John Deere will be attending CES® 2020, an annual showcase of the world’s most prominent technology companies and their products. CES 2020 is slated to run from January 7 through January 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“Companies across every major industry are using technology to transform their businesses, and CES 2020 will be the global stage for the latest innovation across all sectors,” said Karen Chupka, EVP for CES. “The show will represent all facets of global business where attendees can expect the unexpected.”
John Deere’s booth will be located in South Hall 2 at Booth No. 25608. Some of the topics the company will be tackling at CES 2020 include artificial intelligence, robotics, sustainability, and vehicle technology.
Some of this year’s keynote speakers include Delta Air Lines’ Ed Bastain, Daimler’s Ola Källenius, and Quibi’s Meg Whitman. At CES 2020, there is expected to be more than 4,500 companies in attendance across 30 product categories. There will also be several sessions throughout the three-day event, tackling topics including innovation, smart home, transportation, resilience and privacy, and security.
CES is produced and owned by the Consumer Technology Association. It initially began in 1967, featuring 110 exhibitors with a focus on pocket radios and televisions. Today, thousands of companies, including John Deere, attend the event to showcase their latest innovative products. This year, more than 170,000 people are expected to attend CES 2020.