42 UK technology companies are set to exhibit at CES next year, including 11 start-ups.
From fitness tech for humans and pets to design-led portable mobile device chargers the UK’s representation is an impressive array.
Athletec will be unveiling Cornerman, a complete ‘IoT’ solution that uses wrist-worn sensors to calculate statistics from every punch thrown by a boxer and deliver feedback through a smartphone app.
LaMetric will be showcasing its connect devices that track time, weather, emails, calendar events, tweets, followers, news, deadlines – and any other metric needed for your home or business – and displays them almost in real-time all in one place.
Made in Mind will be unveiling the Mu System – believed to be the world’s thinnest international USB charger for mobile devices.
Musaic will be launching the First Smart HiFi – believed to be the first wireless HiFi system to offer both high-resolution audio playback and smart home features.
NCTech will be showcasing iris360 – a new panoramic camera system that quickly captures high-resolution, 360 degree images from its four sensors.
Pitpatpet Ltd’s PitPat is an innovative dog activity monitor that allows owners to see how much exercise their dog has been getting and track progress from an app on their phone.
UPROSA will be displaying their unique Phone cases, MacBook cases and Tote bags, all designed with scientific research images, and all handmade in the UK.
All these UK firms will be exhibiting at the Eureka Park at CES 2016.
“Eureka Park is an awe-inspiring exhibit area that features cutting-edge technologies and provides rising stars an opportunity to connect with suppliers, manufacturers, investors and media to grow their businesses.” Said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of CTA.
“Over the last five years some 800 early and mid-stage start-ups have used this arena to show case their products, we are pleased to welcome this exciting array of UK companies that will be joining us at CES 2016.”