CES 2016

C-Means at CES 2016

Whereas wandering the Eureka Park flooring at CES, we bumped into C-Means, a cool French startup that’s making GPS-enabled sensible watches for teenagers.

So what precisely does a sensible watch for teenagers do?

Nicely first off, it helps mother and father maintain monitor of their child’s location. By embedding a GPS sensor within the system, mother and father can open C-Means’s app and see the place your baby is always, because of a constructed-in, 5€ per thirty days EDGE knowledge connection.

C-Approach additionally acts as a scheduler in your youngster. Mother and father can enter their child’s schedule into the app, and the system will ship alerts to the kid, in addition to let mother and father know if the kid’s present location matches as much as the place their schedule says they need to be.

The watch additionally lets mother and father ship one-means “textual content messages” to the child’s watch, utilizing the constructed-in knowledge connection.

The system has a forty eight-hour rechargeable battery, and has totally different attachments that can be utilized relying on how previous your youngster is. Older youngsters can use a model with a small LCD display, which youthful youngsters might favor the model that swaps a display for a wearable lego platform the place they will connect their favourite Lego figurine.

The corporate can also be producing a sensible alarm clock referred to as Bubble, which is designed to take a seat in a toddler’s room and consists of comparable options like scheduling, 1-approach voice chat, and even the power to watch air high quality.

C-Approach and Bubble can be found for preorder now, and price $149 and $139, respectively.

CES 2016