Intelligent devices and systems are woven into the fabric of our daily lives in the worlds of retail, healthcare, automotive, and more. This year, the Internet of Things (IoT) will become increasingly apparent to people worldwide, as well as provide opportunities for businesses in many industries, and Intel is excited to highlight a number of incredible innovations at this year’s CES Show in Las Vegas. If you’ll be at the show, I invite you to attend our presentations and visit us in Booth 7252 in the Central Hall to see for yourself.
At Intel, we embed intelligence into everyday devices to connect to the cloud and enable businesses to extract value from data. From wearables to smart cars, vending machines to factory machines, and more, we want to solve problems, help make technology more accessible, improve quality of life, and open up new worlds of opportunity. Here’s a preview of what we’ll be talking about at CES:
- Fireside Chats: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will discuss how IoT is driving human and business transformation as well as highlight areas of growth including wearables, retail and manufacturing on January 7th at 1:00 p.m. From intelligent baby onesies to a coffee shop experience from a vending machine, you’re not going to want to miss it. On January 8th at 12:00 p.m. we’ll be talking about the challenge for the electronics industry in making conflict-free products. Also, be sure to check out Automotive Solutions Division Vice President and General Manager Elliot Garbus in the Intel Booth on January 9th at 10 a.m. discussing the investments and partnerships that are helping keep drivers and passengers safer, better informed and entertained on the road.
- Cars in the IoT: Intel is partnering with the automotive industry to speed development of innovative, unique experiences from the car to the cloud. When your car is intelligent enough to give you the right information at the right time, driving can be safer and less stressful. I’m excited to have both Infiniti and BMW joining us in our booth this year. See how Infiniti InTouch™ and BMW ConnectedDrive are bringing the IoT into the car and onto the streets with Intel Inside®.
As processors become smaller and require less power, it becomes possible to deliver compute performance to places we’ve never been before. It’s really exciting to play a key role in the Internet of Things that is enabling new services, enhancing productivity and efficiency, and improving development of innovative consumer experiences. IoT is changing the way we interact with the world as well as enabling the world to interact with us. We’re working on a number of new IoT solutions in 2104. Keep in touch with us and let’s explore the possibilities together.