We've just returned from an exhilarating week at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, where we were honoured to join our partners Analog Devices and Cypress Semiconductor for the launch of HeartKey®.
CES has been the world's gathering place for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years, and we were impressed with the breadth of innovation on display - and thrilled to be a part of it.
We were thrilled also with the support and coverage we received, with interest from Wired to Mashable, not to mention many brands and potential new partnerships.
Join us in recapping our highlights here.
CEO Alan Foreman Live Broadcast
Alan was interviewed by CNET senior reporter Vanessa Hand Orellana on CNET Live, for a great broadcast about HeartKey® and its transformative potential, showcasing our automotive and smartwear use cases.
CNET - Ryan Crist
We also spoke to CNET's senior associate editor Ryan Crist, who reviewed HeartKey® and our automotive demo, describing it as "one of the more interesting" technologies he'd seen on display for monitoring health and wellness.
"It isn't far-fetched we'll see this technology in cars in the US before too long."Watch Video
Wired - CES 2019 Liveblog
We were included in Wired's liveblog roundup of interesting tech on display on day two of the event.
Reporter Adrienne So wrote:
"One of the more interesting applications is a steering wheel technology, which could be used to detect when drivers are too tired or stressed out to be on the road and warn them to take a rest."Wired
I can honestly say the reaction we got was overwhelming. To be in a huge room with 200 other companies ranging from global corporates to smaller start/scale ups and end up being included CNET, Digital Trends, The Washington Post and The New York Times was incredible.
Gaining Ground on a Global Stage
Other notable coverage included:
IOT World Today
B-Secur Sees Potential in ECG Biometrics for Cars and Wearables
Mobile ID World
With many exciting conversations happening with new brands and potential partners, CES was an exhilarating way to kick off the New Year, and we're looking forward to keeping the momentum going throughout 2019.