The Eureka Park section at CES 2015 is home to startups looking to make a splash at the industry’s largest electronics show. This year, more than 370 startups were on display. Many of those companies are launching products connected to smart homes, the Internet of things and health, wellness and fitness wearable devices.
As you’d expect, most of the products on display are designed for consumers. However, many offer enterprise potential. Here’s a look at how 11 of the startups exhibiting at CES could benefit the enterprise.
1. Snapkin: Interior design enthusiasts can get a 2D and 3D floor plan of a room in their house by placing the Snapkin device on the floor in the center of the room. The device scans for measurements of floors and walls and creates a digital floorplan. You can download the floorplan to experiment with ways to design and place furniture.
Enterprise uses: Snapkin could present an opportunity for furniture companies, hardware stores, paint companies and interior designers and decorators.