The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has announced that CES 2022 , a global technology event, will showcase two new categories—food and space technologies—during next year’s show in Las Vegas on Jan. 5-8, 2022, with Media Days taking place Jan. 3-4, 2022.
CES attendees participate in an average of 33 meetings at CES and according to Harvard Business Review, 95 percent of people say face-to-face meetings are critical to successfully building and maintaining business relationships.
“Every year, CES showcases the latest innovations from legacy and emerging technology sectors – and everything in between,” says Karen Chupka, EVP, CES, CTA.
“Technology is propelling the space and food industries to new heights and CES is the perfect platform to showcase this growth and bring together our industry.”
Technology is advancing opportunities for space exploration and space living conditions. These advancements are creating new communications services and opening opportunities for new applications in biology, human health and more. Sierra Space, a subsidiary of the Sierra Nevada Corporation, will showcase their latest innovations in space transportation – the Dream Chaser spaceplane.
Advancements in food technology will also be on display in Las Vegas. The category will address agriculture, ingredient innovation, meal kits and deliveries, nutrition, plant-based proteins, traceability, sustainability, vertical farming and more. Grov Technologies, Impossible Foods and John Deere will be returning exhibitors.
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