Cradlewise Smart Crib
Located in San Francisco, Cradlewise received a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree for its self-learning smart crib designed to aid in the sleep of babies aged 0 to 2. According to the business, the smart crib detects when newborns wake up and then gently bounces while playing tailored music.
It comes to an end when the babies fall asleep.
Phones can also be used by parents to monitor their children, receive real-time updates, and track their sleep.
The crib is outfitted with a night-vision camera.
According to Crunchbase, the company has raised $7 million and was launched in 2019.
Oto Lawn Smart Sprinkler
Oto, based in Canada, was honoured with a CES 2022 Smart Home Innovation Award for its Lawn Smart Sprinkler and Treatment Applicator.
According to the business, the smart sprinkler applies pest control and fertiliser while watering lawns or gardens.
It determines when to water and implements remedies based on real-time weather data.
According to Oto, the mobile application allows users to create up to ten watering zones.
According to Crunchbase, the firm was launched in 2019.
Boston-based Liteboxer demonstrated its shield device, which allows for home boxing exercises.
According to the company, their LED light pads sync with music and track users’ progress.
Punching force, accuracy, and stamina are all measured by the instrument.
According to the company, the platform allows users to compete with peers and provides coaches to help with exercises.
Liteboxer launched a VR fitness experience for the Quest 2 headset — marketed by Facebook parent company Meta – at CES 2022.
The VR experience will have a big music collection featuring popular performers.
According to Liteboxer, it does not use a controller.
The virtual reality experience will be available in March.
According to Crunchbase, the company was launched in 2017 and has raised $26 million in investment.