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As one of the fastest-growing technology trade shows in the Asian market, the event is an essential meeting place for businesses launching products or looking for cross-market partnerships. It provides a platform for key global companies to reinforce their brands by showcasing the latest products, services and technologies to industry executives, foreign buyers and media.
The show highlights the comprehensive value chain in the Asian marketplace for global brands and startups. More than 520 companies across 20 product categories attended. The entire ecosystem was represented including 115 startups from seven countries. Japan, Korea and the U.S. more than doubled their exhibitor presence year-over-year. There was also a strong representation of over 24 Swiss companies at the show.
Owned and produced by the International CES® (Shanghai) Exhibition Co. Ltd. and co-produced by Shanghai Intex Exhibition Co., Ltd., CES Asia brought together some of the largest companies and thought leaders in one location.
CES Asia hosted 522 exhibitors from across the globe. More than 42,000 attendees from 75 countries, regions and territories, and over 1500 media members filled the halls of the SNIEC to see the latest devices and inventions Asia has to offer, spread out across 20 product categories.
The CES Asia Conference Program featured three full days of sessions with 195 executives from global brands including APTIV, IBM China, Mobvoi, Deloitte, WeRide and SAP. Sessions covered a range of topics, including smart mobility, machine learning, digital health, blockchain and sustainability. Sessions featured the latest in 5G, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, drones and robotics and vehicle tech and was attended by global powerhouse brands, industry leaders and top media from around the world.
Industry visionaries took to the CES Asia keynote stage to discuss the future of innovation and trends that will redefine the industry. Dr. Chang Huang, co-founder and VP of Horizon Robotics, unveiled advancements in edge computing and the company’s strategy for AI applications; Nobu Ide, president and CEO of Wacom, unveiled the company’s vision for the future of digital ink and Michelle Toh, multiplatform editor at CNN, moderated a panel focused on Tech Innovation in Travel and Tourism.
CES Asia featured several awards programs honoring cutting-edge products and technologies. The Best of CES Asia Awards, presented by ZOL, recognized breakthrough innovation across product categories, including AI, vehicle tech and startups, with Hisense taking home the top prize with its 4K Laser Television 100L7.