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CES 2016 Brings the Future of Technology Innovation to Market 2016.01.10

Las Vegas, NV, USA - January 09, 2016 - Dynamic keynotes from the top executives at FitBit, NBCUniversal, Samsung and YouTube, along with tech policy sessions and top product awards rounded out Day Two and Three of CES 2016. The future of technology innovation stood center stage this week, with more than 3,600 companies launching products across more than 2.4 million net square feet of exhibits - the largest show floor in CES history. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)TM, formerly the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), CES 2016, the world's gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, concludes tomorrow in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thursday morning kicked off with a keynote address from WP Hong, president of Solution Business Unit, Samsung SDS. During his address, Hong stated that the Internet of Things (IoT) is already here, but many companies need to collaborate to make it work. At Thursday's C Space Keynote, presented by MediaLink, Stephen B. Burke, CEO of NBCUniversal, discussed disruptive innovation and its impact on the television industry. Robert Kyncl, chief business officer, YouTube, noted that the last time he spoke on the CES keynote stage four years ago, he predicted that 90 percent of all Internet traffic would be video traffic by the year 2020. Cisco data now predicts that video will reach 90 percent of global Internet traffic by 2019, a full year ahead of schedule. Fitbit CEO and Co-Founder James Park delivered the evening's keynote address as a discussion with CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro.

Panelists speak at the CES 2016 Beyond Smart Cities Keynote.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 

Las Vegas, NV, USA – January 09, 2016

• Keynotes from the Leaders of FitBit, NBCUniversal, Samsung and YouTube Plus Tech Policy Sessions and Best of CES Awards Highlight Day Two and Three of CES 2016

Dynamic keynotes from the top executives at FitBit, NBCUniversal, Samsung and YouTube, along with tech policy sessions and top product awards rounded out Day Two and Three of CES® 2016.

Gary Shapiro interviews Deepak Chopra at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
The future of technology innovation stood center stage this week, with more than 3,600 companies launching products across more than 2.4 million net square feet of exhibits – the largest show floor in CES history.

Faraday's new concept car on display at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)TM, formerly the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, CES 2016, the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, concludes tomorrow in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Faraday Future - electric, 1000 horsepower at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Thursday morning kicked off with a keynote address from WP Hong, president of Solution Business Unit, Samsung SDS.

CES 2016 attendees testing a VR headset in the Sands Expo Center.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
During his address, Hong stated that the Internet of Things (IoT) is already here, but many companies need to collaborate to make it work.

President Dr. WP Hong speaks at the CES 2016 Samsung Keynote.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Samsung is laboring to ensure all of the devices the company produces connect to the Internet.

Dr. WP Hong, president, Samsung SDS, takes the stage at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
The company is building IoT innovation that is in-sync with people’s daily lives by offering a new category of IoT home appliances that connect families and make life easier.

Gary Shapiro and Fitbit CEO James Park speak at the LIT Dinner Keynote.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Samsung showed its home appliance connected line including the Family Hub Refrigerator and the FlexDuo stove with Wi-Fi.

“The age of the Internet of Things has begun," Hong said.
"It will be a success, but only if we get the fundamentals right: openness, interoperability and close industry collaborations."

Fitbit CEO James Park speaks at the LIT Dinner Keynote.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
At Thursday’s C Space Keynote, presented by MediaLink, Stephen B. Burke, CEO of NBCUniversal, discussed disruptive innovation and its impact on the television industry.

YouTube Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl takes the stage at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Burke noted that television is still making money, but in different ways as revenue streams such as international syndication and subscription video on demand (SVOD) services evolve
.
“There’s more competition now than ever, which makes it harder to break through and have a TV show that’s a hit. But people watch as much TV today as they ever have. And the vast majority is watched on broadcast or cable.”

Attendees using sample products at the YouTube Keynote.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Next, a panel of leading media and marketing leaders took the stage to discuss the future of advertising in a mobile era.

While television is still important for many brands, it’s only one piece of the marketing mix, according to Allison Lewis, global chief marketing officer for Johnson & Johnson.

CES 2016 attendees photographing robots on the show floor.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Mobile advertising platforms offer greater reach and precision, she said, adding that 50 percent of Johnson & Johnson’s web traffic comes from mobile.

Kristin Lemkau, CMO of JP Morgan Chase added,
“We want the ability to target and more ways to authentically integrate into programming – to get more creative in advertising.”

AEE drones for Police at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
At Thursday afternoon’s keynote, Robert Kyncl, chief business officer, YouTube, noted that the last time he spoke on the CES keynote stage four years ago, he predicted that 90 percent of all Internet traffic would be video traffic by the year 2020.

Cisco data now predicts that video will reach 90 percent of global Internet traffic by 2019, a full year ahead of schedule.

3D printing in action on the CES 2016 show floor.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Kyncl discussed the top reasons video will ultimately win the decade, including the quality of video – data speeds are faster, sound is better and screens are bigger – and the increased diversity of content.

Kyncl announced that YouTube’s premium subscription service, RED, will begin producing original content to follow suit with Netflix and Amazon.

Dinosaur 3dprinting tech CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
He added that new shows and movies will be available, as well as a music service.

Kyncl also announced a partnership with GoPro to create the first commercial 3D/360 camera called Odyssey.
Odyssey uses 16 GoPro cameras to capture VR video.

The annual Leaders in Technology (LIT) Dinner took place Thursday evening, honoring the policymakers and technologists that are instrumental in furthering tech innovation.

Panelists speak at the CES 2016 C Space Keynote.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Honored guests and speakers included Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and French Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry Emmanuel Macron, who noted that France brought a delegation of 190 entrepreneurs and 127 startups to CES 2016, calling them “the face of France.”

Fitbit CEO and Co-Founder James Park delivered the evening’s keynote address as a discussion with CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro.

Smart watches on display at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Now a global brand providing fitness solutions to consumers around the world, Park noted how far Fitbit and fitness tech have come.

“We essentially had to create the health and fitness category in 2009,said Park.
“I remember talking to Best Buy, and they didn't even have a section to display it."

Fitbit unveiled its Fitbit Blaze at CES Press Day on Tuesday.

Exhibitors demonstrate fitness products at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
The smart fitness watch creates a digital health platform - hardware and software - to help people reach their health goals.

People really want to work for a company that is mission-oriented,” Park noted.
“And they want to work for a company that has profound benefits in society.”

Jenny McCarthy attends CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
In addition to powerful keynotes, Day Two and Three of CES 2016 featured compelling SuperSessions, tech policy discussions focused on furthering the next-generation of innovation and awards honoring the hottest products at the show.

During Thursday’s SuperSession: IoT Business Strategies: Partnerships for the Sharing Economy, leading industry service providers and manufacturers stressed the importance of strategic partnerships to accelerate the development of IoT.

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As an example of a successful partnership between IoT and the sharing economy ecosystem, the panelists pointed to August Home’s integration with Airbnb, where Airbnb hosts can link their account with a keyless lock.
This revolution has driven companies to move toward open source and standards to provide faster and better solutions to consumers.

DJ Flo Rida attends CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
Thursday’s C Space Storyteller series kicked off with Margo Georgiadis, president, Americas, Google leading an engaged discussion between Time Warner’s CMO Kristen O’Hara and Best Buy’s CMO Greg Revelle where they shared key insights, advising brands on the best ways to win over consumers.

Following the “new rules” of marketing in today’s technology-driven, multi-device environment means that brands need to focus on the critical moments when consumers are actually receptive to them.

In the following session, Yahoo’s Chief Revenue Officer Lisa Utzschneider led a talk with leading marketing minds from Subaru of America to analyze the intersection of data, content and technology and what that means for today’s consumer.

At the Forecasting the Future of Entrepreneurship SuperSession, Rebecca Jarvis, chief business and economics correspondent for ABC News led a discussion with disruptive innovators, Nick Woodman, founder and CEO, GoPro; Steve Case, chairman and CEO, Revolution and Stewart Butterfield, CEO and co-founder, Slack.

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The group emphasized the importance of risk taking, strategic partnerships and picking a project you are truly passionate about.

When asked about the future of entrepreneurship, they named major sectors such as food, healthcare and real estate, as well as consumer-generated content.

Gary Shapiro and the Ex Tech Challenge judges at CES 2016.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
A mix of the world’s top movers and shakers in transportation solutions participated in the panel, Beyond Smart Cities: The Future of Urban Mobility, featuring Dr. Volkmar Denner CEO and CTO, Bosch; Secretary Anthony Foxx, U.S. Department of Transportation; Stephen Mollenkopf, CEO, Qualcomm and Amnon Shashua, co-founder, CTO and chairman, Mobileye.

Kent Larson, director, MIT Media Lab Changing Places Group moderated the discussion.

With 90 percent of global population growth expected to take place in cities, panelists discussed how shared mobility, big data, practical business models and spectrum will be embedded in the smart cities of the future.

Business leaders and policy operators weighed in on the digital economy during Thursday’s Global Innovation SuperSession, featuring panelists Neelie Kroes, special envoy, StartupDelta; Emmanuel Macron, Minister, French Ministry of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs; Jeannine Sargent, president, Innovation & New Ventures, Flex and U.S. Senator Mark Warner.

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Alan Murray, editor, Fortune Magazine, moderated the session, asking panelists a series of questions, including what innovation-friendly environments are needed for businesses to succeed today; what single policies they are most focused on and where they see hope for creative policy making.

Sargent noted that entrepreneurs and business people have a responsibility to help their government officials understand and be smart about making policy.
For Kroes, she said it’s very important to have a government that doesn’t avoid risk.

It was a packed house for the always popular Last Gadget Standing, presented by Living in Digital Times.

Founder of Yahoo Tech David Pogue kicked off the event, which featured 11 companies competing for the top crowd-pleasing gadget.
The top two winners were chosen by a live applause meter and selected through an online audience.
View the results here.

http://lastgadgetstanding.com/  

The Stars of CES Awards, presented by What Hi-Fi?, named the top ten hottest audio products of CES 2016, chosen by Simon Lucas, editor of What Hi-Fi magazine, and Joe Cox, editor of What Hi-Fi.com.

The top prizes were awarded to these 10 products.

http://www.whathifi.com/news/stars-ces-2016-awards-winners-revealed  

Yahoo Tech’s David Pogue led an audience through a Friday afternoon of friendly app competition during the Mobile Apps Showdown, presented by Living in Digital Times and sponsored by Lenovo.

More than 100,000 apps were submitted for consideration, with ten finalists selected for the main event and the winner selected by audience applause levels.

The apps were designed to improve individual wellness, promote environmental sustainability, support small businesses and care for our pets.

Results are available on the Mobile Apps Showdown website.


http://mobileappsshowdown.com/#sthash.VYMlysXW.PuzzONTf.dpbs  

Friday afternoon’s Extreme Tech Challenge Semi-Finals consisted of 10 semi-finalists, picked by VC judges from a field of over 1,000 companies, pitched to a panel of judges – including CTA’s Shapiro – for a chance to pitch in the final round to Virgin’s Sir Richard Branson on Necker Island.

View the results here.

http://extremetechchallenge.com/  


 
 
The third day of CES 2016 concluded with Engadget’s presentation of the Best of CES Awards 2016.


http://www.engadget.com/best-of-ces-awards-2016/  

Pepper the robot co-hosted and introduced the different categories.

Winners included:


• Best Startup: Owlet

• Best Digital Health & Fitness: OhMiBod LovelifeKrush

• Best Wearable Technology: Recon Empire EVS

• Best Automotive Technology: Chevy Bolt

• Best Home Theater Product: Philips’ Fidelio E6

• Best Connected Home Product: Cassia Hub

• Best Innovation (disruptive tech): VW Budd-e fast charging technology

• Best Mobile Device: Huawei Mate 8

• Best TV Product: LG Oleg G6

• Best Gaming Product: HTC's Vive Chaperone

• Best Offbeat Product: Ehang 184

• Best Maker-Friendly Technology: LEGO Education Wedo 2.0

• Best PC: Razer Blade Stealth

• Best Robots or Drones: Typhoon H

• Best of the Best Award: The Chevy Bolt

• People’s Choice Award: The Razer Blade Stealth


For the latest CES product announcements and breaking news, visit CESweb.org.

http://www.cesweb.org/  


Save the Date for CES 2017

Join us next year in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, for CES 2017, January 5-8.


About CES

CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technology.

It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for almost 50 years - the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features all aspects of the industry.

 
 
And because it is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)TM – formerly the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® – the technology trade association representing the $287 billion U.S. consumer technology industry, it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers to a forum where the industry’s most relevant issues are addressed.

Check out CES video highlights.

http://www.cesweb.org/News/CES-TV  

Follow CES online at www.CESweb.org  

and on social.

http://www.cesweb.org/social  


About Consumer Technology Association

Consumer Technology Association (CTA)TM, formerly Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, is the trade association representing the $287 billion U.S. consumer technology industry.

More than 2,200 companies – 80 percent are small businesses and startups; others are among the world’s best known brands – enjoy the benefits of CTA membership including policy advocacy, market research, technical education, industry promotion, standards development and the fostering of business and strategic relationships.

Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association.
Photo courtesy of CES 2016
 
CTA also owns and produces CES® – the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technology.

Profits from CES are reinvested into CTA’s industry services.


Press Contacts:


Krista Silano
703-907-4331
Ksilano@ce.org  

Allison Fried
703-907-7603
afried@ce.org  


Source: CES 2016

http://www.cesweb.org/News/Press-Releases  



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