Will give private demos by appointment
Olea Sensor Networks, the developer of sensors and analytic software for cloud based systems, has announced that they will be one of the exhibitors that will be at the International Consumer Electronics Show to be held in Las Vegas from January 6th, 2015 and going until January, 9th. Company officials have said that they will be taking appointments for people to get private demonstrations all during the four days of CES 2015. Olea will be showcasing their current intelligent multi-sensor data acquisition solutions, which is compatible with a wide range of operating systems. The company will also be displaying their new technology called intelligent partitioning. The sensor and data analysis with intelligent partitioning is one that will be able to give a person real time vital signs of a person and then have those signs placed on the company website to be viewed. The company is also in works with other industries such as the automobile industry.
Critics are saying that Olea Sensor Networks and their technology are ones that could be very vital in the future. While there are plenty of IoT and machine to machine networks out there, the new Olea technology will allow for faster gathering of information and will be able to successfully filter out other information that could be on another computer in the cloud system. Olea engineers have also been working with several automobile manufacturers in having Olea technology placed in their vehicles. A demo that Olea Sensor Networks will have at their CES 2015 booth is a sensor that can take a person’s vital signs without them even touching the sensor like is done with today’s blood pressure machines and thermometers.
The OS-3001 Intelligent Multi-Sensor Data Acquisition platform by Olea Sensor Networks is one that is still in the planning stages with trial runs but will be on hand at the Olea exhibition space. The company says that they plan on setting up all along the Las Vegas strip for CES 2015 and will have private meeting rooms for those who set up meetings with the Olea engineers through their website.
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