EarlySense is a sleep monitoring to track your state of health such as heart rate or stress level in your sleep. EarlySense uses an electornic pad that is compatible with any mattress. The tracking is done remotely via a smartphone application. Earlysense enables you to keep track of the health of people important to you.
Withings and Kerastase have teamed up to create the Smart Hairbrush. The Kerastase smart hair coach can monitor your hair as well as provide information. The smart hair brush will also provide advice on what your hair should look like. The information gathered by the smart hairbrush is sent to your smartphone.
Jonathan Schipper of Gemsense shows their Smart Chair made in partnership with Nowy Styl of Poland. They have integrated 14 sensors into the office chair, motion sensors, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, temperature, humidity and more. It can be used to expand the VR gaming experience. Gemsense partners with DSP Group to use their Ultra-Low Energy (ULE) System-on-Chips (SoCs) wireless chipset solutions to power the new Navigo Smart connected chair by Nowy Styl Group, maker of furniture solutions for office and public spaces. The Navigo Smart chair is further enhanced by the RED AMBER sensor IoT platform by Gemsense. You can also watch the interview filmed by Android Authority here
Velux smart windows adjust themselves based on weather conditions. Velux Windows adjust themselves so the house has an ideal temperature. Velux Windows will close themselves when no one is in the house to prevent intruders from entering. Velux smart windows can still let in air even while windows are closed Velux smart Windows can reduce energy consumption for smarthome certification. Velux Windows can be controlled remotely by an app.
Allwinner is showing off some of their latest technologies at their CES 2017 showroom. Allwinner claims to have a leading market share of the all-in-one VR market. They are entering the Amazon Alexa and Google Home compatible Smart Speakers market. Allwinner Double OS is being pushed for the affordable 2-in-1 market changing the UI from Tablet mode to Productivity mode. Allwinner partners with Qualcomm for their affordable LTE enabled Tablet range. A64 is being pushed for the Laptop market. The Allwinner R16 with Tina OS powered sweeping robot is sold on the Xiaomi ecosystem. The end of this video also mentions the roadmap where Allwinner will have over 16 new chipsets in 2017 and they are working to introduce a 16nm solution the end of the year.
iTraq demonstrates their GPS tag. The tag uses cellular tower networks to determine the position of the tag (triangulation). It can be charged wirelessly and has a battery life of up to four months. The accompanying app can be set up to detect multiple tags, and to alert the app user if any tag moves out of the specified area. The Panic mode feature activates the GPS chip inside the tag, allowing for precise location at the cost of higher battery consumption. The iTraq+ sells for US$129, with the wireless charger costing an additional US$30.
MultiTech is an IoT company that has on display here their solutions for smart agriculture. The setup uses LoRaWAN for data transmissions (frequencies range from 700MHz in China to 915MHz in Europe) with a conduit that contains the gateway. The conduit can be IP67 water and dust proof certified in order to be installed on a rooftop. The 15km range is valid for line-of-sight only. Battery life can vary depending on the amount of data transmitted, with a one-day transmission device lasting for as long as 15 years.The demo setup consists of a sensor submerged in the ground to detect water, with data transmitted to the conduit/gateway.
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and sale of ceramic-based passive electronic components & solutions, communication modules and power supply modules. Murata is committed to the development of advanced electronic materials and leading edge, multi-functional, high-density modules. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show! USA 2016 in Santa Clara California!
NXP here is displaying their development system for Apple HomeKit. It consists of an RGB LED lightbulb being controlled through the setup using Bluetooth LE, with Siri integration. It uses an ARM Cortex-M4 CPU. Also on display is a Point-of-Sale kit (SLN POS RDR). Lastly we see NXP's modular IoT gateway that supports Zigbee, WiFi, Ethernet, and NFC.