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CES 2019: Five Innovative Technology Startups From Day 2

Executive Summary

The Coresight Research team is attending CES 2019 (formerly, the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas this week. This year’s event features over 4,400 exhibiting companies, featuring standout startups alongside established companies. Here are some of the more notable startups that we saw on day two:

  • Chronolife has a device to help people with chronic or congestive heart failure (CHF) by anticipating medical emergencies with its wearable Chronolife vest.
  • The Parcel Guard is a smart mailbox designed to prevent “porch pirates” — people who steal packages from your front porch.
  • P&G Ventures, Procter & Gamble’s startup division, unveiled at-home skincare device Opté Precision Skincare System (Opté).
  • Capstone Connected Home launched the Smart Mirror, a mirror integrated with Google Assistant with touchscreen capabilities.
  • The Bread Bot, developed by Wilkinson Baking Company, a fully automated robotic bread-making machine that bakes and sells bread like a vending machine.

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