Gadget Makers Target Health At CES Unveiled


New York – November 10, 2016
1. Various, attendees at CES Unveiled
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jonathan Roubini, Technology Expert:
“So it looks like CES is going to be more of an aggregation of devices in your home that are all interconnected, health being an important aspect of these devices.”
3. Close, Ellie water purification system
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Vitao Liao, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, RayVio:
“You can just put this into the box and the UV light will kill the germs that they are lurking on the services. In 60 seconds it is safe to use. Now, if you want to sterilize the water you just put the water into the bottle, it could be tap water and put it into the box again and the UV light will penetrate into the water and sterilize the water and then you can drink it will have the baby drink it or mix formula with it.”
5. Close, Ellie water purification system
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Vitao Liao, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, RayVio:
“This is a very nice solution to be able to sterilize baby bottles, nipples and surfaces as well as the water inside to make parents lives easier and also protect the babies on the go.”
7. Close, Ellie water purification system
8. Close, Tytocare health diagnostics device
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Dedi Gilad, Co-founder and CEO, Tytocare”
“You suspect that your child or yourself or your wife is sick, doesn’t feel well. Instead of just doing temperature readings you run a full exam guided by the device. If you have a symptom checker as a system it recommends what exam you should do and then you run the examination guided by a smart algorithm from the device itself. At the end of the day it gives you feedback that if you did it correctly it packages a file, a digital file of the examination and shares it with the clinician.”
10. Close, Tytocare with attachments
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Dedi Gilad, Co-founder and CEO, Tytocare”
“We can also do another option of an online session where you just schedule a visit to your clinician online, like a standard tele-medicine session but not only have the video chat but also have the clinician remotely control the device and run the examination and change settings, record the data and so forth.”
12. Rapael Smart Glove in box
13. Rapael Smart Glove on hand
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Kim, CEO, Neofect:
“Rapael is a real-time biofeedback device for the neurological patients, a hand rehab device. What that does is once you wear the smart glove all the motions that you’re making with your glove are recognized by the software.”
15. Rapael Smart Glove controlling image on tablet
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Kim, CEO, Neofect:
“We have come up with the software games that can actually measure all the range of motion information from your hand data. So the goal is make hand rehab more affordable and portable and lightweight and more database driven.”
17. Rapael Smart Glove controlling image on tablet
Tech is arriving in the Big Apple.
At CES Unveiled New York, gadget makers are providing a sneak peek at new devices set to make headlines at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January.
And experts here say it’s all about interconnected health devices. When it comes to preventing illness, one company is targeting babies.
RayVio’s ‘Ellie’ is a water and surfaces purification device that uses Ultraviolet LEDs to kill germs on baby’s bottles and other commonly-used items, such as toothbrushes.
Founder and chief innovation officer, Vitao Liao, says the soon to be launched device can be used in both health and hygiene.
California-based Neofect is demonstrating its Raphael smart glove, a wearable hand rehab device

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