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CES 2017: The best tech on show
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — held in Las Vegas in the US every year — is the biggest consumer electronics exhibition in the world, and its going to be even bigger in 2018.
CES 2018 is going to be super exciting Reuters
The CES, as the name suggests, is basically a consumer electronics event, but this year it will be venturing into the future of artificial intelligence (AI), automobiles, medicine and even agriculture.
Though most big brands like Samsung, LG and Huawei will be in attendance, they will usually reserve their flagship products for later standalone events of their own. That's why CES offers a great platform for up-and-coming companies to steal the show.
Here's a small teaser of some of the amazing tech that you can expect to see at CES 2018:
AI will be at the centre of the most-talked-about and most-featured techs at CES 2018, and we might see a lot coming from Amazon and Google, the two giants that dominate the field.
LG ThinQ smart OLED TVs with Google Assistant support
CES 2018: LG to showcase AI-based ThinQ LED TV series with α(Alpha) 9 processorLG Newsroom
One of the giants of the Consumer electronics space, LG has already revealed its latest top-end OLED TVs which will be powered by Google Assistant.
A Bicycle With AI-Controlled Suspension Adjustment
HiRide Suspensions will showcase a smart bicycle suspension system that uses AI which helps smartly adjust the suspension settings so you don't have a bumpy ride.
One of the most exciting innovations in healthcare to be showcased at CES 2018 will be glasses that are designed to tackle blind spots caused by retinal diseases.
The prototype glasses designed by Israel's ICI vision combine small cameras, eye-tracking software and projection tech to direct views onto the healthy parts of the back of a patient's eye.
Samsung Relumino: Your Virtual Eye?
Samsung will be showing off its Relumino glasses which will use a smartphone to process the wearer's view. So, keep an eye on that (pun intended).
Tuoxiao Hi-Tech Stethoscope With Cloud Integration
A Chinese tech company called Tuoxiao will demonstrate a smart stethoscope designed for use with infants that sends heart and lung readings to the cloud for analysis to detect the presence of pneumonia.
The success of smart-home devices like smart speakers over the past couple of years means the smart home and Internet-of-Things (IoT) category will be well-represented at CES 2018.
Google Home is displayed during the presentation of new Google hardware in San Francisco, California, U.S. October 4, 2016.REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach
Among these smart-home solutions will be a flurry of water-use-tracking, temperature-adjusting, humidity-measuring, pollution-detecting gizmos.
Smart Sofas That Track TV Time
One of the participating companies will be presenting a smart sofa that not only allows you to wirelessly charge your phone but also keeps a track on how long you've been sitting in front of the TV and in what position.
The DJI Mavic Pro is the most advanced foldable drone from the leading drone makerDJI
Drones are always a huge draw at tech events, and CES 2018 won't be any different.
Of course, we won't see much from DJI, the market-leader in drone technology, but a lot of smaller companies will likely copy its popular fold-up model Mavic Pro.
A Drone That Can Lift a 91Kg Human Being
But there will be expectations too, like from Nuaviation's Hyperlift 200E — a drone that is designed to carry objects weighing up to 91kg at high speeds. The Hyperlift 200E is being pitched as a delivery tool for the construction industry. Imagine drones at construction sites!
A Drone For Catching Fish
SwellPro's Splash Pro 3 is the most novel use of a quadcopter. It is designed to help fishing expeditions catch tuna, sharks and other large sea life by dropping bait from above.
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