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Preview Of Tomorrow's Tech On CES 2020 Event

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Customer Electronics Show is the global stage for innovation formally known as CES. This show is owned and organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) to attract business leaders and pioneer thinkers to develop business on customer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years now. Presented at the global stage, CES gives a platform to introduce next-generation innovations to the marketplace. Moreover, CES was recently held in January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, the event typically hosts presentations of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry.

History
The first CES was held in June 1967 in New York City where it was a spin off from the Chicago music show, which, until then, had served as the main event for exhibiting consumer electronics. In that event, there were 17,500 attendees and over 100 exhibitors. The kickoff speaker was Motorola chairman Bob Galvin. Earlier from 1978 to 1994, CES was held twice each year. These shows were held in January in Las Vegas known for WCES (Winter Consumer Electronics Show) and others in June in Chicago, known as SCES (Summer Consumer Electronics Show). In 1998, the

exhibition of CES was changed to a once a year format with Las Vegas as the location. In Las Vegas, the show is one of the largest event taking up to 18 days to set up, run and break down.

About the Event
As CES generates utmost interest in gadgets, here are some of them that steal this year show:

Smart Home: - Once again, Amazon and Google will hire out floor space to spotlight products that are tie into their virtual assistants. According to research firm IDC, The success of their smart speakers helped global demand for net-connected home products grow by a healthy 24 percent in unit terms in 2019. However, the challenge at this point is to pioneer new types of devices, not one which is already in the market. Kohler the bathroom specialist is already attracting attention for Moxie; a shower head integrates which has Alexa-enabled speaker and microphone but no camera. Not only this, CES’s smaller start-ups were highly inspired by kitchen appliances. These appliances where Smartypans which is a frying pan, checks the weight and temperature of ingredients before guiding you through the cooking process via an app. Inirv, let owners turn up the heat via voice command and automatically turn off the stove if it is left unattended for too long. And Pantry On aims to automate food shopping lists via smart shelves that monitor when a family's favorite groceries run low and many more appliances.

Robots & AI: - The forthcoming robo-plans are Picnic which shows off a machine that can prepare up to 300 pizzas in an hour, each with a customized set of toppings controlled by an app. Other robots on show will be more focused on keeping us entertained like MarsCat, a kind of feline twist on Sony's robo-dog Aibo - it can play with toys, recognize its owner's voice and even interact with real cats. Additionally, Samsung's skunkworks unit Star Labs has teased Neon in the run-up to CES 2020.

Furthermore, this year CES showcases more than 4,400 exhibiting companies. These companies include manufacturers, developers, suppliers of consumer technology hardware, technology delivery systems and many more. The conference program was with more than 250 conference sessions and more than 170,000 attendees from 160 countries. As it is owned and produced by the CTA, the technology trade association represents USD 401 billion U.S. for the consumer technology industry so that it can fascinate the world’s business leaders and entrepreneur to a forum where the industries’ most relevant issues are addressed.

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