The latest tech trends at CES 2020

The latest tech trends at CES 2020

From artificial intelligence, to 5G, health and wellness, vehicle technology, to robotics, the CES® 2020 in Las Vegas is where the next generation of innovations will be introduced to the marketplace.  It’s the world’s largest and most influential tech event. Whether you’re an innovative startup or an established global brand, CES Las Vegas is the place to see the latest gadgets and devices.

At this year’s show in January expect to see more types and features of self-driving vehicles, including one that will demonstrate how its radar with lasers can spot road hazards. In the smart home category, attendees will learn about touch-activated door locking, as well as security systems that alert homeowners through a mobile app of unauthorized attempts of people entering their homes.

In the field of digital health care, robots will demonstrate how they use facial recognition technology to dispense prescriptions. Also on display this year will be the world’s most powerful hearing aid that scans for soundwaves 100 times per second.

In the television world, improvements in the digital-enhancing technology will be introduced along with roll-able TV screens.

“Companies across every major industry are using technology to transform their businesses, and CES 2020 will be the global stage for the latest innovation across all sectors,” said Karen Chupka, EVP, CES. “The show will represent all facets of global business where attendees can expect the unexpected.”

With more than 170,000 attendees, 4,500 exhibitors and over 1,200 industry thought-leaders on the CES stage, what was once a traditional technology tradeshow has evolved into a global event for all industries.

Additional topics include:

Robots and other Humanoids at Retail
5G and Robotics
Engaging the Techfluid Generation
Imaging the Future with Emerging Tech
What’s next for Vehicle Automation
The New Frontier of Television
Product Design & Manufacturing

CES 2020 will feature keynotes from: Elaine Chao, U.S. Secretary of Transportation; Delta Air Lines’ Ed Bastain; Daimler’s Ola Källenius; Quibi’s Meg Whitman and Jeffery Katzenberg; NBCUniversal’s Linda Yaccarino and Samsung’s Hyun-Suk Kim.

Owned and produced by Consumer Technology Association, CES 2020 runs from Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas.

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