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Location Technology at CES 2014

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Tuesday, January 14th 2014


Last week tech vendors showed their current and future wares to the attendees of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. What's new in location technologies at the show? Could they help indicate new trends and potential products for professionals?

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Image: A prototype of the KMS Wristband via The Guardian.

Show Notes

CES 2014: Schwinn's CycleNav tells you where to ride | Stuff
Schwinn CycleNav - GPS - CNET Reviews
Beyond GPS: Smartphones Get Smarter with Context Awareness at CES 2014 | Broadcom Connected
Connecting Everything
CES Video Demo: Passive Presence Tech for Context-Aware Location Apps | Broadcom Connected
Google Redraws Detroit's Map--Heard on the Street - WSJ.com
FLIR Just Turned Your iPhone 5 Into a Predator-Like Thermal Camera
The Pocket Drone - Your personal flying robot by AirDroids » Updates — Kickstarter
Drones At CES 2014: Parrot Lets Jumping Sumo And MiniDrone Fly – ReadWrite
CES 2014: the wristband that tracks your child's every move via GPS | Technology | theguardian.com
Las Vegas - Wearable technology at CES 2014 - Pictures - CBS News
Driverless car tech gets serious at CES - CNN.com
Broadcom @ CES 2014: Verizon demos precise proximity detection tech - Directions Magazine


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