CES is the most influential tech event of the year. Companies demo innovative products and cutting-edge devices—many powered by America’s Excellent Internet—to transform how we live and work.
Let’s explore some of the remarkable new technologies that were introduced at this year’s show:
Health: Telehealth and virtual doctor visits have become the norm, and now Withings is revolutionizing the home check-up further with its new Withings BeamO. This thermometer of the future helps you measure and share vital health data like heart rate and blood oxygen levels during a remote health visit.
Wellness: health tech company Baracoda unveiled BMind, the world’s first AI-powered smart mirror for mental wellness, which identifies mood and helps manage stress. This broadband-powered innovation also has customized features like guided teeth brushing, skin analysis and coaching, bathroom water temperature monitoring, and more.
Clean Air: Millions were affected by poor air quality in 2023, but the Swasher S from GongGong presents an affordable solution! The product uses a novel air purification method, harnessing friction between rotating air and rotating water to filter out harmful particles such as smoke, viruses, or harmful gasses.
Accessibility: Inclusively designed innovations were also in the limelight. The Whispp calling app assists those who have lost their voice or have a severe vocal impairment by using AI to convert voiceless or vocal-cord-impaired speech to clear and natural tones.
Sustainability: Broadband-powered innovations are also enabling sustainable practices. With its new Precision Agriculture Operations Center, John Deere allows farmers to create optimized work plans, monitor real-time job quality, and analyze and receive insights from data, no matter where they are.