LAS VEGAS, NV – At this week’s 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, several North Carolina companies of all sizes—from established names like Lenovo and Cree to early-stage startups—will get to showcase their technology and boost exposure for their brands.
Exhibiting startups will have booths and demo space at the NC Startup Pavilion.
The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina also has a booth set up.
Our very own Colin Kiser spoke with @TradeShowLive about the benefits of attending #CES2020 next week. Visit us and @clt_alliance at Booth 52314 in the North Carolina Startup Pavilion at Eureka Park to learn how NC builds global partnerships! https://t.co/zamWE7ctR5 pic.twitter.com/xZy48UmJk0
— EDPNC (@edpnc) January 3, 2020
Here’s a quick sampling of the North Carolina-based companies exhibiting at CES 2020:
Raleigh-based Alco Electronics Ltd. manufactures computers, tablets, smart home devices and audio products.
Charlotte-founded Arlington Industries is a B2B wholesaler of office machines and supplies.
Wilmington VR startup BrilliantSole has haptic-embedded, sensor-enabled footwear that can be controlled remotely from a mobile and/or desktop app. Using the shoes, virtual reality creators and gamers can easily move within the virtual world.
In a blog post last week, Hickory-based communications services supplier CommScope announced it will feature demonstrations at CES, including Wi-Fi 6E services to boost internet speeds, smart media devices, new enterprise IoT solutions and video platforms that enable additional channels for targeted advertising.
The future is now. Join us in the Murano Ballroom (3202/3203) of the Venation Hotel during #CES to learn how connectivity meets efficiency with our solutions in #IoT and #wireless. pic.twitter.com/05GFocgt7t
— CommScope (@CommScope) December 30, 2019
Charlotte product launch agency Enventys Partners provides product development, crowdfunding and marketing services for consumer technology and applications.
Morrisville-based HZO offers protective nano coatings to protect electronics from water, salt, dirt and corrosive materials. The company moved its headquarters to the Triangle from Salt Lake City, Utah in 2019.
Stop by at #CES2020
to explore our expanded Spectrum of Protection and meet with #TeamHZO
to learn how you can improve your #waterpoofing
HZO (@HZOinside) January
Durham startup Inirv, founded by a Duke University graduate, has a hands-free smart cooking platform that’s designed to be a safer and easier upgrade for gas or electric stoves.
Mooresville startup Kryo Inc.’s ChiliSleep Performance System is an app-controlled mattress topper designed to improve REM and deep sleep.
Lenovo is expected to unveil tons of new tech at CES. As one of the three top PC vendors in the world, alongside HP and Dell, Lenovo is competing to dominate 5G, gaming, smart devices and, of course, computer hardware.
Here’s some of the tech Lenovo is presenting at CES:
- New all-in-one Lavie PCs
- ThinkSmart View, a personal business communications device for Microsoft Teams audio and video calls
- Creators Series PCs
- An immersive gaming experience through its new Legion gaming PC and monitor.
— Lenovo (@Lenovo) January 6, 2020
Greensboro-based Logistimatics provides GPS tracking services for use in shipping, asset management and recovery, and other consumer and business applications.
Raleigh-based Lumeova provides fast wireless communications solutions for electronic device manufacturers within several industry verticals, including 5G, unmanned drone applications, virtual reality and video entertainment.
Triangle-based Ohsnap is a thin magnetic smartphone grip, first launched on Kickstarter in 2019.
Greensboro semiconductor manufacturer Qorvo provides connectivity solutions and products focused on 5G networks, cloud computing, cellular IoT and Wi-Fi 6. According to a press release, Qorvo will be presenting Wi-Fi 6 and smart home technology, IoT communication controllers, power management solutions, voice-activated remote controls and assistants.
learn how Qorvo connects, protects and powers the systems all around
you. Meet the team January 7-10 at the Sands Expo, Halls A-D, booth
43109 to discover the latest innovations: https://t.co/WQgLPNNWGJ
Qorvo, Inc. (@QorvoInc) January
Raleigh-based Rasimo Systems is developing products for IoT, Big Data, data analytics, automation, smart system operation and AI. The firm’s first health technology product is SureFiz, an IoT-based weight management system.
Charlotte startup SpiiderGriip is showcasing its portable smartphone accessory designed to prevent the holder from slipping, dropping or breaking their phone.
Just got these pictures from my .@SpiiderGriip booth designer out in Las Vegas. It is looking so good! I will be arriving there on Monday and will send pictures! Cannot wait to get to CES, which is the largest computer electronics show in the world! https://t.co/1Vz46tLMMp pic.twitter.com/MH6uz5jeS9
— David Britt (@davidbritt) January 4, 2020
Durham startup Sense Photonics provides solid-state flash technology for modular and configurable 3D sensing. Just this week, Sense announced it’s entering the autonomous vehicle market with a new device designed for robotic vehicle and driver assistance systems.
Attending #CES? Meet the Sense Photonics team in Booth #721 at the Westgate Paradise Center. We’re featuring our industrial #LiDAR, our upcoming automotive LiDAR, and showcasing the advantages of game-changing solid-state flash technology.https://t.co/LSkBWEyZip pic.twitter.com/RPDe6BBFsS
— Sense Photonics (@SensePhotonics) December 16, 2019
Cary-based Techship is a provider of wireless components such as cellular modules, antennas, RF cables and connectors. It also offers development and support services for supply chain and design.
Based in Emerald Isle, Transportation Impact provides its customers with parcel auditing and carrier contract negotiation services.
Winston-Salem’s Triad Semiconductor designs and manufactures analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits. Its solutions serve several markets, including VR and AR, IoT, aerospace, wearables and medical technology, high-fidelity audio and photonics.
Charlotte startup TrueDrive has a patented system involving a mobile app and device to help monitor, limit or prevent distracted driving.
Raleigh-based Valencell produces wireless biometric sensors modules for use in wearable technology. Steven LeBoeuf, president and co-founder of Valencell, will present a talk on wearables and machine learning on January 7 during Digital Health Summit, a sub-track of the CES 2020 program.
Don’t miss Dr. Steven LeBoeuf’s talk @CES @dhsummit on #wearables and data science – Now We’re (finally) Getting Somewhere! https://t.co/m4ofRHDMhN #MedTech #hearables #digitalhealth #digitalhealthCES pic.twitter.com/46cZU9it36
— Valencell (@Valencell_Inc) January 5, 2020
Wolfspeed, the semiconductor group of Durham-based Cree, is a provider of silicon carbide and GaN Power and RF products and materials.