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By Alfred Poor, Editor, Health Tech Insider
What didn't you see at CES 2018? Even if you were there, you could not see it all. Alfred Poor, Editor of Health Tech Insider spent the week combing the exhibits, including the labyrinth that is Eureka Park. He also attended press-only events, and had private meetings with executives from many major players in the wearable and mobile health tech device industry.
This 25-page report covers five major themes that emerged from this year's CES exhibits and events. Where is the industry making progress, and where is it falling short of expectations? And where are the best opportunities to be found?
The report also provide capsule profiles of 39 different companies and their products, including many that may not be on your radar yet!
Table of Contents
The report delivers a strategic overview of the products and services that were on display, as well as a carefully curated list of some of the most interesting and significant products.
Major Themes at CES 2018 State of the Industry Container-Load Sales Telehealth Gaining Traction Connected Device Security Sleep Technology Aging-in-Place Summary
Companies by Segment
Augmented Reality (AR) ANTVR Realmax Vuzix
Brain Monitoring and Interaction BrainCo InteraXon Prevent Biometrics Touchpoint
Clinical Connected Health ivWatch Medically Home NOMADEEC Sensoria Hearables Eargo Even Timekettle
Home Health / Aging-in-Place ADT Blue Smart Freemie Habitaware Heartisans Helite Intuition Robotics Modius Omron PHICOMM Philips Vayyar Willow Xenoma
Technology for Wearables BeBop Sensors Valencell
Telehealth Bewell-Connect Heal Tytocare
Watches and Wrist Bands Healbe MobileHelp Motiv MyKronoz
Vision EyeQue Orcam
About the Author:
Alfred Poor, PhD, is the founding Editor of Health Tech Insider, and is a technology speaker, writer, and analyst with an international reputation. Graduating from Harvard, he went on to spend 30 years writing about a wide range of technology topics, including more than 22 years writing for PC Magazine and other major computing titles. Author or co-author of more than a dozen books, he continues to be fascinated by shiny, sparkly things that can make people's lives better.
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