This year at CES, the security industry was well represented.
The Consumer Electronics Show has been a place to see the latest innovations and technologies in electronics for more than 40 years, but recently, security companies are becoming more and more a staple.
During the past several months, Accenture has done extensive research and engaged with a broad range of clients to identify the big stories to watch at the fast-approaching CES 2016. There will be plenty of those again, but that will not be the shows main theme. The prevailing stories will center on security, safety and health services that help consumers in their daily lives.
CES is a double-edged sword for tech journalists. Its the largest consumer electronics trade show in the United States and one that constantly looms on the horizon like an ominous cloud filled with the promise of long hours and sleep-deprived nights. At the same time, its a space where we can gawk at remarkable innovations that will soon shape the future of the industry, redefining technology as a whole and paving the way for more advanced application as they do.
<a title="CES 2016: LG And Samsung battle for smart home leadership" href="https://techspective.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/lg.jpg" rel="prettyPhoto"><img class="attachment-main-slider wp-post-image no-display appear alignleft" title="CES 2016: LG And Samsung battle for smart home leadership" src="https://techspective.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/lg-600×336.jpg" alt="LG Smarthinq Hub" width="402" height="225" /> </a>
<blockquote class="curated_content">LG and Samsung are planning to do battle for control of your home at CES. Samsung is bringing its acquired SmartThings technology to TVs to provide a central hub from which your home can be controlled. LG just announced it is going to showcase its Smarthome Hub at CES as well. Each idea has its merits and problems, but I think LG is closer to what we initially need than Samsung is. Let me explain.</blockquote>
WESTFORD, Mass – December 28, 2015 (Investorideas.com newswire) Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco (NYSE: TYC), the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company, will showcase its connected home solutions in its debut appearance at the 2016 CES show, January 6-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. The world’s gathering place for consumer technologies provides an ideal platform to feature the company’s expanding range of technology-inspired products and capabilities for the smart home.
The Consumer Electronics Show has been threatened with relative obscurity as major tech companies like Samsung have moved big launches away from the show, while the likes of Microsoft and Apple avoid it entirely. But this year CES gets its mojo back;2016 will bring a geek’s bounty of autonomous, connected and electric cars;virtual and augmented reality that’s almost ready for prime time; more health-focused and useful wearables; the continued rise of Chinese technology companies;and drones, drones and more drones.
Attendees at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas January 5-9 will be subject to metal detector screening, pat downs and bag checks. Even laptop bags are being discouraged.
The new reality of terrorism is hitting the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Due to recent global tragedies, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has announced new security procedures for CES. This includes bag restrictions as well as additional security measures for attendees.
LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Jasco Products, leader in consumer electronics and home automation products, and Water4, a leading non-profit organization providing access to clean drinking water to a quarter million people and counting, announced that they are partnering together at CES 2016 to save lives and benefit thousands around the world. Visit booth #9005 (Central Hall, LVCC) from January 6-9 to see how Water4 and Jasco are working together to transform the quality of life for people and entire communities around the world by helping rapidly increase the number of people with access to safe water.