7 Must-See Innovations At This Year’s CES 2019

Overwhelmed by all the exciting technology being exhibited at CES 2019? Here are 7 must-see innovations that have caught our attention.

CES 2019 starts tomorrow. Well known as an event that successfully gathers an entire technology ecosystem, this year CES promises more than 4,500 exhibitors, 180,000 attendees, 250 conference sessions and 1,100 speakers, and more than 1,200 startups from over 50 countries.

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Thriving on the business of consumer technologies, attendees can look forward to exploring 5G connectivity, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, smart cities and resilience, sports, robotics and more. As you make plans on what to see, be sure to take a moment to check out the following innovation exhibiting at CES 2019:

(1) Owlet Band Wearable Technology

Owlet Band Wearable

Expectant mothers can wake up to a health report of their unborn child and be notified if heartbeat or movement are within normal preset ranges with the new Owlet Band. Specialised ultra-thin fabric sensors placed on the mother’s abdomen track her baby’s wellness from inside the womb.

TW, Sands, Level 2, Booth #44164

(2) AQUIO Bluetooth Waterproof Speaker Bottle

AQUIO hydration bottle

AQUIO is a fashion inspired hydration bottle for stylish & active music-loving individuals. A double wall insulated, BPA free, stainless steel bottle and removable waterproof Bluetooth speaker combine for a product that hydrates body & mind. AQUIO speaker bottle is the ultimate convenience.

TE, LVCC, Central Hall, Booth #11924

(3) AI Skincare Assistant, LUMINI

AI incorporated skin device

AI Skincare Assistant LUMINI, the first portable AI incorporated skin device, provides a data-based approach to skincare. Users can get their whole facial skin scanned in 7 seconds followed by datafying skin and providing the analysed result and personalised solution.

TE, LVCC, South Hall 3, Booth #3200

(4) BlueSmart mia2

The intelligent baby feeding monitor

BlueSmart mia2 is an intelligent baby feeding monitor that allows you always to stay connected to your baby’s feeding. It fits with most bottles and automatically tracks and analyses everything about your baby’s feeding. This includes volume, temperature, angle, duration and expiration.

TW, Sands, Level 2, Booth #43561

(5) Pilot Translating Earpiece

The device can interpret up to 15 languages directly in the user’s earpiece

Pilot earpiece by Waverly Labs Inc. allows users to understand and interpret up to 15 languages directly in the user’s earpiece. Using the latest technologies in speech recognition, machine translation and wearable technology, it’s the dream of a life free from language barriers.

TW, Sands, Level 1, Booth #52302

(6) PLOTT – LetsPlott extended reality platform

LetsPlott extended reality platform

Design in AR with real-world dimensions, images, videos, and links using our Extended Reality platform. Then bring your plans to life in the real world using hardware to direct you with turn-by-turn directions, eliminating the need to do any math.

TW, Sands, Level 2, Booth #40418

(7) App-Elles

SOS bracelet connected

An SOS bracelet connected to a free safety app for women victims of violence. App-Elles® enables users to quickly alert their contacts with an innovative feature that allows real-time GPS tracking and live audio streaming. App-Elles® also provides quick access to help resources around the world.

TW, Sands, Level 1, Booth #50415

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Founding editor-in-chief & WearableTechStylist of FashNerd.com, Muchaneta has worked in the fashion industry for over 14 years. She is currently one of the leading influencers speaking and writing about the merger of fashion with technology and wearable technology and a regular contributor to digital news sites like Wareable.