10 Things Not to Miss at CES 2024

Flying car debut, Indy Autonomous Challenge, digital twins, electric vehicles and more

January 5, 2024

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Supernal's vertiport for flying cars will be on display at CES 2024 in Las Vegas

CES 2024 is next week and it’s bringing with it the most powerful technologies of the year and IoT World will be there with in-depth coverage bringing the show floor to you. 

This year’s event will feature more than 4,000 exhibitors showcasing cutting–edge technologies and announcing new product launches including Bosch, Amazon, John Deere, Hyundai, IBM, Lenovo, LG, Google, Samsung, Indy Autonomous Challenge, Mercedes-Benz, Qualcomm and Intel.

And while there is a massive number of devices, technologies and exhibitors on display, here are 10 things happening at CES 2024 that you do not want to miss!

The Debut of Xpeng Aerohtt’s eVTOL Flying Car

Xpeng’s eVTOL flying car will make its international debut at CES. The company will also be sharing the latest progress on its modular flying car.

The Indy Autonomous Challenge

Always a fan favorite, the Indy Autonomous Challenge returns to CES with the unveiling of the IAC’s Next Gen Autonomous Racecar at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway along with a race that includes nine teams from 17 universities from around the world. 

Tour Supernal’s Vertiport for Flying Vehicles

Supernal has something special to offer CES attendees, the chance to be the first to experience what it calls the “heart of advanced air mobility” with a tour of its vertiport, a mobility hub for its upcoming electric aircraft. 

Related:Indy Autonomous Challenge Returns to CES 2024; New Car Revealed

LG’s Two-Legged Smart Home Robot

LG Electronics two-legged, smart home AI robot that acts as an “independent house manager” can control appliances and devices all on its own. It’s part of LG’s family of Zero Labor Home Vision to improve the lives of users by helping with daily activities. 

Mercedes’ AI-Powered Virtual Assistant 

There will be plenty of eyes on Mercedes, as it showcases its new AI-powered MBUX virtual assistant hailed as the next major step toward its vision of a personalized, connected driving experience.

The Future of Hyundai

Hyundai is expected to outline its future vision for the use of software and artificial intelligence in vehicles across the entire Hyundai group, which as well as Kia also includes Genesis.

Bosch’s Energy-Focused Innovations

Bosch is set to present its energy-focused innovations for powering a sustainable tomorrow focusing on mobility and living. From smart solutions for fleets and electric mobility to seamlessly integrated energy solutions in the smart home, Bosch is set to show how it’s harnessing technology to sustainably enhance energy use. 

Doosan Bobcat’s ‘Electric AI-Driven Machine’

South Korea’s Doosan Bobcat – which already has an autonomous loader and mower in its armory – is promising a new electric AI-driven machine at this year’s event. Details are yet to be revealed. 

Related:CES 2024 Showcases Self-Driving Vehicle Advancements

Electric Vehicles

From Honda’s plans to reveal its newest electric vehicle (EV) series at CES to Kia showcasing its Platform Beyond Vehicle (PBV) and other mobility innovations, electric vehicles are a big part of this year’s event. 

Digital Twin of the Human Body

Dassault Systèmes will allow attendees to meet their virtual twin to understand how virtual twins of the human body with its 3DEXPERIENCE platform designed to give researchers, physicians and patients a better understanding of what cannot be seen whether its how drugs affect a disease to surgical outcomes. All before a patient is treated.

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