.TECH was everywhere at CES this year – here’s three super innovative companies that caught my eye

CES 2020 is a wrap and as the biggest consumer electronics show of the year comes to a close, a lot of new companies and technologies are buzzing with excitement. This year, CES saw an influx of startup and technology companies branding on .TECH domains and I thought it would be fun to share a few of them that caught my eye. Oh, and it wasn’t just companies at CES using .TECH, CES itself even branded on a .TECH domain – CES.tech.

Quick note – Radix who operates .TECH and a number of other new domain extension is a sponsor of this blog, they rock, and I’m excited to share some of the awesome things people are doing on their domains. With that, let’s dive in.

Fluidity.tech – this one had me at “designed by a former NASA astronaut.” So what is Fluidity.tech? It’s an innovative new drone controller that allows drone pilots to control their drones with one hand, freeing up the other hand to do anything it wants. Forbes had this to say about Fluidity.tech:

“The FT Aviator is undoubtedly more intuitive to use than a traditional two-stick controller, and the trigger buttons were highly fluid and responsive.”

(Source – Forbes)

TriEye.tech – it’s no secret that self-driving cars are moving from a “thing of the future” to something that is going to be a viable form of transportation very soon. Heck, I know a few people the have Teslas and run them in self-driving mode on the freeway when they commute to and from work so it’s already happening.

One challenge that self-driving cars run-into is operating in extreme conditions. That’s where TriEye comes in, they’ve developed a SWIR camera that works well in extreme weather and low light, and they’ve done it in a cost-effective way. Don’t be surprise if the next car you buy has TriEye built in.

NoTraffic.tech – this company solves a problem that’s been a personal pet peeve of mine for years. Tell me how often this happens to you. You pull up to a traffic light, there’s no cars going the other direction but you sit there staring at an empty intersection for what feels like an eternity.

NoTraffic.tech has built the first AI-powered traffic signal platform that connects the people on the road with the city’s grid. The result is cities that have smart traffic lights that are more prepared for things like self-driving cars, scooters, and all the other new modern transportation solutions that are coming our way.

Of course, there were a lot more than three companies branding on .TECH at CES, here’s the full list of .TECH companies at show:

Wearin’www.wearin.tech
Vervet Srlwww.vervet.tech
TriEyewww.trieye.tech
Tauon LLCwww.tauon.tech
Taiwan Tech Arenawww.taiwanarena.tech
Panacurawww.panacura.tech
Ottopiawww.ottopia.tech
OAXIS Asia Pte Ltd.www.myfirst.tech
nScribe Technlogieswww.nscribe.tech
NoTrafficwww.notraffic.tech
MoNoAwww.monoa.tech
Kallion, Inc.www.kallion.tech
iWater Tech LLCwww.iwater.tech
Innoviz Technologies Ltd.www.innoviz.tech
Fluidity Technologieswww.fluidity.tech
Facecodewww.facecode.tech
Eyewarewww.eyeware.tech
Existowww.existo.tech
Dreame Technology www.dreame.tech
DataGenwww.datagen.tech
Daan Technologieswww.daan.tech
BT5 Technologies, LLCwww.bt5.tech
BrainCo Inc.www.brainco.tech
Aico Technologies Pte Ltdwww.aico.tech
ABEyewww.abeye.tech

Congrats to all of these companies, they’re doing incredibly cool things and I’m glad they got to showcase what they’re doing to the world at CES this year! πŸ™Œ

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  • Matt Holmes January 23, 2020, 10:47 pm

    Thanks Morgan, great post and very interesting, but dont’ you think some of the domains are not premium enough AND on a non .com?

    I wonder if they could be on a better .com, but i’m not sure how far along these startups are.

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    • Morgan January 23, 2020, 11:35 pm

      Thanks Matt! I think technology companies will continue to be drawn to .tech since it provides context to what they do. It’s new gTLDs like this that I think will continue to see solid growth over time since the extension itself can instantly tell consumers more about a company.

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