The world’s largest tech show, CES, returned ‘home’ to Las Vegas following a fully virtual showcase last year. Despite some setbacks related to the pandemic, such as popular brands canceling appearances and CES ending a day early, the show was a definite success with over 40,000 attendees in-person, while many others attended digitally. Here are some of our favorite highlights from CES 2022!
On-Site CES Client Highlights
German AV manufacturer Blaupunkt is backed by decades of innovation and expansion for consumer electronics, car multimedia, and related consumer lifestyle products. Many brands are reinvented via licensing, either by returning to their roots or branching into new technologies and categories. Blaupunkt’s brand licensing professionals attended the trade show to help grow businesses and their bottom-line profits. Learn more about their time at CES 2022 on Las Vegas Review Journal!
An innovative consumer electronics brand in the family and home space, Chillax debuted its new Baby Mood AI smart monitor at this year’s exhibition. Designed to help little ones sleep better, while providing complete peace of mind to parents, Baby Mood AI is the first baby monitor that uses Edge-based AI and machine learning techniques to accurately detect a covered face, roll-over, and breathing rate. Chosen as one of TWICE Picks 2022 award winners, learn more about the product’s features on Digital Trends!
Creators of the smallest dishwasher in the world, Daan Technologies showcased their countertop appliance at CES 2022! No plumbing, no hook-up, and no stress – Bob is compact and autonomous, running on roughly two gallons of water filled in the device per cycle. Bob also has an optional additional feature of a UV-C cleaning cycle, where UV-C rays are used to disinfect items that can’t get wet – think phones, keys, wallets, etc. Winning both the TWICE 2022 Picks Award and Reviewed’s CES 2022 Editors’ Choice Award, learn more about the gadget on TechCrunch!
This year, PulseForge showcased the role of Digital Thermal Processing™ equipment in enabling sustainable manufacturing of advanced and innovative electronics product concepts. These tools resolve the limitations of materials and processing temperatures on product design and manufacturing. Learn how PulseForge’s customers are already using these tools to develop the next generation of AR/VR/XR gear, consumer and medical wearables, and even automotive interiors on The Street.
Because of its hybrid modality, CES 2022 was quite different from previous years. It felt very similar to last year’s convention, which had to navigate through virtual means for the first time ever. As usual, the technology did not disappoint, ultimately demonstrating how well exhibitors were able to adjust to change throughout much uncertainty and difficulty, as well as their commitment to wanting to carry on with exhibiting at the show. Although we’re looking forward to returning to Las Vegas for another in-person show, we expect next years’ experience to be just as great regardless of another hybrid or virtual model.