Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ President and CEO Gary Shapiro and Senior Vice President, CES and Corporate Business Strategy Karen Chupka open CES 2018. Followed by a keynote address from Ford Motor Company's President and CEO Jim Hackett. Hackett will focus on the development of mobility solutions as the world progresses toward smarter cities. Ford's vision is to become the world's most trusted mobility company, designing smart vehicles for a smart world that help people move more safely, confidently and freely.
U.S. Department of Transportation Keynote
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao will discuss the current state of innovation and recent U.S. Department of Transportation initiatives to support the safe integration of new technologies into our country’s transportation systems.
Good for Business, Good for the Planet: How Companies Drive Positive Impact
Consumer preference for purpose and sustainability today is at a high, and there’s never been a stronger case for global organizations to anchor their business strategies in driving societal and planetary change.
Samsung’s CES 2020 keynote will present the company’s vision for revolutionizing the consumer lifestyle, impacting the way people work, play and connect with each other.
The Path to the Future of Work
Hear how the administration is advocating for employer-led strategies that invest in reskilling workers, create apprenticeships and develop K-12 STEM education programs.
Ola Källenius will present a groundbreaking concept car inspired by one of the most innovative entertainment brands, envisioning a completely new form of interaction between humans, technology and nature.
NBCUniversal joins the CES stage with a keynote titled, “If TV Was Invented Today: NBCUniversal Reimagines the Future of Entertainment.” The panel will take a deep dive into future innovation for the entertainment market.