As many of you know, due to its celebration date, CES is the starting gun for many companies who take the opportunity to announce some of their product innovations associated with computers and consumer electronics for the first months of the year.
The digital home and the connected home have acquired great importance in recent years, to which must be added, in this edition of CES 2021, the launch of technologies that help us protect ourselves against COVID-19.
Home appliances are catching up to the new normal and manufacturers are evolving appliances with smarter solutions that help us sanitize clothes, dishes or even food better.
Air purifiers, disinfectants, masks as well as contactless devices with which to safely make in-store payments, open doors without touching them or press a contactless doorbell are also on the scene.
It is for this reason that we wanted to bring together here the main technological innovations that we have seen so far focused on disinfection and hygiene in the home, as well as on the treatment of air to make homes and much safer parts.
LG CLOi Purifier, Mask and Assistant
With a surprising design that leaves no one indifferent, LG presented its evolution of autonomous robot belonging to the familia CLOi, the CLOI UV-C robot model that uses UV-C ultraviolet light to disinfect high-traffic areas.
It is not intended for the home, but rather for public places like airports or hotels, emitting ultraviolet light, but it is a firm step when it comes to indoor air purification. automatically controlled remotely from a mobile device.
Model PuriCare Mini air purifier it is a portable solution that fits in a bag and aims to accompany the user everywhere so that it can be used at home or in the office. It weighs only 530 grams and has a battery to provide 8 hours of battery life.
In this context and thinking of households, LG also presented the new generation of its masks Portable air purifier.
BioButton sensor for health monitoring
The BioButton developed by BioIntelliSense It is a compact, coin-sized device that can capture data and monitor several parameters related to body temperature, heart rate, and blood oxygen indices.
Used in conjunction with BioMobile applications, it is possible to control these parameters to a medical degree. The device has been approved by the American agency FDA and becomes a vital signs counter with an autonomy of 90 days.
MaskFone by Binatone mask
With hundreds of masks used daily by the entire world’s population, many have chosen to buy recyclable or washable masks so they can be reused for a set period of time.
The Binatone brand presented the model Maskfone, a mask with headset and N95 filter compliant with FFP2 specifications, and capable of connecting to a smartphone via Bluetooth to make calls or listen to music.
Its fixed price is $ 49 and you can use it as many times as you want because inside you can insert filters of activated carbon MP2.5 with several layers of protection that you can replace if necessary.
Mascarilla AirPop Active +
Masks are getting smarter and this is the case with the one developed by AirPop and named Active +. It is marketed with a Halo sensor to better understand the user’s respiratory needs in each day-to-day situation.
Thus, the mask can recognize the moment of use or when the filter has exceeded its efficiency to be replaced. For athletes, the application collects information on your breathing behavior, cycles and polluting data that have been blocked.
The integrated filter blocks 99% of PM0.3, including dust, allergens, particles and microbial particles. The skin comes with four filters, and each of them comes with a QR code that you can scan with the AirPop app once installed.
Beko HygieneShield UV dryer
Outside the CES environment, appliance company Beko was awarded at the 21st Product of the Year Awards for the manufacture of the dryer HygieneShield UV in the innovation category.
The dryer technology is part of an innovative line of seven devices that the brand will market, which include disinfection programs to eliminate 99% of bacteria and viruses present in textile clothing.
These devices include a hygienic ultraviolet drying program that dries and disinfects up to 5 kg of wet clothes, even those that need to be washed at low temperatures.