The CTA likes to utilize sensors in the lives of people with medical issues and it will play a crucial role at the CES 2018. Programming and exhibits will be among the salient features of the CTA show.
Two novel panels will be hosted and these will consist of smart home technology. People will thus be able to live on their own without the need of external assistance.
This will hold despite their age or capabilities. Also self-driving vehicles will be explored at the exhibition. This would be ideal for those with physical disabilities.
A great deal of efforts will be made to make life easier and more convenient for senior citizens. These individuals deserve the right to a little self-respect too and don’t have to be sent to old people’s homes.
Via IoT, smart homes, robots, health and wellness wearables, vehicular conveyance, connected cities and other creative technologies, people no matter what their circumstances may benefit immensely.
The five winners of awards at the event will include: Blind Touch, Lili Smart, SignAll, SofiHub, Unaliwear. The finalists were selected based on a complex series of heuristics.
Among the exhibits will be such names as VFO and the American Printing House for the Blind. Some other organizations coming to the show include: Gallaudet University and the World Institute on Disability. Everything will be clear when the CES 2018 occurs.
Owned and produced by CTA, CES is the global stage for innovation and will take place January 9-12 in Las Vegas, Nev.
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