“People are excited to head back to Las Vegas for CES 2023, and it will rock” said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA) during a virtual press conference held on November 30. “We are optimistic we can hit our attendance goal of 100,000, which would make it the largest independently-audited post-pandemic tech event”.
Owned and produced by CTA, CES 2023 will take place in Las Vegas on January 5-8, 2023. It also expected to be 50% bigger than previous year.
CES 2023 by the numbers as of Nov. 28:
- 2,000,000+ net square feet/186,000m2 of exhibits (50% bigger than CES 2022)
- Nearly 1000 new exhibitors and more than 2400 in total
- One of the largest global auto shows
- 2100 CES 2023 Innovation Award entries – a record
- 100,000 attendee goal with 1/3 from outside the U.S.
- 3000+ media registered
- 200+ conference sessions featuring more than 750 speakers
- Four curated floor tours include Automotive, Startup, Healthcare and (new for 2023) the Metaverse Combo Tour
Attendees will experience new technologies from global brands, hear about the future of technology from thought leaders and collaborate face-to-face with other attendees. The show will highlight emerging global economic trends, what’s next in healthcare, automotive, Web3/metaverse and see the nexus of technology for good.
Some of the highlights of CES 2023:
Adena T. Friedman, president and CEO of Nasdaq, and the first woman CEO to lead a global stock exchange, will join Gary Shapiro for a Great Minds session, “What’s Next for the 21st Century Economy,” on January 6.
Also, January 5 keynote conversation will feature top healthcare leaders. “The Future of Care in America: A New Hybrid Model” will explore how innovation is enabling a new model for patient care—one that blends quality in-person care with virtual diagnostic and other tools for a more holistic and accessible patient experience that leads to better health outcomes.
With four days of visionary keynotes and conference programs audience will hear from industry experts, including top leaders from John Deere, AMD, BMW and Delta Air Lines. Dozens of conference tracks and 200 sessions will cover the key show themes that include Transportation and Mobility, Digital Health, Web3/Metaverse, Sustainability and Human Security for All.
Transportation and Mobility
The automotive sector will be bigger than ever with nearly 300 exhibitors in a sold-out West Hall. The exhibits in West Hall will cover almost 25% more floor space than 2022, featuring the latest in self-driving tech, electric vehicles and personal mobility devices.
Companies including Abbott, LOTTE Healthcare, MedWand Solutions and Omron Healthcare contribute to a larger and more diverse digital health category. Attendees will discover the tools and technologies lowering costs, improving health equity and saving lives as patients seek ways to empower themselves and take control of their care and wellbeing.
Our new Web3 category will feature activations from SK and many others, with a focus on how associated technologies – including those for metaverse and cryptocurrency—can revolutionize how we live, work and play in an immersive, inclusive and distributed virtual universe.
Sustainability will be front and center for hundreds of exhibitors at CES. Global brands like John Deere and startups will demonstrate how tech innovation can conserve energy and increase power generation, address food shortages and create more sustainable agricultural systems, improve resilience and recovery from natural disasters, power smart cities, support access to clean water and more.
Human Security for All
Partnering with the World Academy of Art and Science, CES will shine a spotlight on how technology helps people tackle the world’s most pressing problems. Support of United Nations efforts to advance Human Security for All will be a theme throughout the show, from conference programming to keynotes highlighting innovation and products improving the lives of people around the world.
More information can be found at www.ces.tech