- Eargo featured its invisible hearing aids, with rechargeable case, various sound profiles, and waterproof capability. Their hearing aid also gives users the ability to make a customizable sound profile using their hearing screener on the mobile app which conducts a proper hearing test.
- Shokz featured its two new headphones at CES. The sport headphone, OpenRun Pro, with ninth generation bone conduction technology, allows users to hear their surroundings and the content coming through the headphone simultaneously. Also featured were their workplace headphones, Open Com, featuring a boom mic which amplifies your voice when speaking.
- BenjiLock featured its fingerprint locks at CES. Their first generation, fingerprint lock gives people the ability to unlock a padlock using their fingerprint, with the backup option of a key if needed. Their travel lock has fingerprint capabilities with travel sentry approval making it accessible to TSA. The door lock can store up to ten fingerprints and 25 user codes that enable users to unlock a door without the use of a key. Lastly, their new bike lock can store up to ten fingerprints to unlock a bike.
- BioIntelliSense featured its health monitoring technology which remotely monitors patients from in the hospital to the home. Their flagship device called the BioSticker provides continuous vital sign measurements for 30 days on a single device for a “stick-it-on and forget it” user experience. They also featured their BioButton, which allows for continuous measurement for remote patient monitoring. The information collected from these medical grade wearable devices unlocks clinical insights when combined with advanced analytics so doctors can take better care of their patients.
Each of these technologies gives older adults and/or people with disabilities access to products that improve their lives.