It’s the beginning of the new decade and with the arrival of 2020, futuristic technology will be witnessing some breakthroughs. Technologists, tech entrepreneurs, varied group of executives, hobbyists are already all set to showcase a slew of big tech trends. The huge annual tech show, Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is here to enrich lives with innovative and interactive technology.
Around 200,000 innovators are expected to gather in Las Vegas to explore, learn, connect and get inspired at CES. CES is an annual technology event organized by Consumer Technology Association (CTA) that would be showcasing the world’s most leading-edge technology gadgets, futuristic apps and products.
Some of the latest technology innovations that are expected to dominate this year at the event are augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), Artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, privacy, 5G, 8K TVs. smart homes, smart city, smart car, drones, foldable tech, wearables and many such innovations.
The expo will be officially starting from January 7th and end on 10th January. 4500+ exhibitors are expected to showcase around 20,000 cutting edge products at CES. Around 1,70, 000 attendees from 160 countries will be attending this mega event.
According to reports, Apple will be making its official appearance for the first time, since the year 1992 at CES. Established tech giants and industry leaders like Dell, Samsung, Panasonic, Nikon, Sharp, AMD, Bosch, Amazon Alexa and 1200 startups will be participating in this expo.
This year you can also look out for the most-awaited sex tech at CES as nothing can be better than the Sin City to make the appearance. Around 10 companies will be featuring their innovative tech products as CES’s health and wellness sector and number of companies will be launching 5G enabled devices at this event.
Ivanka Trump, Salesforce Chairman; Ajit Pai, FCC Chairman; Shelley Zalis, The Female Quotient CEO; Terry Crews, America’s Got Talent host; and Mark Cuba are some of the high-profile featured speakers at CES.
The mega tech event will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Centre and 11 official venues, spanning, 2.9 million square feet exhibit space.