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Bedeutende Trends der Unterhaltungselektronik und interessante Innovationen auf der International CES 2013

Von der kabellosen Brieftasche bis zu cloudbasierten Dienstleistungen, App-Integration, digitalen Gesundheits- und Fitnessgeräten und vieles mehr – auf der International CES 2013® werden vielfältige führende Produkte der Unterhaltungselektronik und Trends vorgestellt, darunter auch interessante Innovationen zahlreicher brandaktueller Produkte und Kategorien. Die CES 2013, die im Besitz der Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® befindliche und von dieser veranstaltete weltweit größte Innovationsfachmesse, findet vom 8. bis 11. Januar 2013 in Las Vegas statt.

„Auf der International CES 2013 werden die aktuellen Innovationen und Trends vorgestellt, die in den kommenden Monaten und Jahren die Herzen und Hände der Verbraucher erobern werden“, so Karen Chupka, Senior Vice President, Events and Conferences, CEA. „Darüber hinaus werden in unseren Tagungssitzungen die wichtigsten Themen und Trends unserer Branche erörtert, was wiederum deutlich macht, dass die CES ein Muss für Branchenprofis ist.“

Auf der CES 2013 versammeln sich 150.000 Branchenprofis, um die nächste Generation der Unterhaltungselektronik in Augenschein zu nehmen. Mehr als 3.000 Aussteller führen auf dem rund 160.000 qm umfassenden Messegelände 20.000 neue Produkte vor. Hinzu kommen Hunderte von Tagungssitzungen zu aktuellen Themen und Trends über das gesamte Spektrum der Unterhaltungselektronik und verwandter Branchen. Es folgt eine kleine repräsentative Auswahl von Ausstellern, Hauptreferenten und TechZones auf dem Programm der CES 2013:

1. Wireless Wallets - Kabellose Brieftaschen

Astro Payments – LVCC, North Hall, Stand 3419
MobiWeb – LVCC, South Hall 4, Upper Level, Stand 35557
Moneto – Venetian, Level 2, Venetian Ballroom, Stand 70720
Paywizard – Venetian, Hospitality Suites, Stand 219
Square Inc. – LVCC, North Hall, Stand 4637

Tagungssitzungen:
The Battle of Mobile Wallet: Which Platform Will Prevail (Der Kampf um die mobile Brieftasche: Welche Plattform wird sich durchsetzen?)

2. Gestenerkennung/HMI

Logitech – Venetian, Level 3, San Polo, Stand 3501A, 3502, 3503
Nuance – Venetian, Level 2, Bassano, Stand 2706
Omek Interactive – LVH, Hospitality Suites, Stand 22-121
SoftKinetic – LVH, Hospitality Suites, Stand 2962

Tagungssitzungen:
3 Trends That Are Redefining the User Interface (3 Trends, die die Benutzeroberfläche neu definieren)
User Interface: What it Will Look Like in 5 Years (Wie sieht die Benutzeroberfläche in 5 Jahren aus?)

3. Cloudbasierte Dienste

Cloudbase 3 Apps – LVCC, North Hall
Advanced Micro Devices – LVCC, North Hall, Meeting Rooms, N231, N233, N242
CloudOptix LLC – Venetian, Level 3, Stand 75106
Imagination Technologies – LVCC, South Hall 4, Upper Level, Meeting Rooms, S215, S216
Lowe’s Companies Inc. – Venetian Level 3, San Polo, Stand 3403
PURE – LVCC South Hall 4, Upper Level, Stand 36254
QP Optoelectronics – LVCC, South Hall 4, Upper Level, Stand 35786
Shenzhen Biencloud Technology Co. Ltd. – Venetian, Level 2, Halle D, Stand 72340

Tagungssitzungen:
Content in the Cloud (Inhalte in der Cloud)
How the Cloud is Changing Hardware (Wie Cloud-Computing die Hardware verändert)
Privacy and Security in the Cloud (Datenschutz und Sicherheit in der Cloud)

SuperSessions:
CNET’s Next Big Thing: Always On, The Constantly Connected Consumer is Here (The Next Big Thing von CNET: Der stets internetverbundene Verbraucher ist da) – 8. Januar 2013, 15-16 Uhr, LVCC, North Hall Upper Level Meeting Rooms N255-257

Disruptive Technologies Impacting the Future of Games and Video (Bahnbrechende Technologien mit Konsequenzen für die Zukunft von Spielen und Videomedien) – 8. Januar 2013, 11-12 Uhr, LVCC, North Hall Upper Level Meeting Rooms N255-257

Hauptreferat:
„Brand Matters“: Marketing in the Cloud“ (Die Bedeutung der Marke - Marketing in der Cloud) – 9. Januar 2013, 11 Uhr, LVH Theater

Forschungsgipfelsitzungen:
Cloud Computing and the Implications for Consumer Tech (Cloud-Computing und die Auswirkungen auf die Unterhaltungselektronik) – 7. Januar 2013, 15-16 Uhr, LVCC, North Hall 250

4. App-Integration

CEA MoDev Hackathon – 9. Januar 2013, Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4303
Developer University – 10. Januar 2013, LVCC, South Hall 4, Upper Level Meeting Rooms
Appy Hour
Mobile Apps Showdown – 10. Januar 2013, LVCC, North Hall, Upper Level Meeting Rooms, Saal N255

5. Digitale Gesundheit und Fitness

FitBit – LVCC, South Hall 2, Ground Level, Stand 26303
HealthSpot – LVCC, Grand Lobby, Stand GL3; LVH, Hospitality Suites, Stand 1410

Tagungssitzungen:
The Digital Health Summit - Digitaler Gesundheitsgipfel
Fitness Tech
Silvers Summit
Creating a Mass Market for Digital Health Electronics (Schaffung eines Massenmarktes für digitale Gesundheitselektronik)
Digital Health: A Retailing’s Next Frontier? (Digitale Gesundheit: Nächste Herausforderung des Einzelhandels?)
Let’s Get Physical: Getting Connected with Emerging Fitness Technologies (Anbindung an neu entstehende Fitness-Technologien)

SuperSessions:
The Human Body: The Next Digital Revolution (Der menschliche Körper: Die nächste digitale Revolution)

6. Kabellose Automatisierung des Haushalts / Energiemanagement zuhause

Cao Gadgets LLC – Venetian, Level 3, Stand 74011
Control4 – Renaissance, Hospitality Suites und Summit Room
Current Cost – LVCC, South Hall 1, Ground Level, Stand 21834
Display & Technology Limited – Venetian, Level 2, Halle D, Stand 72510
FutureDash Corp. – Venetian, Level 3, Stand 75114
Jablotron Alarms – LVCC, South Hall 4, Upper Level, Stand 37125
Lowe’s Companies Inc. – Venetian, Level 3, San Polo, Stand 3403
Pilock Corp. – LVCC, North Hall, Stand # 3208

Tagungssitzungen:
CE Pro Forum auf der CES
Smart Homes & Digitale Verbraucher: Gesponsert von J.D. Power and Associates
Connected Lifestyle Hit Parade: Preisgekrönte Produkte und Apps
Intelligente Geräte: Möglichkeiten zum Energiesparen

7. Vernetzte Verbraucher: On-Demand Services

LightSpeed – LVCC, North Hall, Stand 4135

Tagungssitzungen:
Kabelkonferenzen auf der CES
Anytime Anywhere Content (Inhalte immer und überall)
Reinventing TV Through Streaming (Neuerfindung des Fernsehens durch Streaming)

8. 3D-Drucken

Makerbot Industries – LVCC, South Hall 3, Upper Level, Stand 32025
Sculpteo – LVCC, South Hall 2, Ground Level, Stand 26111

9. Fahrersicherheit/Internetfähige Autos

Safe Driver Tech Zone - LVH
Subaru – LVCC, CES Central Plaza, CP-14
General Motors – LVCC, North Hall, Stand 1830
Ford Motor Company – LVCC, North Hall, Stand 2220

Tagungssitzungen:
Conenct2Car: Optimizing the Connected Driver Experience (Optimierung des Fahrerlebnisses im internetfähigen Auto)
Dashboard Tech: 5 Hot Trends Coming Down the Pike (5 künftige brandheiße Trends)

Forschungsgipfelsitzungen:
The Future of Auto Technology (Die Zukunft der Automobiltechnologie) – 7. Januar 2013, 16-17 Uhr, LVCC, North Hall, N250

Die CES 2013 umfasst 20 marktspezifische TechZones, darunter mehrere bereits populäre Zonen:

Eureka Park: In Zusammenarbeit mit Startup America und der National Science Foundation wurde dieser Bereich, auf dem 140 Aussteller - Unternehmer, Startups und kleine Firmen - die nächste Generation der Technologie vorstellen, seit der 2012 CES um 40 Prozent erweitert.

iLounge Pavilion: iLounge ist bereits zum vierten Mal vertreten und beherbergt mehr als 440 Aussteller i-bezogener Produkte auf einer Gesamtfläche von über 10.000 qm. Die Fläche der iLounge hat sich seit ihrem Erstauftritt im Jahr 2010 nahezu vervierfacht.

PMA@CES: Fachspezifische Ausstellung von Fotografie- und Bildgebungsprodukten und -technologien

Sustainable Planet – Nachhaltiger Planet : Nachhaltige Produkte und Dienstleistungen, darunter „grüne“ Bauweise, alternative Energietechnologien, „grüne“ Unternehmensdienstleistungen und -lösungen, Smart-Grid-Technologien, Solarenergie und erneuerbare Produkte, nachhaltige Verpackungen und kabellose Konvergenz

Gaming Showcase – Spieleindustrie: Ausstellungsfläche von rund 900 qm speziell für Hardware, Software und Zubehör der Spieleindustrie

Digital Health Summit - Digitaler Gesundheitsgipfel: Gesundheit, Wellness und Technologie kommen in dieser TechZone der CES zusammen. Der Digital Health Summit stellt Lösungen für die Diagnostik, Überwachung und Behandlung diverser Erkrankungen von Adipositas bis zu Asthma vor.

The Innovations Design and Engineering Showcase – Innovatives Design und Technik – Die Gewinner der Kategorie „Beste Innovationen“ wurden von einer hochkarätigen Jury, bestehend aus unabhängigen Branchendesignern und Ingenieuren sowie Mitgliedern der Fachpresse, ausgezeichnet. Hier kann die Zukunft der Unterhaltungselektronik in Augenschein genommen, berührt, gespürt und verstanden werden. Die Auszeichnung „Best of Innovations“ wird an Produkte mit der höchsten von der Jury vergebenen Bewertung verliehen. Die diesjährigen Preisträger werden im Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Showcase im The Venetian vorgestellt.

Das gesamte CES-Kongressprogramm erhalten Sie im Internet unter: CESweb.org/conferences.

Hinweis an die Redakteure: Der offizielle Name der globalen Technologieveranstaltung lautet „International CES“. Nachfolgende Bezugnahmen auf die Fachmesse können mit „CES“ abgekürzt werden. Bitte verwenden Sie nicht „Consumer Electronics Show“ als Bezeichnung für die CES.

Über CEA:

Die Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) ist der prominenteste Wirtschaftsverband, der sich für die Wachstumsförderung innerhalb der US-Unterhaltungselektronikbranche mit 206 Mrd. US-Dollar Marktvolumen einsetzt. Mehr als 2000 Unternehmen genießen die Vorteile der Mitgliedschaft in der CEA, darunter anwaltschaftliche Interessenvertretung, Marktstudien, technische Schulungsangebote, Branchenwerbung, die Entwicklung von Branchenstandards sowie die Pflege geschäftlicher und strategischer Beziehungen. Darüber hinaus besitzt und veranstaltet die CEA die Fachmesse International CES - The Global Stage for Innovation. Alle Gewinne der CES fließen in die Branchendienste der CEA zurück. Die Online-Präsenz der CEA finden Sie unter: www.CE.org und www.DeclareInnovation.com. Folgen Sie CES unter www.CESweb.org und in sozialen Medien: http://facebook.com/InternationalCES, http://twitter.com/IntlCES, http://blog.ce.org/.

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  • International CES 2013
    8. - 11. Januar 2013, Las Vegas (NV/USA)

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