NEW YORK, Oct. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Living in Digital Times (LIDT), a supporting partner of CES, today offered a sneak peek at some of the conferences and events showcasing leading trends in the technologies shaping health, money, retail, family and other "emerging slices" of the tech industry. CES is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
This year at CES 2019, attendees will experience how the newest innovations in Internet of Things (IoT), Personal Voice Assistants, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and the blockchain affect various vertical marketplaces.
"When you get beyond the buzzwords," says Robin Raskin, founder of Living in Digital Times, "you witness a transformation that is recreating every facet of our work and home lives in a digital incarnation. To see it all as a four-day experience is to drink in the future."
Kicking off the CES 2019 season in New York City on November 8, LIDT will exhibit at CES Unveiled. This gathering of leaders in technology will include companies big and small, influential media, senior level executives and industry thought leaders.
Contest submissions at CES 2019 are always a must-see as they shine a light on brand new technologies that stand out from the crowd. These include Last Gadget Standing, Young Innovators to Watch, Kids@Play Interactive (KAPi), and the Babylist Best of BabyTech Awards.
High Tech Retailing Summit -- The retail apocalypse is anything but. This marketplace and conference will look at how technology including VR, Robotics, AR, display signage, big data are providing customers with new experiences and merchants with miles of data. You'll see products like YouCam's augmented makeup mirror and Incontext's VR tools for building store experiences as part of this area.
The Digital Money Forum – As a consumer you probably already know you won't be carrying a dollar much longer, and you understand that the world of digital payments is changing everything. Come hear how we are moving from cash to digital wallets, global eCommerce, robo-advisors, blockchain, cryptocurrency and more.
The Digital Health Summit -- Join the titans of digital health who aren't just capturing headlines and intrigue, but rebuilding healthcare from advancements in next-gen hospitalization and digital medicines to extraordinary growth in med-tech and wearables. NASA is even advancing healthcare from deep space!
Kids and Family Tech -- Featuring Kids@Play, the Family Summit at CES 2019 showcases new technology like AR and VR for families and kids. The showcase includes AR/VR, smart home appliances, robots and coding, educational and play toys, family safety, wearables, hi-tech family entertainment, family websites and services, and more.
The Wearable Technology Summit -- Wearables -- a perfect fit and not just for fashion. Whether made of circuitry-woven fabrics, new biological materials, polymers or flexible components, Wearables will record your daily moments, join the IoT world, make payments, train for complex processes, and communicate, of course.
About Living in Digital Times
Founded by veteran technology journalist Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times (LIDT) brings together the most knowledgeable leaders and the latest innovations impacting both technology and lifestyle. LIDT helps companies identify and act on emerging trends, create compelling company narratives, and do better business through strong network connections. LIDT produces technology conferences, exhibits and events at CES in Las Vegas and other locations throughout the year by lifestyle verticals. Core brands include Digital Health Summit, Digital Money Forum, FitnessTech, Baby Tech, Kids@Play, Family Tech Summit, FamilyTech TV, Beauty Tech, Wearables and FashionWare runway show, Last Gadget Standing and the KAPi Awards. The company also works with various foundations and manages the Young Innovators to Watch awards recognizing student STEAM innovations. For more information, visit www.LivinginDigitalTimes.com and keep up with our latest news on Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook.
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