CES 2018
 

08 January 2018

In January each year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brings innovation and technology from over 150 countries around the world.  New Zealand companies are hitting CES again in 2018. We are focusing on six fantastic companies with new cutting-edge technologies below.

 

StretchSense manufactures capacitive sensing systems that deliver unparalleled insight into the movement of our bodies.

 

Teknique designs and engineers groundbreaking miniaturized video cameras that work wirelessly for security, driver safety, and action sports.

 

Performance Lab is global software testing company that offers a full range of software testing services and quality assurance outsourcing.

 

DROPIT is an interactive app that hosts live 60-second auctions on a stadium’s scoreboard, that users bid on from their mobile device.
  Sagitto combines miniature spectroscopy with machine learning models to allow customers to measure processes rapidly at any time and any place.
  Circuband is the resistance band company changing the fitness world.

Hottest tech trends from CES 2018

Business Development Manager, Jon Davies, shares his experience from the bustling 2018 tech showcase. Jon seeks out emerging tech trends and themes that will influence products into the future. See how New Zealand can tap into these trends or position to be a part of it.

Kiwi technology highlights from CES 2017

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Kiwi company Swiftpoint made its mark at the 2017 event introducing the “Z” mouse,  which was named "Best Gaming Innovation of 2017" at the show. The high-performance gaming mouse brings the world first pivot, tilt and roll functionality.

ARDA - New Zealand's very own AI Coaching engine designed for wearables was featured at the Intel Booth. It sits within a pair of Oakley Glasses, where the athlete can simply ask ARDA workout based questions and get coach-based input from the device

REYEDR, makes a heads-up display unit for motorbike units with an associated app that connects social riders and was show-cased in the CES Daily publication during 2017.

For more information on New Zealand tech companies contact Jon Davies, Business Development Manager, North America