Get Your First Look At 2020’s Newest Innovations From CES Unveiled
The annual CES Unveiled event in Las Vegas was chock-full of gadgets, gizmos, and top-notch innovations from around the globe.
The annual CES Unveiled event in Las Vegas was chock-full of gadgets, gizmos, and top-notch innovations from around the globe. And it was just a small taste of what’s to come on Tuesday when the doors officially open for CES 2020.
CES’s expansion into new categories this year, including Automotive, Health & Wellness, and Travel tech, brought new excitement to the event, and
Residential Systems was on location to get a first look at all the new hotness.
Scroll through the gallery below to check out new innovations from CES Unveiled 2020.
This always-ready smart bulb dimmer works with Philips Hue and other Zigbee-certified smart bulbs by locking a toggle light switch in the “on/up” position. That way, no one can ever accidentally turn the switch and your smart bulb functionality off. Best of all, there’s no wiring involved and Aurora works even when the Wi-Fi goes down.
Allison Dolegowski, global media relations manager for Shure, shows off the company’s AONIC 50 wireless headphones that give users control over how much noise-cancelling they want to apply through a switch ion the side of the headphones and fine control through an app.
This DIY camera has an incredible 180-degree viewing angle that flattens out into a full 1080p HD video for easy viewing. Additionally, the Security Tracker Camera has a second video stream that triggers tracking and recording when activity from up to 2 objects is detected, plus you can view both streams on the app at once.
Gentex is at CES with the new Homelink car-to-home automation mirror. Using the Homelink Connect app, users can create scenes in their homes—controlling the temperature, door locks, lighting, and more—that they can activate from a button on the mirror. Here, Gentex’s Craig L. Piersma shows how it works.
This innovative solution for clean water uses solar powered, self-contained SOURCE Hydropanels to pull water vapor from the air and convert it to an average of 150 litres of clean, liquid water a month per Hydropanel.
Cleer president Patrick Huang holds the company’s Crescent smart speaker, which uses a linear array of eight custom 40mm full-range drivers and dual 84mm woofers.
These monitoring kits (available in three versions with different monitoring devices and sensors) enable you to “let them age in place” with small, non-intrusive sensors to help monitor your loved one’s activities. The data collected is sent to the app and helps you see if there are any changes in their habits, if they are sleeping normally, eating or moving around.
Visit these companies on the show floor Jan 7-10 at CES 2020 to learn more and discover other innovations and ground-breaking tech.
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