Pierre-Francois Tissot wears an In & Motion smart motor bike vest during CES 2017 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The vest works like a personal airbag by monitoring the rider and if it senses a fall will automatically inflate.
The Hover Camera Passport drone uses facial recognition software to automatically follow the user around and shoot video.
Flow, a smart air quality sensor (left) and its companion app. The wearable device measures dust, exhaust fumes and other harmful gases, as well as temperature and humidity, according to Engadget. With these devices and monitoring stations, Plume, the lab behind flow, plans to map pollution levels in real time across most countries,
The Sleep Sheep, a kid-safe stuffed toy sheep that helps deepen sleep with music and gets smarter over time to ease troubled sleep for children. It is manufactured by AcousticSheep LLC.
Taclim VR shoes by Cerevo can be paired with virtual reality headsets and have haptic feedback which supposedly gives the user the feeling of the virtual surface on which they are walking.
The Olly personal assistant by Emotech is designed to adapt how it interacts with a person based on the person's mood and personality.
The Chrysler Portal, an electric-powered concept mini-van focused toward the millennial generation. The Chrysler Portal with modular components can be adapted for autonomous driving.