The 2024 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), renowned as the foremost tech exhibition globally, commenced in Las Vegas, USA, on Tuesday.
This yearly event, spanning from Tuesday to Friday, draws an audience surpassing 130,000 and hosts over 4,000 exhibitors representing more than 150 countries and regions. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the CES organizer, reports the participation of over 1,200 startups this year, marking an increase from around 115,000 attendees last year and 45,000 in 2022, as stated by the CTA.
Anticipated to flood the show floor is a fusion of state-of-the-art technologies, product launches, and quirky gadgets, spotlighting the latest trends and advancements within the consumer electronics industry.
Chinese companies have notably asserted their presence at CES, consistently impressing global exhibitors with their innovative offerings. Among the participants at CES 2024 from various sectors in the consumer electronics realm are renowned brands such as Lenovo, BOE, Hisense, and TCL. Additionally, companies specializing in robotics such as Dreame and Yarbo, as well as electric vehicle manufacturers like U Power and AIMA, also made their mark at the event.
Attendees at the show can expect to immerse themselves in new technologies from leading global brands, engage with visionary insights about the future of tech, and foster collaborations with fellow participants in face-to-face interactions.
Key focal points of this year’s showcase encompass artificial intelligence, mobility, sustainability, and innovations aimed at tackling some of the world’s most pressing challenges, according to the CTA.
Parallel to the exhibition, a series of panels are scheduled to discuss the opportunities and obstacles associated with emerging technologies.
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of CTA, expressed, “This year at CES, we are excited to spotlight the critical role that technology is playing in improving every aspect of the human experience. CES 2024 will be the hub where business leaders meet, dream, and solve.”