Showcasing the latest innovations in gesture and motion technology, the Sensors Marketplace will be presented by the MEMs Industry Group at the 2015 International CES.
Owned and produced by CEA, the International CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. The 2015 CES is scheduled to run Jan. 6-9, 2015, in Las Vegas.
Applications in automotive, aerospace, medicine, robotics and more will demonstrate how sensors enhance the technology experience and the surrounding world. It will also contribute to the overall story of the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. The Sensors Marketplace will be located at CES Tech West within the Sands Expo, and sensor technology will also be highlighted across the 2015 CES show floor within various marketplaces, including Fitness & Technology, Health & Wellness, Smart Home and Wearables.
“Sensors are playing an increasingly important role in consumer electronics, as evidenced by the growing number of products containing the technology – from smartphones and fitness trackers to clothing, toys and even cars,” said Karen Chupka, senior vice president, International CES and corporate business strategy, CEA. “We’re excited to bring this experience to 2015 CES attendees, to showcase how integral motion and gesture recognition technologies are as they provide crucial real-time data and increased personalization that is improving the way we live, work and play.”
Sensor technology exhibits at the 2015 CES are expected to span 2,500 net square feet of space in the heart CES Tech West, which includes the Sands Expo (Sands), The Venetian, The Palazzo, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn (Wynn/Encore). Major sensor and gesture recognition exhibitors include: Hillcrest Laboratories, InvenSense Inc., MEMS Industry Group, SoftKinetic and Tobii Technology AB.
CES Tech West will also be home to other major destination areas including the newest innovations in lifestyle technologies, including sports, fitness and health tech, 3D printing, smart home, startups and other high-growth technologies.