With Covid-19 spreading faster and infecting more people than ever before, the tech world is waiting to see if CES 2022 really will go ahead in person in Las Vegas this week. Major exhibitors including GM; BMW; Mercedes Benz; Google; Intel; Microsoft, and others are staying home from what’s ordinarily the world’s largest tech show, yet the organizers insist CES 2022 will take place in person as scheduled.
Whether in person or online—or both—CES will provide a forum for display of innovations from auto and mobility tech companies big and small. This week’s in-depth article presents a selection of teasers from automakers and tier-1s; next week we’ll look more deeply at the innovations and particularly investigate small and medium-sized businesses and startups.
For most of a decade now, CES has been showcasing innovations in automotive technology. Most of the industry treks (in non-pandemic years) to Las Vegas to present their their most advanced concepts, and CES is buzzed up as a must-go show for startups. DVN Interior is a CES-registered media outlet, so we’ve been receiving a blizzard of press releases about the event and exhibitors. These releases are just one of many channels we actively monitor and pursue to keep our community informed. If you’re not yet part of DVN-I, come join us!
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