Cool New Technology for Business at the Consumer Electronics Show

consumer electronics show not only for consumersThe 2019 CES, Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas is not only for consumers. It’s a reason for Apple to take a stab at its competitors and there is lots of new technology relevant to small business.

Ainstein Building Technologies debut new building automation technology. Their latest smart radar sensors help reduce energy costs and improve space utilization in office buildings. The sensors adjust lighting and heating configuring it for the number of people in the room. No more too cold or broiling hot meeting rooms.

Loomo by Segway comes to town. Segway says Loomo Delivery, an autonomous robot, will be on hand at CES. This robot receives mail deliveries, navigates elevators and crowded hallways, and delivers to the desk.

Wiser Systems asset tracker system demo will be at CES.  Wiser Systems wireless mesh system allows real-time tracking of any of your business assets. Apply a tag to a bottle, a wearable or a forklift, and it’s on the grid.

It’s possible more foldable smartphones will show up at CES. There is one on the market now, Royole Flexpai which sports a considerable hinge and price tag. Royole shows off a QWERTY foldable keyboard for your smartphone along with foldable speakers and smart touch selfie stick.

A keyboard which connects to your phone via Bluetooth then folds up and fits into your pocket can come in handy for a busy entrepreneur. CES runs through January 11, and we’ll highlight more intriguing technology for small business which makes a splash this month.


Author: Kris Keppeler, writer for Crossing Genres on, and Does This Happen to You? on Channillo. Award winning podcast producer. Follow her @KrisKKAria on Twitter or on LinkedIn.


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