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Startups from around the world to introduce IoT solutions at CES 2019

Startups from around the world to introduce IoT solutions at CES 2019
CES 2019 will feature many startups from Japan, Italy, Netherlands, among others, that are introducing IoT or smart solutions.
The risk of IoT security is real. According to Gartner, there will be 25 billion connected things in use in about two years. As traditional security tools are not catching up with the fast-developing new tech, smart home solution provider Essene Group says it will launch cyber company SigmaDots  at CES 2019 to address this issue.
"In a world where the use of technology is ever-present, so is the risk of cyberattacks - with increasingly dire consequences," said Essence Group chairman and CEO Haim Amir. SigmaDots was founded “to provide a differentiator in a world where everything is connected - and vulnerable," Amir said.
SigmaDots will be able to protect an IoT system with millions of nodes and secure all types of interactions and verticals including communication, healthcare, industrial and smart home. In the future, SigmaDots’s solution will support the automotive industry as well.
SigmaDots is a serverless architecture based on the next-generation blockchain technology that uses decentralized architecture to mitigate risk of failures and ensures continuity for service providers.
The startup is testing the cyber protection mechanism together with a partner, which is one of the largest monitoring companies in the world.

Japan’s smart home solution

CES 2019 will feature a number of startups from around the world. The Japan Tech Pavilion, for example, will present seven startups. Among them is Robot Home Co., which will showcase its Apartment Kit – an IoT service to turn rental properties smart while promising “a new style of living.”
Robot Home says its solution offers greater safety and convenience to the residents, while helping property managers improve business efficiency. It turns the resident’s smartphone into a key to unlock the door, a remote to control the air conditioner and lighting, an intercom to answer the door, among other functions.
Robot Home also co-developed smart home devices with TATEUR Apartment. Among them is a tablet gateway that allows tenants to control home appliances, talk with the management, and more. Robot Home also rolled out temperature sensor, window sensor, smart lock and smart light.

Air purifier from Italy

Italy-based startup Clairy will showcase its solution that monitors and cleans indoor air at CES 2019. Natede is the second product launched by the company. It is a smart natural air purification system claimed to be able to eliminate 93% of volatile organic compounds and 99% of viruses and bacteria.
Besides using the power of plant to clean air, Natede has sensors that measure air quality, temperature, humidity and fine particulate.

50 startups from Netherlands

Netherlands announced a couple of days ago that up 50 startups will take part in the Holland Pavilion at CES 2019. The technologies to be showcased include digital health, robotics, smart mobility, IoT, smart home, AI and smart city.
The Netherlands is the gateway to Europe with a relatively small population of 17 million people. However, it is “the birthplace of WiFi, Bluetooth, the compact disc and LED technology – as well as historic breakthroughs such as the wood saw, microscope and submarine,” said Gerbert Kunst, San Francisco-based Consul General of the Netherlands.
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