Our first day at CES we hit Innovation Startups at the Venetian. Top findings included:
Innovation Awards – The vast majority of innovation awards were driven by AI. Major areas dealt with human performance, human-machine interactions and autonomous vehicles. Look to VMI’s Best of the Best which will be published after the exhibition for our top selections.
First favorite autonomous vehicle of the show… Japan’s Start up - -Skydrive! For transporting people and cargo.
The latest in wearables. They are evolving rapidly. All eyes are on the EAR!
There are great sensors for accurate monitoring of activity, stress, blood volumes and or saturation… with tech that also provides the best enjoyment for streaming.
Digital health is bridging the gap between perfect hearing and severe hearing loss - meaning the vast improvements in quality of sound and understandability. Conversations are enhanced; transformed, by Netherlands’ www.AbsoluteAudioLabs.com
Mega CE opportunities for these enhancements will mean complete disruption of the auditory / prescription marketplace.
And whole new frontiers that are opening with the confluence of Sensors and AI
Real-time translations – President Biden delivering/lip synching his messages in a multitude of languages with 30 seconds delay for actual delivery. Sounds just like him… but he’s speaking Korean! [by Korea’s www.Klleon.io]
You can personally ask William Shatner what it was like to fly on Space X [Storyfile.com]. How cool is that?
Jack Byers is the Chief Executive Officer at Vanguard Marketing International based in Carefree, Arizona. VMI offers a combination of proven innovative programs, unique perspectives, extensive technical knowledge, marketing expertise, and unbiased problem-solving abilities that set us apart in the Commercial and Defense sectors.