Recapping CES 2012


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iQ kicked off 2012 by participating in the world's largest electronics show, CES. After 4 days of scouting new and exciting technology, iQ's Ben Harben and Jude Divierte gathered their insights and photos and compiled them into an informative and visually-stunning presentation.

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Recapping CES 2012

  1. 1. 2012
  2. 2. WHAT IS CESThe International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
  3. 3. ABOUT CES• CES stands for the International Consumer Electronics Show• It is the world’s largest technology tradeshow• Known for debuting new products such as: – VCR (1970) – DVD (1996) – Xbox (2001)• Boasts 1.6 million net square feet of exhibit space• More than 2,700 exhibitors• About 150,000 attendees
  4. 4. WHY DID WE ATTENDNo, it wasn’t a boondoggle
  5. 5. WHY DID WE ATTEND?1. Review the latest in health related products2. Search for health related products from non- health related companies3. Review and search for products we could leverage for our clients4. Play with the cool new stuff we’d want for ourselves
  6. 6. HEALTH RELATEDPRODUCTSEverything from tablets to clouds.
  7. 7. OUR FAVORITES• Health tablets• Health clouds• Wearable technology
  8. 8. HEALTH TABLETS• Provides access to collected data gathered from IDEAL LIFE devices• Allows patients to video chat with doctors or caregivers• Receive messages• Read news• Take quizzes/survives
  9. 9. HEALTH CLOUDS• Withings unveiled their cloud that collects health data from theirs and other devices and apps• Fitbit showcased their WiFi scale that works with their cloud too
  10. 10. WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY• CES Innovation Awards winner Basis Band tracks heartbeats and more• Srtiiv’s key sized device that offers games that keep you moving• Jawbone’s UP tracks daily activity and inspires you to live healthier
  11. 11. HEALTH RELATEDPRODUCTS FROMNON HEALTHRELATED COMPANIESEven the big boys want in on healthcare!
  12. 12. OUR FAVORITES• Verizon’s SureResponse• Ford’s in-car health and wellness solution• Carnegie Mellon’s eye tracker
  13. 13. VERIZON: SURERESPONSE• A one touch personal emergency response service• Communicate to Care Agents and emergency contacts• Care givers can manage the user’s care and track their location online
  14. 14. FORD: IN-CAR SOLUTION• A health system that monitors the driver for issues arising from congestive heart failure, asthma, and diabetes• Work’s with Sync, WellDoc, and Medtronic to insure the driver
  15. 15. CARNEGIE MELLON: EYE TRACKER• Tracks what the eye is focused on• Could be used for alerting which pill to take OR lower nurse paper work by recording what’s being viewed
  16. 16. PRODUCTS WECOULD LEVERAGEFOR OUR CLIENTSMove over bulky laptops and slow netbooks.
  17. 17. OUR FAVORITE• Ultrabooks – As thin and light as a MacBook Air – Runs Windows for easy adoption by Enterprise IT Departments – Able to run most Windows based applications unlike the iPad
  18. 18. COOL NEW TOYSEverything from insurance agencies to wearabletechnologies
  19. 19. COOL NEW TOYS WE LIKED• Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera• Samsung dual display TV• Haier Brain Wave TV
  20. 20. POLAROID: Z340 CAMERA• Prints digital photos instantly with zero ink or as Polaroid calls it ZINK.
  21. 21. SAMSUNG: DUAL DISPLAY TV• Displays two channels at once• Glasses with speakers allow the user to see one or the other stations
  22. 22. HAIER: BRAIN WAVE TV• Supposedly you can control your TV with your mind?• As you can tell by the picture we either couldn’t get it to work OR Ben is brain dead