What is expected of the most important technology fair?

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Despite the cancellations, CES 2022 will be held in person in Las Vegas. But it will end a day earlier than planned

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the most important technology fair in the world. Despite recent increases in contagion from the variant of Covid-19 Omicron, the event will be held in person in Las Vegas, United States.

After the cancellation of several companies, the organizers decided to conclude a day earlier than planned. However, this edition will be of great importance since it will be the first face-to-face technology conference in the United States since the beginning of the pandemic.

“We shortened the show to three days and we have implemented comprehensive health measures. For the safety of all attendees and participants, ”stated Gary Shapiro, CTA president and CEO.

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The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), which organizes the event, indicated that they will continue with all measures to avoid Covid-19 contagions: Attendees must wear masks, show proof of vaccination and will have access to self-diagnostic kits.

According to the organizers, there are 2,200 committed exhibitors and more than 3,300 members of the media have signed up to attend.

Despite the cancellation of more than 40 companies, it is expected that in the CES 2022 all the innovations that will set trends throughout the year are announced.

It will present the main novelties and trends of the computer, robotics, communications and automation industry, among many others.

“As the most influential technology event in the world. CES remains steadfast in its commitment to be the gathering place to display products. And discuss ideas that will ultimately improve our lives, ”Shapiro said.

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During the CES 2022 Consumer devices, robotics, giant televisions, computers, gamers, smartphones, smartwatches, startups, and many more launches are expected to be unveiled.

The CES 2022 it begins on January 4 and will conclude on January 7, instead of ending on Saturday 8. “January 3 and 4 are exclusive days for the media in which press conferences and keynote conferences are held.”

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