January 11 The Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Exhibition (CES) is scheduled to open on the 11th local time. Affected by the coronavirus epidemic, electronic medical and smart home products are expected to become the hottest exhibits this year.
CNN quoted industry sources as saying that electronic medical products are one of the highlights of this year’s exhibition, including smart products that can warn users when they have symptoms of infection or do not maintain safe social distancing.
Telemedicine products are also expected to become one of the hot spots of the exhibition.
Doctor-turned entrepreneur Samir Kamar plans to exhibit telemedicine devices with 10 diagnostic tools.
“People now know that they should not wait with other patients and seek other ways to see the doctor,” he said.
Researchers from Frost-Sullivan, a U.S. consulting firm, estimate that the demand for telemedicine services in the U.S. market has increased by 64%, which will promote the development of related electronic products and equipment, including more reliable home monitoring devices and stronger online communication platforms.
In addition, a variety of intelligent disinfection products will also appear at this year’s exhibition.
Richard Winsor, an independent technical analyst in the United States, said that personal air purifiers may feel ridiculous last year, but this year it will be more important.
Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show is the world’s largest consumer electronics exhibition.
Every year, many novel products are displayed, some of which can lead the market trend.
Affected by the coronavirus epidemic, this year’s four-day exhibition will be held online, and the number of exhibitors will be reduced from 4,000 in previous years to 1,800.