The event will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, from January 7 to 10, 2014.
According to Karen Chupka, International CES senior vice president, the 2014 CES will introduce the world’s latest and most exciting emerging innovations such as wearabletechnology, 3D printing, sensor technologies and driverless cars. She said that they at the CES are eager to see all the game-changing technologies on the floor of the show.
The 2014 CES has more than 3,200 participants who plan to unveil their latest developments in consumer technology in 15 product categories. The 2014 CES consists of conferences, exhibits and TechZones, which highlight the most important emerging trends.
Connecting to the Cloud will show advancements in cloud solutions that are revolutionizing the industry of consumer electronics.
Driverless Cars TechZone is sponsored by Bosch and will feature the future autonomous/ automated driving technologies. The visitors will be offered a drive or ride by Induct, Bosch and Ford. Valeo will introduce autonomous parking cars.
Health Technology will show Innovations in Digital Health.
Sensor Technologies, Ultra HD TV and Wearable Technology will also have prominent place during the 2014 CES.
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