Technology – The Consumer Technology Association, owner and producer of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, awards 7 start ups that help improve the environment and the lives of consumers as well. The winners of the CES Eureka Park Climate Change Innovators “embody how the next generation of innovative tech – from cooking and gardening to heating and lighting – can deliver lasting benefits that protect our planet for future generations,” says Walter Alcorn, vice president of environmental affairs and industry sustainability, CTA.
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SmartEmbed – booth #50215 in Sands, Hall G.
Showers are the 3rd largest water consumption, that’s why French start up SmartEmbed has developed Eddo.drop, a connected device fully suitable with all the showers on the market that controls the water consumption and reduce both water and energy bills. Once installed, connect it with your phone to set the temperature and the shower duration, you can even select your favourite tune which will be played by a waterproof bluetooth speaker. Eddo.drop will take care of everything, all you have to do is sliding your hand in front of the device to run the water and enjoy.
The sun powered electric cooker
GoSun – #52950 in Sands, Hall G.
GoSun presents GoSun Fusion, a hybrid solar cooker that uses a highly efficient vacuum tube and a photovoltaic system allowing you to cook day and night in more scenarios than ever before… Without spilling a single drop of fuel! The device is five times more efficient than a normal oven and cooks, steams, roasts and bakes meals with only the energy needed to power a lightbulb. Delivery is expected by late Spring 2019.
Solar powered connected street lights
LUMI’iN – booth #50215 in Sands, Hall G.
Lumi’in presents FLEX, the first solar and connected LED street light that is adaptable to any lamp post. FLEX provides a cleaner and cheaper-to-use alternative to classic on-grid lighting. Thanks to its integrated battery and solar panel, it reduces the electrical bill up to 90% of classic streetlights.
The smart tankless electric water heater
Heatworks – booth #50322 in Sands, Hall G.
Heatworks’ MODEL 3 does not use traditional metal heating elements that can rust and scale over time. Instead, it uses water as the heating element. Through graphite electrodes and advanced electronic controls, the naturally occurring minerals in water are excited, directly and efficiently heating the water. MODEL 3 is 99% energy efficient and users will get more hot water and reduce the overall cost of heating their family’s water by about 40%.
Green thumbs up… with the digital gardener
Connected Garden – booth #50215 in Sands, Hall G.
Meet Archie, the avatar helping you you to hone your gardening skills with augmented reality, smart sensors and IOT. French start up Connected Garden developed Archibald, a personal digital gardener, and a ‘Super Sensor’ device selecting plants for precise locations such as a garden, terrace or balcony and guiding you via a smart device app.
Preventing leaks and water waste with a beep
Blue Whale Company – booth #50415 in Sands, Hall G.
Blue Whale Company has developed Spy Can Compact, a complete range of stand-alone, robust and easy-to-install connected devices that can detects leaks and overconsumption in pipes and sends alerts in real time. The innovative internet of things technology is the first autonomous SMS driven smart valve monitoring water in real time. Spy Can comes with a long lasting battery which can be easily installed in the most inhospitable and remote places.
Smell detector for factories and smart cities
NanoScent – booth #51701 in Sands, Hall G.
At CES 2019, NanoScent reveals VOC Watch, a revolutionary detector that senses, monitors, alerts, and traces specific VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in the air. A widespread of smell receptors combined with a machine learning system identifies smells and gases and creates a real-time map of scents for industrial plants, fuel distilleries, and smart cities. VOC Watch allows the factory manager to see at a glance the plant’s exhaust status, identify an exception with an immediate warning and send a team to the field to repair it. The picture is obtained in real time from all the devices located in the factory, deployed at a density of 30-70 meters and transmitted to the cloud. The factory worker can pinpoint the exact source of the leak in both a map view and a simulation of laminated reality.