CES Las Vegas – 2019

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pic magazine 6929 2019-01-24International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showcased January 8-11, 2019 in the grandiose town of Las Vegas, Nevada, at the World Trade Center. World’s largest and most prominent technology exhibition, CES has been displaying its wares for 52 years to professionals of the electronics trade. Sponsored by CTA (Consumer Technology Association) this monumental event displays science from over 4,500 U.S. companies attracting the world’s business directors and trailblazing inventors of consumer tech. Media from all over the globe broadcasts the game-changing innovations for the anxious public with much anticipation. Products spanning from 3D printing to wireless devices and services were announced this year. It’s like a science fiction sweet-shop.

CES Memorable Focal Points and Highlights

Below is a fractional list of attention getters. These stood out, promising to impact consumer’s desire for bigger, better and bolder. Starring all of the big shots in technology, CES is where businesses display their greatest and most extravagant inventions. • HEADPHONES – Audio-Technica ATH-ANC900BT • DRONES – DJI Smart Controller • ROBOT VACS – Deebot Ozmo 960 • WEARABLES – Embr Wave • TIME KEEPERS – Lenovo Smart Clock, PowerWatch 2 • LAPTOPS – Lenovo Yoga C730 • PHONES – 5G Wireless, Lenovo Z5 Pro Smartphone • TVs – Hisense 100L7T Smart TriChroma 4K Laser TV • GAMING - HP Omen X Emperium 65 • CAMERAS - Insta360 Titan • COMPUTERS – Intel Lake Ice Processor • CARS - Mercedes CLA 2020 • HOME - Netatmo Smart Video Doorbell, FoldiMate Laundry Folder • DELL - Alienware Area-51m • HUAWEI - MateBook 13 • LG - LG-signature OLED-TV-R • NVIDIA - Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 • PANASONIC - Panasonic GZ2000 OLED • SAMSUNG - Samsung MicroLED • ROYOLE – FlexPai folding phone • HARLEY DAVIDSON – LiveWire electric bike • HYUNDAI – Elevate • SONY – Z9G 8K LED TV • ASUS – Mothership GZ700 gaming laptop

The Next Innovative Wave Of Connectivity

Just about every offering promoted at the CES, impacts the industry of telecommunications. As the fake becomes more and more real, technology is forced to develop radical solutions to detect and prevent digital fraud and manipulation. While there are significant advantages for consumers and corporations within the digital environment, there are the disadvantages that exist demanding protection and security of one’s identity. At the CES, Machine Learning, Forensic Technology, and Artificial Intelligence were keynotes in supplying effective solutions to fraud. Oh, But Wait, There’s More

Smartphones and 5G Technology

5G technology is much more than providing faster data speeds and lower latencies. All of the major US telecommunication providers have pledged to roll out this innovation this year with many devices on display at CES already 5G-enabled. Promising to transform everything, this wireless technology will embrace artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and robotics. This will impact drones, travel, healthcare, media, entertainment and more.

AR and VR Are In The Family Way

By all means, AR and VR are having a baby! They plan to name him XR. XR amalgamates enhanced, mixed and/or simulated realities, to produce data that crosses three dimensions instead of two. Once thought as amusement and games related, Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) will meld itself into the workplace for an immersive experience reaching beyond simple entertainment. The opportunities for businesses and consumers will be tremendous. Industries like healthcare, sports, real estate, marketing, and education will forever be changed. CES showcased this new science through head-mounted displays, haptic communication, 360 video, and full body tracking.

Automotive Advancements

Self-driving cars, the intelligence platform that creates its own transportation ecosystem, will depend on cloud-based accuracy. Navigation apps, widely relied on, will become authoritative locality platforms. This technology transforms the driver and the vehicle. Autonomous transports will safely navigate to coded destinations while the driver can instantly become a passenger at the press of a button. 2020 promises to be even more exciting for CES.