Sustainability, fuel cells, onshore and airborne shared mobility, ADAS and autonomous driving, interior and exterior sensors, as well as productivity and well-being-on-board were major automotive topics addressed during CES 2020.
After a hype around autonomous driving, linked technologies, and the inquietude at established automotive companies what future business models could look like, CES 2019 seemed to be more settled. Some called it an “evolution instead of a revolution” – I would rather call it a technical consolidation with the overall aim of realization.
The “CES 2019 Automotive Innovation Report” summarizes major innovations of this year’s event.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 starts in Las Vegas on January 5th 2017. As in previous years StratMa International will again summarise all major automotive trends and innovations in its yearly “CES Automotive Innovation Report” available beginning of February 2017. The report is unique as all innovations will be illustrated with picture material and for most innovations the functioning will be shown with videos. Reserve the report until December 15th 2016 and safe your Early Bird Discount.
The automotive show floor at CES 2016 was the biggest in its history: 9 automotive OEMs, 115 automotive technology companies and 25% growth in automotive show floor exhibits compared to CES 2015. Therewith CES beats the North American International Automotive Show in Detroit, which traditionally takes place the week after CES.
StratMa International, a Swiss based consulting company for Strategic Marketing and Business Development, has published its 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Report with major focus on the automotive industry.