CES has got to be the biggest tech show ever to come to Las Vegas. Every year during the first or second week of January you can pretty much rely on this incredible event opening its doors and letting in ten’s of thousands of exhibitors, buyers, and media in for a look at the latest technology companies and startups have to offer.
By the time June rolls around I start missing the excitement of the show and look forward to when CES returns. CTA (Consumer Technology Association) does not wait and has an equally exciting event when they bring Asia tech in Shanghai every year. This year CES Asia 2017 was from June 13th – 15th.
One of the best features of the show for the media as well as anyone who could not attend the event is the B-Rolls. These are videos that focus on what’s hot at CES and really provide an overview in some cases and in-depth information in others. If you’re one of those people who are curious about what’s in development as well as shipping tech projects then the B Rolls are probably worth your time.
Some of the hot topics covered in the CES Asia B-Roll are
- Shows technology that simulates human behavior. Check out the suitcase that follows its owner.
- See the newest innovations from many car manufacturers including Mercedes, and BMW.
- Technology that enhances how athletes compete using the latest wearable technologies and innovations in sports and fitness.
- Technology that makes life more convenient by connecting devices within the home.
Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality
- Go deep inside an immersive experience with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.
- The latest innovations in drones are the focus of this video.
- More than fifty companies displayed their robotic technologies. This video showcases some of them.
- New innovations from startups are showcased in this video.
High Tech In Asia at CES is every bit as impressive as the Las Vegas event. Any opportunity to have a glimpse into the not so distant future interests a lot of people. If you’re one of them check out the CES Asia 2017 B-Rolls to get a feel for the technology and the event of the year.