Cost Effective LIDAR Sensing Might Steal the Show
January is fast approaching and the first thing on the mind of anyone associated with the automotive industry is the Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas. The show where close to 20 percent space or close to 200,000 Sqft dedicated to automotive technologies and despite the crazy crowd, impossible to keep routines and the noise has just gobbled up many of the major auto shows to become one of the most important shows for the automotive industry specifically technologies showcased around connected and automated driving. From Delphi/Mobileye to Hyundai to Rinspeed, automated driving demonstrations are going to be galore this time at the event.
Frost & Sullivan’s mobility practice has been a regular at the event for the past many years and we have been publishing pre-event expectations, blogs live from the event, video interviews and product demonstrations live from the event and most importantly a very detailed report post event around the key technology trends, themes and automaker level outlook and so-what analysis.
This year five senior members of the Frost & Sullivan team are attending CES including Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner and Global Head of Mobility, Franck Leveque, Partner and Head of EIA and Americas Mobility, Robert Merlotti, SVP of Growth Consulting, Mobility Americas, Praveen Chandrasekar, Director Consulting Americas Mobility and Ajit Chander, Director Business Development, Americas Mobility. This blog is meant to provide an overview of what some of the key expectations are from the event this time around.