Consumer electronics show (or CES for short) is one of the most influential tech events in the world, owned by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). It is a proving ground for breakthrough technologies and innovation. It’s where the celebrities of the technology industry meet new partners, and the biggest innovators in the industry come to light.
The event’s history dates back to its first instance in 1967, with 250 exhibitors and 17,500 attendees in New York City. Since then, the CES has grown exponentially, bringing together traditional and non-traditional tech industries. Next year at CES, on January 5-8, you can meet us during the event in Las Vegas.
About Consumer Technology Association
CTA states that its mission is to help innovators grow, regardless of size. They want technological innovation accessible to change lives for the better. They highlight the importance of big or small ideas, bringing people together and sparking even greater ones.
CTA believes every company should have a voice in shaping the vibrant tech industry. Their interest also lies in using technology, digital content and innovation to tackle the critical issues faced in the modern world. They work with regulators, legislators and public policy stakeholders to represent the entire industry’s interests.
Some of the most exciting revelations from CES 2022
CES 2022 took place in Las Vegas in January this year, displaying an array of innovations from different companies across the sector. BMW presented its electric iX flow with fluidly colour-changing ‘E-Ink’, while LG showcased its vibrating display panels that can turn dashboards and headrests into speakers.
Image credit: Consumer Technology Association
Media, digital artwork and more – what can we expect at CES 2023?
Next year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in coming January promises to allow us to take a peek into the future of technologies with a range of formidable guests, including 317 Fortune 500 companies, 83 Interband 100, 40 of the top retailers, 181 top-tier media, and 60% declared senior-level attendees. They will represent 171 countries and include companies like BMW, AMD, and Netflix or the representatives of the gaming industry, Riot Games, multiple award-winner LG and many others.
From media through the automotive, smart home, and movies to music, space and crypto, people across different tech sectors will showcase their ideas, innovative inventions and future technologies.
Topics for CES 2023
The speakers will cover a range of lifestyle and business topics during CES in January 2023. Among others, the topics will feature:
- 5G tech
- Artificial intelligence
- Digital health
- Crypto NFT
- Entertainment and content
- Automotive technology
- Gaming and E-sports
- Food tech
- Media, marketing and advertising
CES event will keep audiences busy with inspiring speeches and impressive exhibitions from businesses like Google, Panasonic, Samsung, Verizon or Mercedes-Benz. You can also count on expert media coverage by televisions like CNN or Fox. To whet your appetite, you can also follow CES on Twitter and watch the video content on YouTube.
Our part in CES
We’re not going to CES empty-handed. Our expertise correlates with some of the topics of the conference. Here’s how we relate to the following year’s CES coverage.
We’re familiar with the topic of digital health. We have contributed to different projects, including apps, wearables and other software and hardware work. However, we haven’t been doing it only for humans. Our services stretch out as far as helping animals as well. Our project involved creating a sensor that could be implemented into a collar to help detect and speed up the diagnosis of osteoarthritis in dogs.
Cryptocurrencies and NFTs have been prevalent topics in the technology and trading sectors. Together with Bitbond, we have created a tool that allows creating tokens on Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, and Binance Smart Chain in a simple and fast way without having to code smart contracts. This interesting blockchain-based tool proved particularly useful, especially in the banking sector.
Entertainment and content
Entertainment and human experience are essential in every aspect of life, including tech. We’ve worked on several projects with our partners from eye square, including the Spark platform and our current work – eye tracking and Augmented Reality in the art and advertising sectors.
Automotive tech has made a long leap in recent years with electric self-driving cars. People can now count on the considerable help of the IoT and AI to assist them in their journeys. Providing convenient places for electric vehicles to charge is integral to encouraging more drivers to choose this type of car. In our collaboration with Enelion – a manufacturer of chargers for electric cars – we worked on developing a user-friendly platform for electric vehicle charging stations.
Meet DAC.digital at CES 2023
We’ll be waiting for you from Thursday, the fifth of January, to talk about technologies and, even more importantly, discuss your projects and see how our expertise can help develop your ideas into an end-to-end solution. We look forward to seeing you!
Talk with Bart Andrzejewski
Bart is the Business Development Manager at DAC.digital. A T-shaped marketer with experience in the IT sector. He’s passionate about deep tech and emerging tech. As a great listener, he’s always happy to discuss your software and hardware needs. He has experience with companies and people from all walks of life.
Junior Content Specialist at DAC.digital