As curtains raise on Tuesday for the annual tech saga of CES this year at Las vegas, Nevada in US, all tech-savy netizens have descended at the venue to see first-hand the next generation products on display.
The 2015 International CES show floor officially opens at 10 AM on Tuesday, January 6 and all the gadgets, new products and life-changing innovations are already put up on the show floor at #CES2015.
Here’s a quick schedule and guide of CES 2014 on Opening Day:
CEA’s own President and CEO Gary Shapiro kicks off the opening with his State of the Industry address at 8:30 AM at The Venetian, followed by a keynote address by Ford President and CEO Mark Fields. He will be discussing Ford’s commitment to innovation in all parts of its business.
Before leaving Tech West after the keynotes, the Startup Stage in the Eureka Park Marketplace in the Sands featuring panels with iconic entrepreneurs, VCs, media and other young companies is a must-see.
Emerging Trends in Gaming
Welcome to the Era of Personal Entertainment
The Future of Robotics
The Next Big Thing: New Realities
Visit the new show location, C Space at ARIA, home for creative communicators and digital advertisers and marketers, and C Space Headliner from Google. Watch the headline address by Neal Mohan, VP of Display and Video Advertising Products, Google, followed by a fireside chat moderated by Meredith Levien of The New York Times.
Executives from General Motors, Electrolux, Qualcomm Inc. and Philips will participate in a panel discussion moderated by CNBC’s Jon Fortt in the keynote panel “How Mobile is Fundamentally Changing Our World.” You can see this all-star panel of experts at 1 PM at the Westgate Theater.
Wrapping up Tuesday’s keynote lineup is Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel Corp. During the keynote, Krzanich will address what’s next in computing innovation, the forces driving the next wave of consumer technology and the company’s plans for bringing amazing experiences that redefine computing to life. His program is at 4:30 PM at The Venetian.
On Tuesday, visitors can attend sessions on topics like 3D printing, fitness and technology, connected cars and more.
If not interested in keynote addresses, keep going round on the show floor covering the CES Marketplaces as per the show maps given at the entrance.