Greener Products, Carbon-Neutral Booth Design Help Deliver ‘The Better Life You Deserve’
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Environmental sustainability is front and center at CES® 2022 in the 22,000-square-foot LG Electronics booth, which was constructed entirely of upcycled, recycled and recyclable materials.
For its zero carbon CES booth, LG worked with sustainability leader Carbonfund.org Foundation to neutralize 100 metric tonnes of emissions through carbon credits covering all estimated carbon emissions related to the booth’s transportation, fabrication and onsite electricity use.
Arrow Electronics and customer Unlimited Tomorrow unveiled the latest version of its 3D-printed prosthetic arm at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month. The prosthetic is designed to be cheaper and more accessible for children, who require new devices as they grow.
Watch this new Fortune video from the Consumer Electronics Show to learn more about the new ZeraTM Food Recycler and other innovations from WLabs of Whirlpool Corporation, the company's innovation incubator.
By Amanda Moore, Senior Sustainability Manager, AT&T
2015 spotlighted the IoT journey with the rise of connected cars, homes, and machinery. A smartphone is the remote control to our lives; network connectivity is the link to improving everyday experiences from finding a parking spot to monitoring personal wellness. Where is the IoT journey positioned to travel in 2016? Three main areas of focus include:
Haven’t gone electric yet? Chevrolet’s latest electric vehicle, the Bolt EV, might convince you to take the plunge. Our engineers designed this roomy and bright small crossover hatchback for…well, everyone.
LAS VEGAS, January 6, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Chevrolet is introducing the 2017 Bolt EV at the Consumer Electronics Show, fulfilling its promise to offer a long-range, affordable electric vehicle for the masses.
The Bolt EV, which will go into production by the end of 2016, will offer more than 200 miles of range on a full charge. It also features advanced connectivity technologies designed to enhance and personalize the driving experience.
CES in Review I spent last week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)—an almost overwhelming ocean of innovation—during which 170,000 people converged on Vegas to see the most advanced and ingenious products, technologies, and prototypes that the human mind can comprehend. This year’s show was as vibrant and interesting as ever, flaunting lofty visions from inventors and entrepreneurs across the globe.
I spent last week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)—an almost overwhelming ocean of innovation—during which 170,000 people converged on Vegas to see the most advanced and ingenious products, technologies, and prototypes that the human mind can comprehend. This year’s show was as vibrant and interesting as ever, flaunting lofty visions from inventors and entrepreneurs across the globe.
The Consumer Electronics Show, which used to feature tech innovations such as the VCR and CD, displayed a different focus in its just completed 2015 edition. This year, CES highlighted the latest in-car electronics from the major auto companies. Judging by the exhibits, the auto industry is now on the way to re-branding itself as a mobility industry, not a vehicle industry. Cars are being re-imagined as giant, rolling smartphones, loaded with apps.