Every year the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada. This show is very important because it details all of the present and future technology that consumers use in their everyday lives. In the past this event featured devices and appliances such as DVD players, VCR machines and plasma TVs. The latest editions to the CES includes electric cars, smart home technology and drones.
Marcio Alaor is the executive of BMG which is a financial comany in Brazil. This organization provides credit card, loans and many more banking services to companies and consumers in Brazil. Alaor attended the CES in Nevada to find new types of consumer electric products that will be making their way into Brazil.
Some of the discoveries made by Marcio Aloar included drones that are designed to carry a person from one location to the next. The some of the smart technology that was available at the event included a refrigerator that can take pictures to let a person know when they need to replace more items. There was also an electric car that operates off of pure electricity without the use of gasoline.
Other exciting forms of new technology that was presented at the event included the 3D printable prosthetic hand for people who are missing this limb. There was also a pair of smart sunglasses that automatically adjusts to filter light. There was even a keyboard device that allowed musicians to shape sounds simply by making gestures with their fingers.
Many people who attend the CES know that the show is important for consumer markets everywhere. DMG often scouts out the events to determine what types of technology are going to be popular within the near future. They then set up investment strategies according to their findings.
Aloas and his company informs people about the technology that will be hitting consumer markets. This information will help businesses and individuals within Brazil’s economy to purchase, market and then sale these newly found products to people who are interested in buying them. You can find out more about the CES and Aloas at Exame.