Blues Wireless lays out plans for CES

  • December 21, 2022
  • Steve Rogerson
  • Blues

Blues Wireless will be exhibiting at CES in Las Vegas next month with the message that any company can cloud-connect their product by cellular.

The low-code cellular connectivity technology from Blues helps innovators focus on the critical elements of their product. Customers and partners will be alongside Blues in a shared exhibit space to demonstrate how their products are transforming their industries, and how Blues makes cellular cloud-connected products possible.

There’s no longer confusion about the business value of being able to monitor and control every physical product remotely. It’s an urgent imperative; billions of dollars are at stake. It has also transformed user experience, improved supply chains, even quietly saved lives. However, despite years of solid effort, most projects remain in perpetual beta because of the thick layers of technical barriers and costs.

Solving these problems with the Notecard and Notehub, Blues delivers a product-to-cloud data pump. Because it is secure and adaptive, it can be designed into IoT services across categories.

The CES product showcase features eleven partners and customers that will highlight this diversity: Agilix for remote patient monitoring; American Crane & Equipment for smart cranes; Brickeye for remote industrial monitoring; EnTek smart utilities and building automation; Evexia remote patient monitoring; Prodigy product design and development; Pulsar product design and development; Rezzi, a waste technology provider; True Manufacturing smart refrigeration. Upperline diabetic patient monitoring; and Velvetwire global tracking systems.

Blues IoT experts, customers and partners will be on site for the event conducting product demos on the company’s stand. Blues executives will also be in attendance, and COO Mobeen Khan will be a member of the IoT M2M Council panel discussing how low-power IoT can help save the planet. The discussion will take place on Saturday, January 7, 2:00 to 2:40pm in LVCC West.

In addition to exhibiting at CES, Blues will be launching a product feature – the first of its kind in the IoT space – which will change the way businesses interact with devices deployed in the field. The official announcement will be made in early January 2023.

Blues will be on stand #10752 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Founded in 2019, Blues’ flagship products, Notecard and Notehub, provide a complete scalable device-to-cloud data pump.