USA-CES/Healthcare

Technology in healthcare trends at CES

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Shotlist


Las Vegas, USA - Recent
1. Exhibitor explaining high-tech sock to visitor
2. Product specification
3. Sock
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Shen, Vice President, Siren (starting with shot 3) (partially overlaid with shot 5):
"It has six minor sensors to detect the temperature from the diabetic patients. Sensors in the bottom of the sock, very small. You cannot feel the sensor inside."
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5. Various of high-tech sock
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6. Smart cap on display
7. Visitor trying smart cap
8. Device on smart cap
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Summer Wong, manager, Mili:
"Actually this one will keep reminding you that you have to protect yourself from sunburns."
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Naomi Furgiuele, research and development leader, Neutrogena (partially overlaid with shot 11):
"This is the Neutrogena 360 Skin Scanner. We can measure your skin in three places - your forehead, your cheek and your chin. And with an algorithm and some machine learning, we can tell you the condition of your pores, your wrinkles and your skin moisture and guide you through a skin care regimen that's exactly right for your skin."
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11. Various of Furgiuele showing how to use skin scanner
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12. Various of visitors to CES talking with exhibitors
13. Various of baby-related smart products
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrew Birnik, advisor, Cocoon Cam (ending with shot 15):
"We use artificial intelligence, computer vision to monitor a baby's breathing. Because a lot of parents are afraid of SIDS. They want peace of mind to be reassured that your baby is breathing."
15. Various of baby-related smart product on display
16. Various of elder man laying on rocking bed
17. Sign of rocking bed
18. SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Russell, founder, Rocking Bed(starting with shot 17):
"We went on a cruise in 2000. It was the first time I'd ever felt a bed gently rocking back and forth. I got the best sleep of my life. It kind of makes sense, we rock babies back and forth."
19. Russell asking visitors to CES to try rocking bed

Storyline


The healthcare sector was well represented at this year's Consumer Electronics Show - the world's largest annual exhibition dedicated to consumer electronics that wrapped up in Las Vegas on Friday.

Chinese company Siren showed off its "smart sock" to the public. The sock uses neurofabric technology to help diabetics and their doctors monitor the foot temperature and track for potential foot ulcers.

"It has six minor sensors to detect the temperature from the diabetic patients. Sensors in the bottom of the sock, very small. You cannot feel the sensor inside," said Steve Shen, vice president of Siren.

MiLi, another Chinese company from Shenzhen presented a first ever smart cap equipped with a UV meter.

"Actually this one will keep reminding you that you have to protect yourself from sunburns," said Summer Wong, a manager at Mili.

Other high-tech products which help people maintain delicate lifestyle were also on display at the show.

"This is the Neutrogena 360 Skin Scanner. We can measure your skin in three places - your forehead, your cheek and your chin. And with an algorithm and some machine learning, we can tell you the condition of your pores, your wrinkles and your skin moisture and guide you through a skin care regimen that's exactly right for your skin," said Naomi Furgiuele, research and development leader with the Neutrogena.

Smart tech in baby care products was another trend represented at the show.

"We use artificial intelligence, computer vision to monitor a baby's breathing. Because a lot of parents are afraid of SIDS (Sudden infant death syndrome). They want peace of mind to be reassured that your baby is breathing," said Andrew Birnik, an advisor with Cocoon Cam.

There was also a lot of focus on the use of technology to help adults sleep better.

"We went on a cruise in 2000. It was the first time I'd ever felt a bed gently rocking back and forth. I got the best sleep of my life. It kind of makes sense, we rock babies back and forth," said Mark Russell, founder of Rocking Bed.


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  • ID : 8070853
  • Published : 2018-01-13 15:49
  • Last Modified : 2018-01-13 15:50:32
  • Location : Las Vegas,United States
  • Category : science and technology
  • Duration : 2'02
  • Audio Language : English/Nats
  • Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Version : 2
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