6 Philadelphia-area companies are set to showcase at CES 2022 – Philadelphia Business Journal

Several Philadelphia-area companies will have exhibitor booths at CES, which kicks off in Las Vegas this Wednesday.
Arguably the consumer technology industry’s largest gathering, CES has more than 200 Fortune 500 companies registered and 44 different tech categories showcased this year. At the three-day festival, some of the biggest names in tech will unveil new product releases and prototypes. 
While some tech giants like Apple skip CES in favor of their own headline-making events, others like Philadelphia-based Comcast Corp. (NASDAQ: CMCSA) are keeping their eyes on the exhibitor floor. Comcast’s NBCUniversal Sports Tech fund will have a booth at the conference, as will Comcast Technology Solutions, the company’s media innovation team.
CES will host more than 2,200 exhibitor booths, and six will be held by Philadelphia-area companies. They are:
Audacy
Recently-rebranded Audacy (NYSE: AUD), formerly known as Entercom, is the second-largest radio company in the United States, owning more than 200 radio stations and several podcasting outfits. It is headquartered in Philadelphia.
CalChip Connect
Warminster-based CalChip Connect distributes internet-of-things (IoT) and LoRa products, connecting IT manufacturers with clients who need their products. 
Compass Mining
Compass Mining is a Wilmington, Delaware, cryptocurrency startup that encourages individuals to mine for Bitcoin around the world by selling hardware payment plans and space in server farms. 
CSS Inc.
CSS Inc. is a longtime government and commercial contractor that specializes in services in earth, space and life sciences; emergency response and disaster recovery; environmental safety and health; natural resources management and transportation safety and security. The company is based in Gibbsboro, New Jersey.
Reliefband Technologies
Horsham-based Reliefband Technologies sells a wearable wrist product that treats and prevents nausea using neuromodulation, a mild electrical pulse to stimulate the nerves.
Strados Labs
Strados Labs developed an e-stethoscope that allows doctors to identify abnormal breathing patterns remotely through a sensor worn on the chest or back, which received Food and Drug Administration marketing clearance in 2020. The company is headquartered in Philadelphia.
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