Toshiba to Unveil Wide Range of Next-Generation Innovations at CES
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
Toshiba will celebrate their 50th anniversary in the US market next year, and they’re starting that out with showcasing their newest products and vision for the future at the Consumers Electronics Show (CES), January 6th to 9th 2015.
There will be a wide variety of storage solution on display, but the focus seems to be on wireless transmissions this year. This includes products with TransfertJet technology, a close proximity wireless transfer technology, NFC, and Bluetooth smart applications with NFC tag functions. But also FlashAir, a wireless LAN SD memory card that removes the need for card readers and instead uses your wireless connection. The latest line of SSDs, portable hard discs and SD cards will be on display too, of course.
Healthcare gadgets are one of the new big things, and Toshiba will be part of that wave as well. They’ll be presenting their new Wearable Wristband Fitness Tracker, a biosensor device that allows users to take a total approach to managing daily exercise, sleep and diet. Silmee is also mentioned as helpful in disease prevention and care work by enabling analysis of autonomic nerve activity, but I don’t know if that is a wristband device or comes in another shape or form.
As new inventions, there will be a showcase for Toshiba Glass, a B2B solution that enables quick retrieval of manuals and other information while doing maintenance and logistics work away from a computer. A lifelike robot named ChihiraAico will be there as well as body scanning technologies for cloth fitting and much more. An image processor for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) with improved performance during night time with focus on pedestrians recognition will also be presented.
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