CES 2021: the technology that will enter our homes – VanityFair.it

The first CES 2021 fully digital opened its virtual experience to audiences around the world. And despite the limitations due to the lack of physical presence in glittering Las Vegas, they were more than 1900 exhibitors representing the entire tech spectrum and over 100 conference sessions that shared visions for a better future in the name of technology.

CES 2021 product innovations spanned the technology sector in all its forms, fromautomobile to digital health, from 5G to smart homes.

Bosch showed its commitment to sustainability as the first global company to become carbon neutral and introduced an AI-enabled wearable fitness tracker that recognizes and records any type of fitness activity based on repetitive patterns and cyclists. And always on the theme of health, OMRON Health announced VitalSight, the first remote patient monitoring service designed specifically for the management of hypertension,

Cannon provided an overview of cameras and printers, Hisense announced the 2021 TriChroma laser TV line and Indy Autonomous Challenge unveiled the world’s first autonomous racing car. Still on the theme of mobility, Intel / Mobileye they shared plans to open deployment centers in Shanghai, Tokyo, Paris and Detroit and use home-made lidar sensors.

News from LG Electronics covered the new generation of the LG PuriCare line for air management, a reinvented side-by-side refrigerator, which features a larger window, superior-looking interior and Craft Ice functionality, a wash tower and advanced cleaning system, as well as the 2021 evo OLED TV line and QNED MiniLED .

For entertainment Panasonic announced a technology partnership with Illuminarium Experiences to bring new 360-degree immersive centers to life and launched the latest JZ2000 OLED TV, while Samsung unveiled the Flex Bespoke four-door refrigerator that can be customized for any kitchen, the JetBot 90 AI + robot vacuum and the new range of televisions.

Smart home solutions are also big protagonists: Schneider Electric showcased Square D Energy Center, the first Square D connected switches and the Acti9 Active product, which together offer a unique end-to-end energy management solution for homes in response to sustainability, efficiency and customization , TCL announced Movetrack, the smart pet tracker and Link D showcased its latest smart security technologies, such as 2K QHD Pan – Zoom Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8635LH).

There was, of course, no insight into smartphones, portable devices, gaming devices and laptops specially dedicated to smart work. Many of these innovations are already ready to enter our homes and lives, now more digital than ever.

In the gallery above some glimpses of what is presented.


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