CES 2016 is over! What have we learned from this week’s big announcements? - Teleperformance - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog
We are back with insight on major trends in tech that were presented by more than 3,600 exhibitors at the conference held between January 6th and 9th. The venue stretched over 230,000 square meters of exhibition space at one of the world’s biggest convention spaces.
More Connected Objects
If we had to pick one major trend from this fair, it would be that the future of technology will require communication. Welcome to the wonderful world of the Internet of Things (“IoT” for connoisseurs).
Exhibitors such as Huawei added a touch of “fashion” to its products for women, presenting products designed in partnership with a flagship company in jewelry, Swarovski.
Many exhibitors developed products to better track physical activity. The right activity tracker will be based on your individual needs: whether you’re planning on counting steps, sleep or monitoring your heart rate 24/7, there’s something for everyone in wearables, and brands like Fitbit, Microsoft or Zhor Tech are all getting in on the action.
In terms of automobiles, manufacturers presented concept cars that are more connected and autonomous than ever. FaradayFuture, a new actor in this market, introduced its FFZERO1 model, a futuristic version of the Batmobile.
Virtual Reality Makes its Mark
We saw it everywhere. This year, VR was clearly one of the stars of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Samsung allowed everyone to test the Galaxy Gear VR.
Oculus allowed visitors to try the final version of its glasses Oculus Rift after four years of development.The glasses have been available for pre order since January 6th.
CES 2016 has come and gone! After four days of great new developments in tech, the end of the show brought us back to our routine. When will all this new technology be available in our everyday life?
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Publish Date: January 27, 2016 5:00 AM
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