CES 2018: Running list of digital health products

By Laura Lovett
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CES has begun and innovators from all over the globe have flocked to Las Vegas to show off their latest products. While news of smart cities and self driving cars seems to be taking over the Internet coverage of the event, digital health innovators have a few tricks up their own sleeves hoping to disrupt the industry. From a mouthguard that can detect concussions to a cuddly AI duck that comforts kids with cancer, digital health innovators have a myriad of products to offer. 

Below is a running list of digital health products on display at CES. We'll update this list with more products as the week goes on.


Norwegian-based air health company 
announced the launch of its new product Airthings Wave Plus, a wirelessly connected and battery-operated air quality monitor. The device detects the pollutants radon, carbon dioxide and volatile organic compounds. The company claims that radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Users of the device can see the pollutant data to reduce indoor air hazards, optimize ventilation, and save energy.

Airthing also released the Airththings Hub, a device which connects up to 50 battery operated devices through Airthings Smartlink. The device is available with Ethernet and cellular options.

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, a personal emergency response system company, announced that it it teaming up with Samsung to create a new product called MobileHelp Smart. The new product combines MobileHelp’s customer facing interface, which links people in need to emergency services, and Samsung’s Gear S3 smartwatches. As part of the collaboration users of this product will be able to use both the Samsung health fitness-monitoring feature and the emergency response feature.

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People living with visual impairments may soon have a new way to access text.  just released its products MyEye 2.0, an artificial vision device which instantly communicates vital visual information such as text, faces, and money, into audio for the user.

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Those hip cheetah print shoes grandma is wearing—might not just be for fashion. A French company called E-Vone displayed its smart footwear which come with a falling alert, according to . The shoes have a GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope and pressure systems that knows when someone puts on the shoes.

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Also in the world of smartshoes, Under Armour has released two new pairs of smart running shoes, according to . The shoes, named the Hovr Phantoms and Hovr Sonics, have a Bluetooth module, accelerometer and gyroscope inside. The shoes track distance, stride length, and cadence.

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Whether you’re in the water or on land  latest wearable, the Rhythm24, claims to be able to accurately monitor, measure, record, and transmit heart rate data over an extended period of time. The product is also waterproof.

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A new pillow from Somnox is promising to change the way users sleep. The smart pillow is equipped with an accelerometer, an audio sensor and a carbon dioxide sensor. The pillow also expands and contracts when you are trying to fall asleep—like it is breathing, according to .

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Interactive technology company  displayed its concussion screening tool, Edge, at CES. The 6-foot touch screen and accompanying software trains, evaluates and rehabilitates an athlete’s cognitive abilities. The data is stored in an individualized mobile app.

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The $4,000  treadmill has been a hot topic at CES this year. The treadmill offers a live stream of cardio and strength workouts to fit different users’ goals. It also offers a range of classes both on and off the treadmill including total body workouts, floor and running and walking exercises. The treadmill comes with a shock-absorbing slat belt, a 32” HD touchscreen, and incline knobs.

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unveiled its UV Sense device, a battery-free wearable that measures UV exposure, Cnet reports. The tiny device can be worn on a fingernail or any item exposed to the sun. It has an accompanying app that translates the data.

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Rythm’s new sleeping product called , offers sleep techniques, sound simulations, and an alarm clock that only wakes users during their lightest sleep stage. The wearable device also connects to an app that gives users strategies to sleep better.

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DNA lifestyle company  released its latest app, SlumberType, which allows users to proactively use their genetic information to optimize the quality of their sleep. Dr. Oz’s portfolio company SleepScore will add the app to its product ecosystem.

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has unveiled the Sleep Number 360, a smart bed’s biometric sleep tracking technology and comprehensive sleep database. The system will be able to detect irregular breathing or heartbeat patterns, identify the flu, monitor patients outside the hospital by sharing and relating personal data with doctors, and monitor patients following a medical procedure.

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has rolled out a new smart bathroom at CES this year. The system has multiple devices, including a toothbrush and shower, that can act as a hands-free, mobile-free, interactive and private personal care assistant. The features include touchless interaction, voice commands, facial recognition, AI, AR and smart lighting. The system has a private network for all devices.

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Connected oral health platform company  launched its latest product, called Magik, at CES. The product is an AR-enabled toothbrush for kids that turns any smartphone into a game console for fighting cavities and plaques.
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Medical equipment company  announced its latest product, Echopulse. The device is designed to treat benign tumors like breast fibroadenomas with a high intensity focused on ultrasound.

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Mobile textile company Sensoria Health and diabetic mobility garment maker Optima Molliter are making a smart footwear product capable of measuring diabetes patients’ compliance to prescribed mechanical offloading protocols. The device uses pressure sensors and other technologies developed by Sensoria alongside Optima Molliter’s clinically validated offloading system, which reduces weight and pressure on a patient’s injured foot, according to a statement.

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Technology-enabled service company  unveiled its new product, Cesia Continuum, which allows a patients’ home to operate inside a connected network under the control of Medically Home’s remote telemedical Mission Control Center. The product links physician oversights of patients via telemedicine, two-way audio and visual communications, and on-demand in-home provision of required services and equipment and rapid response protocols.

 

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The future of concussion detection could come in the form of a mouthguard. just launched a connected mouthguard that can detect potential concussion-causing impacts in real time. The device can measure linear and rotational acceleration, impact location and direction, and counts every impact received. The data is then displayed in realtime on an accompanying app. The app also has a checklist of concussion symptoms and tools to help manage an athletes condition.

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Philips just launched a new sleep enhancement product called . The device comes in the form of a wearable headband and is connected to a mobile app. It connects to a forehead sensor, reference sensor behind the right ear, and two foam encased speakers that deliver minimally audible “boost tones,” according to a statement. The company says the device helps users increase daytime energy, improve cognitive functions, boost alertness, and enhance fluency and memory. 

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 will be display its weight loss and maintenance wearable, GoBe2. The company claims the product can auto-track hydration levels and a user's emotional state. It can also passively track calories with a 24-hour calorie intake algorithm, project an after image of users once they attain their weight loss goal, and share the data with nutritionists and coaches. 

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will be showing off its wearable vital monitor. The wireless monitor fits on the users chest and continuously collects vital data. The technology uses an algorithm which picks up on heart abnormalities and gives preventative suggestions.

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has just unveiled its latest product called MyPeriTens, a connected device designed to help treat women with weak pelvic floor issues. The Bewell app controls the device, which uses a neuromuscular electrical simulation sessions to simulate muscle contractions. The electrical impulse is delivered to targeted muscles through a stainless steel electrodes which cause the active motion in the muscle.  

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A cuddly Aflac duck could be key to comforting kids living with cancer. Kids can put emoji cards on the duck to help express their own feelings—the duck then expresses those feelings, reported. For example, it will whimper when it is sad. The duck also has a port-a-cath with an RFID chip so kids can pretend to give the duck chemotherapy.

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Omron Healthcare unveiled the Omron Blood Pressure Monitor + EKG, a home medical device that measures blood pressure and EKG. The technology was developed with AliveCor and will be submitted to the FDA later this year. It will also go through clinical validation trials before it hits the market. 

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But that isn’t all from Omron Healthcare this year. The company will also display its Omron HeartGuide, a wearable oscillometric wrist blood pressure monitor with an inflatable cuff built into the watch band. Omron will also be previewing a new version of its smartphone app which synchs with its connected heart health devices. It will let users store, track and share their heart health data with doctors for deeper heart health insights. 

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 will display its CardioNexion, a connected medical device for “ultra-early” detection and analysis of all cardiovascular pathologies. The device can detect the first sign of a change in heart rate, stroke, atrial fibrillation, heart failure, and sudden infant death before the first symptoms appear. The device comes in the form of a T-shirt or bra.

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Washington D.C.-based startup introduced a smart water bottle that will put vitamins in the water based on the user’s needs. The app has three components—a portable drink maker, a FuelPod and an app that work together to make the beverage based on the user’s preference and needs. 

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Seoul-based will exhibit its latest product, Rapael, a rehabilitation device designed for stroke patients’ hands and arms. The products uses game-based elements in its device to make rehab more entertaining and effective. Rapael is a digital version of the wooden pegboard and is expected to help stroke patients improve hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, cognitive ability, space perception, and concentration. 

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and Spire Health Tag have teamed up to create what they are calling the world’s first smart swim suit. A slim Health Tag wearable will be custom-bonded to certain swim suits and will help swimmers log and track their workouts through swim.com's tracking platform. The companies claim that no charging is needed and the tag will just start recording when users start to swim. 

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Portable device and smart home control platform iHome, announced the launch of its Aroma-Therapy Products. The products include an aromatherapy Bluetooth speaker with light and sound therapy. 

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Intelligent sensor and analytics software company  will be displaying the OSN Quadcorder prototype with its HeartSignature product. The system is made up of a wireless, less device that can collect and process heart rate, respiration rate, and heart rate variability data. The information can be transmitted via the cloud to clinicians. The company reports the product requires no external wires or with the body. 

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Creator of biometric technology, , debuted its latest biometric sensor system, Benchmark 4.0, at CES. The product is expected to fit into hearables and wearable designs and save more than 50 percent in power savings while in continuous monitoring mode. The company also claims the product will have more design flexibility than previous models.

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