CES – What to Expect in 2018
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the largest global convention for consumer electronics and technology. It is now over 50 years old. In 2018, CES will be held on January 9 to 12 at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center. CES is attended by tens of thousands of industry professionals and features hundreds of exhibitors.
Highlights of 2018 CES include:
- Self-Driving Vehicles Conference Sessions and Displays
- Expanding Trends for the Internet of Things (IoT)
- CES Sports Zone – Advancements in technology for sports
- The Future of Digital Health
- Robotics Featuring Personal Assistant Robots
- Augmented and Virtual Reality with 4D Gaming
- Holographic Hands-Free Displays for Motorcycle Riders
- Special Event Programs and Exhibitions on Smart Cities
Explore the newest developments in 5G connectivity, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics that will dynamically impact the industry sectors of energy production/distribution, utilities, health, public safety, and transportation. Deloitte estimates that investment in Smart Cities will reach $34 billion annually by 2020.
Keynote speakers at the 2018 CES include a panel of Turner Chairman and CEO John Martin along with CEO Randy Freer of Hulu.
Online registration is available at www.cces.tech. The regular price for a CES Exhibits Pass is $100 for registrations made by December 18, 2017, which increases to $300 from Dec. 19, 2017, to January 12, 2018. Many technology solution providers, who are exhibitors at CES, offer registration codes for free admission to CES, so ask your favorite vendor for a free passcode.