CES 2016 Robotics exhibit space constituting of over 20 exhibitors has grown tremendously since CES 2015.
CES 2016 just reported a substantial increase in its Robotics Marketplace. The Robotics Marketplace exhibit will see an increase in exhibit space. The marketplace has increased by a 71 percent growth in exhibit space since CES 2015.
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The marketplace is presented by Robotics Trends. At the marketplace the attendees have the opportunity to mingle with more than 20 exhibitors. The exhibitors will showcase intelligent and autonomous machines to change the current way of life.
The machines will be useful for a variety of tasks at work, school, or the doctor's office and even at home. Some of the machines are connected to the cloud and controllable by mobile devices. The machines are capable of seeing, hearing and reacting to the environment.
According to Gary Shapiro the CEO of CTA robots are increasingly interacting with the environment. will change the approach to daily lives.
"Robots can increasingly move, see, hear, sense and react to the environment," said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association™ (CTA), formerly the Consumer Electronics Association.
"Robots will change how we approach our daily lives. We expect to see this category expand on the CES show floor, improve lives and help transform the consumer technology industry."
The robotics category is expected to expand on the CES show floor. The robotics market place can help transform the consumer technology industry. The Robotics marketplace will be located at the CES' Tech West within the Sands Level 2.
Some of the robotics companies coming to CES 2016 are Nidec Corporation, ECOVACS Robotics and Robocare Co. Similarly Ninebot Inc. and Future Robot Co. will also be participating in the CES 2016 Robotics Marketplace.
In addition there will be a Robotics conference track presented by Robotics Trends at CES 2016. The conference will take place on Friday, the 8th of January, 2016.
At the conference attendees will get a first look at the latest robots entering the market. Speakers include members from Google, Carnegie Mellon University, Yamaha, Lux Research etc.
"It's like an invasion from within," said Steve Crowe, Managing Editor of Robotics Trends. "…drones that were once scarce now proliferate; 3D printers, once just about invisible, now pack in throngs of the curious; while robot floor vacs, lawn mowers, pool cleaners, telepresence robots, even driverless BMWs are more than obvious to everyone."
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The Consumer Technology Association has been organizing the CES event for the last 40 years. CES 2016 will see 3600 exhibitors and 150,000 attendees. The event will last from the 6th to the 9th of January, 2016.