The 2015 International CES® was the largest CES in show history, with more than 2.2 million net square feet of exhibit space featuring more than 3,600 exhibitors, including a record number of startups. Innovators showcased the latest across categories like automotive electronics, personalized health care solutions, unmanned vehicles, connected devices, 3D printers, gaming and more.
CES 2015 featured technology breakthroughs and product launches across the technology ecosystem, drawing the world’s attention to innovation from driverless cars and 3D printers to life-saving body monitoring systems and connected homes. This year’s show expanded to a massive three venues – Tech East, Tech West and C Space at ARIA. The show served as a proving ground for innovators, big and small, featured 375 startup companies, up from 220 last year.
We discovered some great new products and innovations at the show. It was evident 4K is now mainstream as it could be found everywhere, from consumer cameras to displays, drones and more. Speaking of drones, they keep getting smaller (while retaining full HD quality) and easier to use (with indoor capabilities!), they also make for pretty good dancers. There were plenty of new ideas to be found on the camera side, from full 360 capabilities to wearables and dual angle recording. Lighting was also at the forefront, with new portable options for lighting on the go. On the playback side, curved monitors were all around, and startups demoed new input and user interface ideas. Other highlights included new personal mobility devices (essentially mini segways) and levitating speakers. There was even a submarine!
The 2016 International CES will return to Las Vegas Wednesday, January 6 through Saturday, January 9, 2016. For the latest CES news and videos visit CESweb.org.