CES 2018 Will Have 4000 Exhibitors And 118 Government Leaders

Posted: Dec 12 2017, 6:37am CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2018 Will Have 4000 Exhibitors and 118 Government Leaders

Gary Shapiro claims CES 2018 will have Many Displaying Representatives over Large Area

Gary Shapiro happens to be the main man behind the biggest tech show on the face of the planet which is the CES 2018. It will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada soon.

As president and CEO of the CTA, Gary Shapiro will head the CES 2018. Over 184,498 came to the show earlier onwards in 2017. The next year will feature an even greater number of individuals. 4000 exhibitors will be spread out over 2.6 million square feet of space.

Shapiro gave a preliminary interview to VB, in which he explained some of the exciting things which were going to take place once the CES 2018 preparations got underway. There will be an excess of startups that will come to the Eureka Park area of the event.

Upto 800 companies will be coming which is a sizeable difference from the 600 which came a year ago. 118 leaders of governments will also attend the event.

Much of the conversation which will take place will be regarding the non-partisan nature of the Internet. Various sections of the show will have different areas allotted to all sorts of services and products.

The drone section will have 47 exhibitors. That is 15% more than in erstwhile times. AR will take up 24 exhibitors which is 20% greater than last time. VR and gaming exhibitors reached a tally of 46 which is 26% up from the previous year.

New records will be set in 2018. CES has definitely become a major stage show for innovation and creativity in high technology. The US has shown quite some oneupmanship over Europe in the field of technology, according to Shapiro.

There are novel categories that are included this time around too and they include: AR, digital money and fancy cars. Some of the issues that will be discussed include free speech and net neutrality.

Shapiro assured the interviewer that it will be a changed scenario when the CES 2018 finally does take place.

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