La Poste showcases services at CES

La Poste is showcasing products at the CES show in Las Vegas this week.

According to a statement issued by La Poste yesterday (8 January), the services being shown at the consumer technology exhibition include an application called La Poste e-santé which allows users to create their own “digital health book” – through which they collect and centralise their health data in a secure way.

The data could include information from connected monitors, such as smart watches, and useful reminders about vaccines updates or health alerts.

Users will be able to share the information with their doctors, while ensuring the security and integrity of the data.

La Poste will also be using CES to showcase its Digitposte + application, which allows users to upload important documents and then make secure connections and transfers with trusted organizations. La Poste said the system can be used for the automation collection of tax notices, bank statements or bills, and other applications.

Meanwhile, La Poste will be giving an update on the home services it now offers via its partners, which include cleaning and laundry collection.

 

 

 

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