Automobiles Dominated the Consumer Electronics Show

In an NBC article, Navigant Research explained why the auto industry was so popular at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a place for companies to show off the latest technologies they are working on. While classic consumer products were still present, the 2020 show was dominated by the auto industry, taking up nearly half of the convention center. 

In an article for NBC News, Navigant Research’s Sam Abuelsamid, principal research analyst, explained why the auto industry had such a big presence at CES this year.  

The automobile is becoming a smart device on wheels, Abuelsamid said, “adopting a lot of technology from consumer electronics, such as voice controls and the ability to get updates over the air.”
Some of the most popular unveilings were by auto companies, including Nissan, Porsche, Tesla, Hyundai, Toyota, and more.

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