The competition was extremely intense for the fourth edition of our Hardware Battlefield. 13 shockingly fantastic hardware startups competed to get the coveted Steel Male trophy.

These corporations had a extremely specific CES practical experience as they all pitched in entrance of various groups of judges on stage at the Sands Expo. The startups were competing for $fifty,000 and remaining named the winner of the Hardware Battlefield.

After lots of deliberations, our judges narrowed the list down to four finalists: wearable system for pregnant moms Bloomlife, clever sensors for development sites Pillar, weaves digital sensors into outfits Siren Care and capsule-identifying system Stratio.

These startups built their way to the finale to demo in entrance of our remaining panel of judges, which were CyPhy Functions founder and CTO Helen Greiner, U.S. Patent and Trademark Place of work Director Michelle K. Lee, Intel Cash President Wendell Brooks and TechCrunch Senior Editor Matt Burns.

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And now, satisfy the TechCrunch Hardware Battlefield 2017 winner.

Winner: Siren Care

Siren Care weaves digital sensors into outfits in order to observe a person’s health and fitness. Its first merchandise is a sock that can monitor temperature changes in ft for diabetics, which in flip can help them figure out when items are setting up to go completely wrong and they want to go to the health practitioner.

Study much more in our different put up on Siren Care.

Runner-up: Bloomlife

Bloomlife has designed a wearable system for pregnant mothers to enable them monitor their contractions. It strategies to include much more info above time, with the goal of aiding moms better have an understanding of all the alerts their physique is sending for the duration of pregnancy.

Study much more in our different put up on Bloomlife.