Thursday, February 9, 2023

Amazon announces 9 new products at CES 2023

Among this year’s innovations, Amazon collaborates with Panasonic, Disney and other partners to build technology that allows new experiences to stand out.

The beginning of January means it’s time consumer electronics show (ESC). The annual four-day conference in Las Vegas puts companies and developers at the forefront of technology and serves as a global platform for innovation.

Attending CES in person for the first time since the pandemic, Amazon showcased a variety of its latest inventions, including new ring car camera why astronomy,

Amazon also announced updates for the release of CaseNew standard for smart home communication, plus new features ringVehicle Integration with Voice AI, Exciting Partnerships with Panasonic and Disney and Ease of Use pavementAmazon’s secure and always-accessible system on the community network.

Here are some of Amazon’s biggest announcements at CES, from exciting demos to new product launches:


Amazon’s vision for the smart home has long been based on open APIs and interoperability. That’s why there are over 140,000 Alexa-compatible smart home device models and over 300 million field devices from various brands that are already connected to Alexa and work well together.

The company is also one of the major contributors Case A new standard developed by the Connectivity Standards Alliance to connect smart home systems and devices to work seamlessly together.

Last year, Amazon completed its initial wave of Mater implementations when it added support for 17 different models of Echo devices, plugs, switches and light bulbs to the standard. At CES, Amazon announced the next step in its rollout by supporting the standard for more than 100 million devices in the field across 30 different Echo and Eero models. When completed, it will be the largest such placement of Mater-enabled equipment to date.

Additionally, Amazon will bring Matter to new types of devices such as thermostats, shades, and sensors, as well as support for configuring Matter devices in the Alexa iOS app, and Thread Edge router support on the Echo (4th generation). With these updates, along with broader support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Low Energy, Thread, and Zigbee on Amazon and Alexa devices, customers can mix and match smart home devices from a wide variety of brands with the confidence that they’ll just work.

Ring expands its product line with two-way car cams

Ring expanded its product offering with the Ring Car Cam, which is available for pre-order. The Ring Car Cam extends Ring security from your home to your vehicle with two-way cameras for interior and exterior recording, and smart sensors to detect certain events around and inside your vehicle, whether you’re being parked or You are walking

also announced the ring peephole cam, A video intercom that can be easily installed over the peephole of an existing door in an apartment or rental property. With a 1080p HD camera, night vision, two-way talk, and motion and shock detection, the Peephole Cam is perfect for renters.

The Ring Peephole Cam is available now in the US for $129.99.

Voice AI for your vehicle

Amazon and Panasonic announced that they will work together on an industry-first technology integration for Panasonic’s SkipGen in-vehicle infotainment system. The partnership will allow customers to use Alexa and Siri together in Apple CarPlay by simply speaking the wake word for either voice service. Ultimately, this gives customers more options and flexibility to easily enable iPhone features, Alexa in-vehicle controls and more.

The Alexa Auto SDK powers the SkipGen integration, giving customers access to over 130,000 custom Alexa skills. This includes customizing car control features, monitoring and controlling smart home devices, and receiving weather reports, offline media playback, and navigation.

Amazon and Disney bring magic to CES

An Image Of An Echo Smart Speaker With Hey Disney!  Feature And Ears Of Mickey Mouse.

Amazon publicly demonstrated it for the first time Hey Disney! voice assistant, which will give guests access to a wide range of Disney Magic through their Echo devices at home and in select Disney Resort hotel rooms.

Customers will be able to interact with more than 20 characters from Disney, Pixar and Star Wars, including Mickey Mouse, Dory from Finding Nemo and Olaf from Frozen, hear jokes, play trivia, experience sounds and much more For. Soon, customers in the US will be able to purchase the service at home through the Alexa Skills Store or enjoy it as part of an Amazon Kids+ subscription.

New Amazon Sidewalk-Enabled Device

Amazon announced a series of new devices that will soon join Amazon Sidewalk, the private, secure, always-on community network designed to connect billions of devices. New devices from Cosmos USA Inc., Brown and Meshify (an IoT subsidiary of HSB) will be available to customers later this year, while a smart modem from Deviceroy is already available.

Photo Of The Denova Detect Device.

These devices are powered by Sidewalk’s long-range, low-bandwidth connectivity, providing the potential for battery-saving benefits without the costs associated with cellular data or limited Wi-Fi range. With the goal of empowering more device makers this year, Amazon will soon give developers open access to tools and resources to help them build new Sidewalk-enabled devices.

“Alexa, find an electric vehicle charging station”

An Image Of The Dashboard Of A Vehicle, Showing The Three Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Closest To The Car Displayed On A Screen.

Amazon announced that later this year, electric vehicle drivers in the US will be able to ask Alexa to help them find and navigate to more than 150,000 public charging stations. When you ask Alexa to find an EV charging station, you’ll receive a list of public charging locations nearby, with plug type availability, and arrival time and distance. You can then tell Alexa which charging station you want to use and you’ll receive navigation directions to that location.

EVgo, one of the largest public fast-charging networks in the country, will also be the first EV charging operator to offer voice-initiated payments for charging. If Alexa customers choose an Evo charging station, they can initiate a charge and pay for it.

Alexa, meet Josh. E

Photo Of Two People Interacting With Josh.e, A Home Intelligence System With Its Own Voice Assistant.

Amazon has partnered with Josh.AI to demonstrate the potential for multi-assistant integration for the Josh.E home intelligence system. While Josh.e’s specially designed assistant controls the smart home and its connected devices, customers will simultaneously be able to use Alexa to make a variety of voice requests they know and love, like the latest Checking game scores and managing shopping lists.

The Alexa Fund Introduces Innovation in Sustainability and Accessibility

A Photo Of The Alexa Fund Startup.

Amazon’s Alexa Fund invests in the technologies and startups that are powering the future of ambient computing, new media, and smart devices. The fund seeks to help manufacturers, developers and startups broaden the applications of smart technology across accessibility, sustainability, entertainment and more.

Amazon Astro meets CES

An Animated Gif Showing The Astro Home Robot Walking Around

Astro is a new and different type of robot designed to help customers with a variety of tasks. Astro brings together new advances in artificial intelligence, computer vision, sensor technology and voice and edge computing in a package that is designed to be useful and convenient.

Amazon previously announced new capabilities for Astro, such as detecting pets and identifying certain objects around the home. This year, Amazon brought Astro to CES to show off the robot and its enhanced functionality in a live demo for the first time.

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