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Le salon international CES 2013 présentera les principales tendances et innovations impressionnantes en technologie grand public

Depuis les portefeuilles sans fil aux services basés sur le cloud, en passant par l'intégration d'applications, les appareils numériques de santé et de remise en forme et d'autres, le salon International CES® 2013 présentera une série des meilleurs produits et tendances technologiques grand public, y compris des innovations impressionnantes à travers un vaste éventail de produits et catégories phares. Propriété et production de la Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, le salon CES 2013, le plus grand événement de l'innovation au monde, se déroulera du 8 au 11 janvier 2013 à Las Vegas.

« Le salon International CES 2013 présentera les toutes dernières innovations et tendances qui séduiront les cœurs et les esprits des consommateurs au cours des mois et années à venir », a déclaré Karen Chupka, Vice-présidente directrice des événements et conférences chez la CEA. « De plus, nos séances de conférence couvrent les questions et tendances les plus importantes à travers notre industrie, renforçant la position du CES en tant qu'événement incontournable pour les professionnels de l'industrie ».

Le salon CES 2013 attirera 150 000 professionnels de l'industrie qui seront les témoins de la nouvelle génération de technologies grand public. Plus de 3 000 exposants lanceront 20 000 nouveaux produits à travers 167 225,472 mètres carrés nets d'espace d'exposition. En plus des centaines de sessions de conférence couvrant les questions et tendances majeures à travers la gamme complète des technologies grand public et industries associées, le salon CES 2013 proposera l'échantillonnage représentatif d'exposants suivants, de discours et d'espaces technologiques :

1. Portefeuilles sans fil

Astro Payments – LVCC, Hall nord, stand 3419

MobiWeb – LVCC, Hall sud 4, niveau supérieur, stand 35557

Moneto – Venetian, 2e étage, Venetian Ballroom, stand 70720

Paywizard – Venetian, loges, stand 219

Square Inc. – LVCC, Hall nord, stand 4637

Séance de conférence :

La bataille du portefeuille mobile : quelle plate-forme prédominera

2. Reconnaissance de gestes/IHM

Logitech – Venetian, 3e étage, San Polo, stands 3501A, 3502, 3503

Nuance – Venetian, 2e étage, Bassano, stand 2706

Omek Interactive – LVH, loges, stands 22-121

SoftKinetic – LVH, loges, stand 2962

Séances de conférence :

3 tendances qui redéfinissent l'interface utilisateur

Interface utilisateur : à quoi ressemblera-t-elle dans 5 ans

3. Services basés sur le cloud

Cloudbase 3 Apps – LVCC, Hall nord

Advanced Micro Devices – LVCC, Hall nord, salles de réunion, N231, N233, N242

CloudOptix LLC – Venetian, 3e étage, stand 75106

Imagination Technologies – LVCC, Hall sud 4, niveau supérieur, salles de réunion, S215, S216

Lowe’s Companies Inc. – Venetian, 3e étage, San Polo, stand 3403

PURE – LVCC Hall sud 4, niveau supérieur, stand 36254

QP Optoelectronics – LVCC, Hall sud 4, niveau supérieur, stand 35786

Shenzhen Biencloud Technology Co.Ltd. – Venetian, 2e étage, Hall D, stand 72340

Séances de conférence :

Contenu sur le cloud

Comment le cloud change le matériel

Confidentialité et sécurité sur le cloud

Super-sessions :

Prochaine innovation révolutionnaire de CNET : toujours actif, le consommateur constamment connecté est ici – de 15h à 16h, le 8 janvier 2013, LVCC, Hall nord, niveau supérieur, salles de réunion N255-257

Technologies de rupture affectant l'avenir des jeux et de la vidéo – de 11h à midi, le 8 janvier 2013, LVCC, Hall nord, niveau supérieur, salles de réunion N255-257

Discours d'ouverture :

Discours de Brand Matters : marketing sur le cloud – 11h, le 9 janvier 2013, théâtre LVH

Sessions du sommet de recherche :

Le cloud computing (informatique dans les nuages) et les implications pour la technologie grand public – de 15h à 16h, le 7 janvier 2013, LVCC, Hall nord 250

4. Intégration d'applications

MoDev Hackathon de la CEA – le 9 janvier 2013, Venetian, 4e étage, Lando 4303

Developer University – le 10 janvier 2013, LVCC, Hall sud 4, niveau supérieur, salles de réunion

Appy Hour

Épreuve de force d'applications mobiles – le 10 janvier 2013, LVCC, Hall nord, niveau supérieur, salles de réunion, salle N255

5. Santé et remise en forme numériques

FitBit – LVCC, Hall sud 2, rez-de-chaussée, stand 26303

HealthSpot – LVCC, grand hall, stand GL3 ; LVH, loges, stand 1410

Séances de conférence :

Le sommet de la santé numérique

Fitness Tech

Silvers Summit

Création d'un marché de masse pour les produits électroniques de santé numérique

Santé numérique : une nouvelle frontière de la distribution ?

Gardons la forme : se connecter aux technologies de remise en forme émergentes

Super-sessions :

Le corps humain : la prochaine révolution numérique

6. Domotique sans fil/Gestion de l'énergie à domicile

Cao Gadgets LLC – Venetian, 3e étage, stand 74011

Control4 – Renaissance, loges et salle de sommet

Current Cost – LVCC, Hall sud 1, rez-de-chaussée, stand 21834

Display & Technology Limited – Venetian, 2e étage, Hall D, stand 72510

FutureDash Corp. – Venetian, 3e étage, stand 75114

Jablotron Alarms – LVCC, Hall sud 4, niveau supérieur, stand 37125

Lowe’s Companies Inc. – Venetian, 3e étage, San Polo, stand 3403

Pilock Corp. – LVCC, Hall nord, stand n°3208

Séances de conférence :

Forum des professionnels de l'électronique grand public lors du CES

Maisons intelligentes et consommateurs numériques : sponsorisé par J.D. Power and Associates

Hit parade des modes de vie connectés : produits et applications primés

Appareils intelligents : opportunités dans les économies d'énergie

7. Consommateurs connectés : services à la demande

LightSpeed – LVCC, Hall nord, stand 4135

Séances de conférence :

Conférences par câble lors du CES

Contenu à tout moment en tout lieu

Réinvention de la télévision à travers la lecture en transit

8. Impression 3D

Makerbot Industries – LVCC, Hall sud 3, niveau supérieur, stand 32025

Sculpteo – LVCC, Hall sud 2, rez-de-chaussée, stand 26111

9. Conducteur en sécurité/Voitures connectées

Espace technologique sur la sécurité des conducteurs - LVH

Subaru – LVCC, place centrale du CES, CP-14

General Motors – LVCC, Hall nord, stand 1830

Ford Motor Company – LVCC, Hall nord, stand 2220

Séances de conférence :

Conenct2Car : optimisation de l'expérience des conducteurs connectés

Technologie de tableau de bord : 5 tendances en vogue

Séances du sommet de recherche :

L'avenir de la technologie automobile – de 16h à 17h, le 7 janvier 2013, LVCC, Hall nord, N250

Le salon CES 2013 présentera 20 espaces technologiques spécifiques à chaque marché, notamment plusieurs exposants populaires de retour :

Eureka Park : En partenariat avec Startup America et la National Science Foundation (« Fondation nationale pour la science »), cet espace, comprenant des entrepreneurs, startups et petites sociétés présentant la nouvelle génération de technologie, a augmenté de 40 pour cent depuis l'édition 2012 du CES, avec la participation de 140 exposants.

Pavillon iLounge : Maintenant à sa quatrième édition, l'iLounge présentera plus de 440 exposants à travers un total de 111 483,65 mètres carrés de produits 'i'. L'espace a pratiquement quadruplé depuis son lancement en 2010.

PMA@CES : présente les expositions les plus concentrées de produits et technologies de photo/imagerie.

Planète durable : présentation de produits et services durables, notamment des constructions vertes, des technologies d'énergies alternatives, des services et solutions d'entreprise verts, des technologies de réseau intelligent, des produits à énergies solaire et renouvelables, des emballages durables et la convergence au sans fil.

Présentation de jeux : un espace d'exposition de plus de 929,0304 mètres carrés dédié aux équipements, logiciels et accessoires de jeux.

Sommet sur la santé numérique : la santé, le bien-être et la technologie convergent dans cet espace technologique du CES. Le sommet sur la santé numérique présente des solutions pour les procédures de diagnostics, de surveillance et de traitement des maladies, de l'obésité à l'asthme.

La présentation de la conception et de l'ingénierie des innovations – Les chefs d'honneur du meilleur des innovations ont été jugés par un panel éminent de concepteurs industriels indépendants, d'ingénieurs indépendants et de membres de la presse professionnelle. C'est le lieu de prédilection pour voir, toucher, sentir et comprendre l'avenir de la technologie grand public. La désignation du meilleur des innovations est attribuée aux produits récoltant le plus grand nombre de points du jury. Les chefs d'honneur de cette année participeront à la présentation des récompenses en conception et ingénierie des innovations au The Venetian.

Pour le programme complet des conférences lors du salon CES, veuillez visiter : CESweb.org/conferences.

Note aux éditeurs : Le nom officiel de l'événement technologique international est « International CES ». Il est possible de raccourcir les références subséquentes au salon par l'abréviation « CES ». Veuillez ne pas employer « Salon de l'électronique grand public » pour désigner l'International CES.

À propos de la CEA :

La Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) est l'association commerciale phare qui promeut la croissance de l'industrie américaine de l'électronique grand public, d'une valeur de 206 milliards de $. Plus de 2 000 sociétés profitent des avantages de l'adhésion à la CEA, notamment des services de défense législative, d'études de marchés, de formations et enseignements techniques, de promotion de l'industrie et de développement de normes, ainsi que la promotion des relations commerciales et stratégiques. La CEA possède et produit également le salon International CES - la scène internationale pour l'innovation. Tous les profits issus du CES sont réinvestis dans les services de la CEA pour l'industrie. Trouvez la CEA en ligne : www.CE.org et www.DeclareInnovation.com. Suivez le CES sur www.CESweb.org et à travers les médias sociaux : http://facebook.com/InternationalCES, http://twitter.com/IntlCES, http://blog.ce.org/.

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  • International CES 2013
    Du 8 au 11 janvier 2013 à Las Vegas dans l'État du Nevada

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