Event Details

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International CES held at Anderson
Thursday, January 14, 2016
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
UCLA Anderson, Executive Dining Room (EDR), Gold Hall (map )
110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

Registration
Ticket TypeRegularRegistration
Alumni:ComplimentaryRSVP
Student:ComplimentaryRSVP
Others:ComplimentaryRSVP

Contact: Easton Center


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About the event

Technology advances so rapidly you almost don't notice how much of the driving your car is doing on its own! And even the new models of consumer electronics are the product of last year's work ­- what companies are working on now isn't available yet. How are the sensors in my wearable devices, my smart home and connected car changing my lifestyle? Will Virtual Reality help me work more productively? Can I trust myself to be driven in a self-driving car? Will I be able to watch my favorite shows on my mobile device on high speed networks? That's where the 2016 International CES comes in -­ an annual event held in Las Vegas that showcases the top consumer electronics companies. But unless you fly to Vegas there's no way to enjoy the newest tech innovations and ideas.

The International CES will be held again at the UCLA Anderson School of Management on January 14th, 2016. The program will include talks and panels by invited industry professionals, faculty, and students, on topics addressed at the International CES in Las Vegas. The themes for this event will include Internet of Things, Smart Home, Connected Car, Streaming Video and High Speed Networks, Sensors and Wearables, Virtual Reality, and Drones.

We will also feature International CES vendor displays, presenting the hottest new technologies. The event will culminate with Anderson Afternoons, a networking reception sponsored by the Easton Center. Stay tuned for more info!

Click here to see more about last year's event.

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International CES® is a registered trademark of the Consumer Electronics Association. Neither UCLA nor the Easton Technology Management Center is affiliated with or endorsed by the International CES or the Consumer Electronics Association.

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