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CES Asia Sets Conference Program

Arlington, Va. – The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced the full conference program lineup for the inaugural CES Asia, beginning Monday in Shanghai, China.

Featuring nearly 100 industry executives and three full days of sessions, the CES Asia Conference Program will focus on emerging technologies including wearables, digital health, robotics, the Internet of Things [IoT], as well as the future of the consumer technology market.

Produced by the CEA and co-produced by INTEX, the 2015 CES Asia is set to draw global businesses showcasing the latest products and technologies entering the Asian marketplace.

 “The CES Asia Conference Program will discuss the latest topics and product trends from our ever-evolving industry, from the latest in robotics to the Internet of Things, entertainment, wearables and beyond,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. “With top executives participating from some of the world’s leading brands, attendees will hear insights from some of the most innovative minds fueling the growth of our global industry.”

 Highlights of the conference sessions include: The Outlook for the Consumer Tech Market in China and the United States; Future of Media in Asia: Fireside Chat ; The Impact of the Internet of Things; JD Smart Life Forum; and The Wearable Tech Revolution.

A  CES Asia conference pass is available through CES Asia registration. All sessions will take place at the Kerry Hotel. Conference sessions will be presented in English or Mandarin with simultaneous translation services (English/Mandarin) available on-site on a first-come, first-serve basis.

A complete lineup of CES Asia conference sessions is available here.

 Top technology executives set to deliver addresses at CES Asia including Audi’s Rupert Stadler, IBM’s D.C. Chien, Intel’s Kirk Skaugen and Twitter’s Shailesh Rao. Keynote and Industry Mover addresses are complimentary for all CES Asia attendees. A CES Asia badge is all that is required for entry.

 Initially 20,000 gross square meters (8,500 net square meters), the CES Asia exhibit show floor has recently expanded by nearly 10 percent and will house an estimated 200 exhibitors that currently represent 15 countries. Major global brands are supporting the show through show floor exhibitions and private meeting room space.

Top brands participating in CES Asia include Audi, Cadillac, Continental, Ford, Garmin, Intel, IBM, Hisense, Lincoln,, Microsoft XBox (China), Samsung, TomTom, Twitter, Volkswagen and Voxx.

 The full list of companies exhibiting at CES Asia can be found via the Exhibitor Directory.

Registration for the show is available here.