The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is fast approaching and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever. From January 6 to 9, technology professionals and enthusiasts from around the world will converge on the city to see the latest and greatest in consumer electronics and technology.
Forbes reports on the companies you can expect to see at this annual technology summit. This year’s CES seems to have a lot to offer tech fans.
A look at notable areas
Forbes tells us that one of the standout areas at CES is automotive technology. This year, Tirias Research expects a wide variety of vendors to showcase infotainment systems, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Autonomous Vehicle (AV) systems and new Electric Vehicle (EV) platforms.
Companies such as Ambarella, Mobileye, Nvidia and Qualcomm will all be present, along with leading suppliers such as Bosch, Continental, Magna International and ZF. In fact, nearly half of CES press conferences typically focus on automotive and transportation technology.
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Another area to watch at CES is heavy machinery. Companies such as John Deere, Bobcat, Hyundai Heavy Industries and Caterpillar will all showcase their latest technologies. John Deere, in particular, has become an important part of the event, as CEO John May has emphasized that his company is a technology company.
Last year Bobcat introduced the all-electric T7X compact track loader and this year Hyundai Heavy Industries is expected to make some exciting announcements given its investments in AI, robotics, EVs and hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Reports tell us that industrial automation is also a growing presence at CES, with a range of robots for manufacturing and materials management, as well as agricultural technology (Agtech). Health and medical products will also be well represented, with everything from operating room equipment to home and fitness monitoring.
A time for startups
In addition to these areas, CES is always home to a wide variety of startups showcasing their new products. Located in the Eureka Park area of the Venetian Conference Center, these startups often offer the latest advances in processing, AI, connectivity, robotics, and sensing technologies.
Of course, CES is also known for its wide range of consumer products, including PCs, TVs, displays, Wi-Fi routers, microphones, audio systems, earbuds and headphones, drones, 3D printers, AR and VR headsets, and all the accessories that come with them. AMD’s CEO, Lisa Su, will give an opening keynote at CES, so we can at least hear about some of the new AMD PC products.
Unfortunately, the next generation of smartphones won’t be well represented at CES this year, as most makers will wait until Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of February to make their debut, Forbes reports. However, there may still be some mobile technology announcements.
All in all, CES is a must-see event for anyone interested in the tech industry. With a wide range of technologies on display, from cars and heavy machinery to industrial automation and consumer products, there is something for everyone. Whether you’re a technology professional or just an enthusiast, make sure you put CES 2023 on your calendar.
Stay tuned here at Tech Times for more CES 2023 updates.
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