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The SPatch can be used to monitor a child’s vital body sign or used for amateur athletes to improve performance.
Omron blood pressure watch
Omron’s blood pressure watch received tons of attention at CES.
EcoLife smog monitor
The elderly and those with asthma and other lung conditions must avoid air pollution. The EcoLife smog monitor measures PM10 and PM2.5 indoors and outdoors.
OrCam MyEye 2
These glasses offer wearable artificial vision for people iwth vision and reading disabilities.
Nokia Weight & BMI Wi-FI Scale
H2 Care wristband blood pressure monitor
R-Pur anti-pollution mask
Drivesafe personal breathalyzer
J-Style heartrate and blood pressure monitor
Nokia Steel activity and sleep watch
Sleep tracking was a focus of devices spotted at CES this year. Nokia’s activity and sleep watch monitors sleep cycles and includes a silent alarm and a smart wake-up feature.
Nokia Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale
This armband turns your smartphone into a health monitor.
QardioCore wireless ECG monitor
J-Style smart mini forehead thermometer
Nokia wireless blood pressure monitor
J-Style smart toothbrush
Sensoria smart running shoe
AccuRelief for menstrual pain
Sensoria smart running shoe and clothing
Nokia smart temporal thermometer
Sensoria smart diabetic footwear
AccuRelief wireless 3-in-1 pain relief device
J-Style smart baby thermometer
This one blends two popular tech categories spotted at CES: baby tech and health tech.
MediPense RxPense drug dispenser
This connected pill dispenser is for seniors and chronic care patients.
Satebox health monitoring home companion
The Satebox is a connected home product designed for elderly individuals.
Bitbrain brain sensing device
Bitbrain uses neurotechnology for its brain-sensing devices.
iHealth heart failure device kit
iHealth has a new readmission control: from hospital to home heart failure device kit for telemonitoring in a patient’s own house.
Whill intelligent personal EV
The Whill intelligent personal EV has remote diagnostics through 3G, caregiver services through GPS, preventative maintenance through cloud analytics and driver assistance via Bluetooth.
My Special Aflac Duck
This robotic duck from Aflac is for children with cancer.
My Special Aflac Duck, part of Aflac’s ongoing Aflac Childhood Cancer Campaign and developed by Sproutel, is a cuddly robotic toy intended to help distract children coping with cancer. It helps children feel less alone by using interactive technology during their cancer treatment. A compatible web-based app enables children to mirror their care routines, including medical play, feeding and bathing via augmented-reality.
On average, childhood cancer treatment lasts more than 1,000 days. The Aflac duck dances, quacks and nuzzles to help comfort children when they need it most. It will be given to each one of the approximately 16,000 children newly diagnosed with cancer every year.
Pandaroo radiation blocking onesie
The makers of Spartan radiation-blocking underwear for men have a new product under the Pandaroo company name. It’s a radiation-blocking onesie for babies.
Vone smart shoes
Vone’s smart shoes has an alert if the wearer falls down.
UVSense is a battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor.
Retissa retinal projection eyewear
Mira smart fertility monitor
Mira fertility monitor uses AI to monitor fertility.
Xenoma e-skin pajamas
Xenoma’s e-skin pajamas are intended for patients in a hospital. Sensors embedded in the pants and shirt can detect motion, and monitor vital signs.
iHealth glucose monitoring system
eSight eGlasses are for people who are legally blind and it improves their vision.
Johnson & Johnson Nod wearable baby monitor and app
Wearables and monitors for babies were a big part of CES tech this year.
Airthings IAQ detector
This new IAQ detector monitors three indoor air pollutants: carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds, and radon. An online dashboard allows the user to access the data.