Technology of the Month – June 2015

by | Jun 2, 2015 | jahlberg

ThinOptics Letherman AntWatch AmazonDashButton HighFive Smrtgrips ManCrate        SmartPedal        Hovertrax ZealousGood Branto_Orb

  • Mancrates – Give the gift of a Zombie Survival and other manly gifts at Man Crates.
  • Leatherman Multi-tool – A multi tool that looks like a bracelet/watch band. Pretty cool.
  • Connected Cycle Smart Pedal– A Smart bike pedal with GPS and fitness tracking
  • Solowheels Hovertrax – A Segway like device except super small and a fraction of the cost
  • Zealous Good – connects people who want to give away things to charity to charities would need them
  • Branto Smart-Home Orb – A smart home appliance that will control it all and acts as a 360 degree security camera
  • Thinoptics– Super thin reading glasses that can be stored in a smartphone case.
  • SmrtGrips – Smart bike grips that vibrate to let you know the turn by turn GPS directions to your destination.
  • Rocketbook – Pen and paper notebook that syncing digitally to the cloud and the paper can be re-used by microwaving the notebook!
  • FeelReal – A virtual reality add on that provides smells, touch. And other senses to your face.
  • Highfive – Inexpensive business class HD videoconferencing.
  • Ant Watch – The latest in watch technology. A watch that does not tell time and is full of live ants.
  • Amazon Dash Button– Interesting. A Bluetooth hardware button from Amazon to do one press ordering of items.
  • Zirx – On demand valet parking. They will even do a car wash, oil change, or other services if you want!
  • WayRay – A holographic car navigation system that projects the direction on the road and works with any car.

 

John Ahlberg, CEO, Waident Technology Solutions

John Ahlberg
CEO, Waident

CIO in the corporate world and now for Waident clients. John injects order and technology into business process to keep employees productive, enterprises running, and data safe.

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