveys. According to MarketWatch, the Defense Department is among those using the BioButton.
While Razer is historically known for its gaming products, like many companies in 2020, it decided to take on PPE. Project Hazel is a concept for an N95-class face mask that includes active ventilation and auto sterilization. It includes a separate wireless charging case, which features a UV sterilizer.
Beyond that, a built-in mic and amplifier combo ensures speech isn’t muffled. Razer said Project Hazel is also sustainable because of the rechargeable batteries in the ventilators and their accompanying replaceable filters. Of course, the tech company also found a way to work in its Razer Chroma technology by giving users the choice of 16.8 million colors and a number of effects.
One of the many laptops unveiled during the event was Acer’s Chromebook Spin 514. As schools shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic, Chromebooks became an essential tool for many students. As we all know, accidents happen and many a Chromebook has taken a dive. For that reason, the Spin 514 is built stronger.
The company says that aluminum chassis means there’s less chance of bending, warping or denting than other materials. The Corning® Gorilla® touchpad is slicker than regular plastic and can withstand scratches and pits. The laptop also boasts 12 hours of battery life and an HDR webcam.
During this year’s event, Targus announced several products meant to prevent bacterial growth including a laptop case that features an antimicrobial-infused finish on key touchpoints. The company will also be releasing other antimicrobial products including tablet cases, privacy screens, mice and keyboards.
The UV-C LED Disinfection Light was also announced. It uses UV-C lighting to reduce pathogens on device surfaces that are inside the disinfection area. The light is designed to sit on a laptop and is ac-powered. It uses motion sensors to detect user activity before running for five minutes every hour.
No-contact deliveries and packages on porches have become the norm, but unfortunately, package theft also seems to be on the rise. Yale introduced the Smart Delivery Box as a solution. The box works with the Yale Access App to allow users to stay updated on deliveries, lock and unlock the box and share access with others.
It has integration for Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri. An optional cooler insert offers production for perishable deliveries. The company says the box can hold most packages and takes less than 10 minutes to set up.
GoodMaps Explore(www.goodmmaps.com), a free accessible navigation application, helps people navigate indoors and outdoors safely, particularly for visually impaired individuals. It uses camera-based positioning to determine a user’s location within two to three feet of accuracy, the company says.
The app is powered by GoodMaps mapping database, which provides standardized maps that are enhanced to provide print, audio and Braille location information, according to the company.
Another great Universal-Design product is the Lux D102 is a LiDAR-Motion Interface Shower System. Rather than having to rely on a faucet or lever in the shower, the D102 allows users to adjust the temperature or water pressure with a simple hand gesture.
The startup also showed off its LUX NeckCare, another LiDar device that aims to improve your posture. An algorithm is used to create a benchmark for the user’s normal posture and compares that data with the user’s current posture to ensure it is correct.
Integrating fall detection into smartphones and wearables was a huge step forward in senior care. Nobi has taken another step with its development of smart ceiling lights that can not only detect falls but notify family or caregivers quickly if necessary,
The lamps offer 24/7 monitoring and an algorithm is used to detect falls, meaning no one is keeping watch. Additionally, the company said there is no need for new cables, as Nobi simply replaces the current ceiling lamp.
Samsung announced that it is embarking on a journey of “Going Green.” The company plans to reduce its carbon footprint and improve energy efficiency. All new televisions will now be included in its “Eco-packaging” design and they’ll come with a solar-powered remote control.
The company says it is a first-of-its-kind innovation and can be charged by indoor or outdoor light or using a USB. This, Samsung says, will help prevent waste from an estimated 99 million AAA batteries over the next seven years. The remotes also contain 24 percent recycled content.
The OOLER is Chili’s most powerful sleep system, consisting of a control unit, mobile app and Chili Cool Mesh™, a mattress topper designed to provide efficient temperature regulation – it is ideal for those suffering from hot flashes. The system uses a hydro-powered thermal range that operates from 55-115°F to keep the bed comfortable at night.
The device offers programmable sleep schedules for each day of the week and will automatically pre-cool or pre-heat before bedtime. For those who’d like to ditch their alarm, the OOLER’s Warm Awake feature may be a good substitute.
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