For more than 50 years, CES has been the stand-out event in the calendar for consumer technology and all things innovation, with businesses travelling from all around the globe to attend and showcase their latest products. But this year due to the pandemic, for the first time ever, we will see the world’s largest consumer electronics show take place completely online, and as the saying goes ‘the show must go on’.
So far almost 2,000 companies from around the globe have signed up to exhibit at the show that kicks off today and runs until January 14.
This year, Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg will deliver the CES 2021 kickoff keynote address which will focus on 5G.
One topic which has been popular amongst companies looking to exhibit at this year’s show has been Fitness and Wearables, which highlights the advances in sensor technology, smart fabrics, activity tracking and extending connectivity.
We’ve taken a look at five wearable businesses who are pushing the boundaries of innovation.
Introducing the world’s first smart training glasses. ActiveLook’s patented lens technology enables real-time performance analytics to be shown in the lens of a pair of Julbo sport glasses.
Designed to fit in a regular pair of protected glasses, ActiveLook provides a complete active lens display solution, so far the brand have collaborated with Julbo, Engo, Uvex and Cosmo Connected.
The technology is miniaturised, light and can even pair sport glasses with the most popular sport apps on smartphones and smartwatches via the power of Bluetooth.
This year the brand has been chosen as a 2021 honoree at CES.
After two years in the making, ArcX Technology have finally started to give us a sneak preview of the world’s first smart ring for sport.
The ArcX Sports ring which will debut this week at CES 2021, allows users to track workouts, navigate playlists and take splits on the move without having to look at your phone.
Watch this space, as 2021 promises to be a big year for ArcX Technology!
Founded in 2006 and headquartered in North Carolina, Valencell has become the leading innovator in high-performance biometric sensor technology for wearables and hearables.
Through innovative research and development processes, Valencell develops breakthroughs and then collaborates them with wearable, hearables and medical device companies around the world that then deliver amazing results.
Valencell’s technology continuously and accurately monitors real-time biometric and physiological data that powers meaningful consumer and patient insights.
Are you ready to see your feelings, begin training your brain and ultimately improve your mental resilience? Healium is the world’s first virtual and augmented reality platform powered by consumer wearables.
Healium is a clinically validated mental fitness channel that uses virtual and augmented reality apps for self-management of stress and anxiety.
It differs from traditional meditation because it is an immersive and visual experience that has been proven to reduce moderate anxiety by a third in as little as four minutes.
Another business making their debut at CES this year, is smart clothing fitness brand, Inpulse. Founder and CEO of Inpulse, Devon Lewis has created a product that allows consumers to gain valuable insights into their own athletic performance.
For example, Inpulse will be launching their first product later this year which are cycling shorts that have sensors embedded within the material that detect movements within the body, meaning that users will be able to analysis their own performance and see any imbalances they might have within their muscle groups.
As previously mentioned, Inpulse are due to launch their unique cycling shorts in a just a few months’ time and we’re expecting the brand to be a massive hit with fitness enthusiasts.
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