Arvind Sethumadhavan
May 16, 2016

CES Asia takeaways: The ‘smart everything’ economy

Arvind Sethumadhavan of Dentsu Aegis Network shares thoughts on the utility and marketing potential of smart devices and technologies showcased at this year's CES Asia.

Arvind Sethumadhavan

CES Asia opened it doors for the second consecutive year in Shanghai this week. As I walked around peeking in and experiencing the various exhibits, one word which every device seemed to be screaming out loud was “smart”. Most of the internet of things IoT and wearable devices which I scanned were smart bikes, steering wheels, luggage, skateboards, pillows, jewellery, sleeping goggles, temperature monitor patches for babies, health monitor devices, home humidity sensors to name a few....

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