CES 2023 is just a few months away and technology companies around the globe are gearing up to showcase their latest innovations at the international show. Last year, we gave you a first look at CES 2022 along with the history and significance of the Consumer Technology Association’s (CTA) owned and produced show. With the first-ever hybrid CES being a success, we are hopeful for the return of an even more “normal” show this year. Read on for a glimpse of what to expect at CES 2023!
Looking Back at CES 2022
Before diving into CES 2023, we must give an overview of what CES 2022 was like. Last year’s CES saw over 44,400 people in attendance, while another 40,100 people attended digitally. There were 2,279 total exhibitors, 1,563 of which were international. To cover the show, there was a total of 3,182 media in attendance spanning over 1,665 media outlets. Key trends at CES 2022 included automotive technology, digital health, artificial intelligence, and new startup innovation.
CES 2023 Announcements
The Indy Autonomous challenge will return to CES in 2023 after a history-making appearance at CES 2022. The challenge is set to take place on Saturday, January 7, 2023. CES also announced in a press release that they will partner with the World Academy of Art and Science (WAAS) in support of the United Nations efforts to advance human security for all’ which will also be the theme throughout the show. In the same press release, they announced their first keynote speaker, John Deere Chairman and CEO John May, marking the first time in CES history that an agriculture technology company executive will take the mainstage for a keynote.
CES 2023 will take place in Las Vegas on January 5-8, with exhibitions, keynotes, and conferences taking place between 9a.m. to 6p.m. The official exhibitors list has yet to be released, but featured exhibitors include Abbott, Amazon, Google, LG, Microsoft, and Sony.