Spotlights and Searchlights at CES 2016
Each year CES provides an opportunity for companies to place their products and services in the spotlight hoping to capture the attention, interest and, most importantly, purchases of their targeted customers. In years past, the typical CES show highlighted a key product or technology that stood clearly above the rest in advertising, messaging, press promotion, etc. CES 2016 broke from that tradition as there was no single major theme or highlighted product or technology. Perhaps the best word to describe CES this year would be "diverse."
Coverage of a show this large with this many hot topics is a challenge. Fortunately, IHS deployed nearly 40 analysts from around the world to Las Vegas in order to capture the most comprehensive coverage possible. Coming out of CES, IHS is sharing some of the key highlights and insights from our analyst team in a series of Analyst Insights.
As our customers use their searchlights to seek out the next important market opportunity, product, service, trend or technology, they will find highly valuable highlights and analysis delivered in over 30 Analyst Insights focused on the following technology sectors:
- Automotive technology
- Automotive displays
- Televisions and displays
- Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices
- Smart home and consumer electronics
Time invested in reading and studying the insights shared by the IHS analyst team from CES 2016 will certainly deliver rewards to the readers! Click HERE to access this treasure trove of research and analysis.
Dale Ford is the Vice President of Thought Leadership for IHS Technology
Posted on 28 January 2016
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