Next week, the electronics industry will descend on Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, the country’s top showcase for technology and innovation. Vendors will show off everything from new gadgets (drones, TVs) to the future of cities and transportation (smart robots, self-driving cars).
What can attendees expect from this year’s CES? And what trends will rise to the top this year? Below, the Innovation Group rounds up our top picks.
Internet of Eyes and Ears
Last year’s CES coverage called 2017 the “year of voice,” as voice recognition reached new levels of fluidity and understanding. This year, expect to see more enhanced voice and image recognition technology, allowing seamless interactions between consumer, lifestyle and retail.
Samsung’s C-Lab launches two new healthcare products: GoBreath, a handheld recovery device for lung damage patients, and Relumino, smart glasses designed to help the visually impaired see images clearly.