The Conference programme organized by Consumer Technologic Association (CTA), employer U.S. ICT industry for this event, which will be held from 6 to 9 January 2016 in Las Vegas 2016, includes more than two hundred sessions, with the participation of around a thousand of senior executives and professionals from the global consumer electronics industry.
In the 2016 Edition of THESE presentations, round tables, workshops and training activities will be one of the protagonists, with the participation of the global heads of the leading companies in the technology sector, as well as of the content industries digital and entertainment and automotive industries, two sectors that increasingly occupy more space in this contest.
This activity will begin one day before that opens the show as such, of the 6 of January 9, 2016, in Las Vegas, with the inaugural speeches of Brian M. Krzanich, CEO of Intel, and Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen Passanger Cars, which will take place on January 5. They joined also the conferences of other experts from the technology sector, as President and CEO of IBM, Ginni Rometty, and the President of Samsung, Dr. WP Hong.
In the environment of digital content, entertainment, advertising and marketing, top executives on behalf of OTT (over-the-top) providers, broadcasters and operators will offer his vision about the trends and challenges of these segments market, with the participation of Steve Burke, CEO of NBC Universal; Reed Hastings, NetFlix director; Robert Kyncl, responsible for business development of YouTube, and Peter Rice, President of Fox Networks, among others.
Others of the increasingly growing sectors in the contest, in terms of exhibitors and visitors - automotive - demand, will also feature a prominent representation of experts, which highlights the Conference taught Mary T. Barra, Chief Executive Officer of General Motors.
During the contest will also be held the roundtable discussion in which Edith Ramirez, President of the Federal Trade Commision (FCT) and Tom Wheeler, President of the Federal Communications Comissions (FCC), two of the organizations for the regulation and standardization of the most important ICT industry of United States. Moderated by Gary Saphiro, President of the CTA, on the same aspects will be discussed as the role of the Government of s USA to improve competition and stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation.
Other issues that will be reviewed and discussed at CES 2016 are the allocation of radio spectrum for mobile broadband; legislative developments; the regulation of new environments such as IoT and Big Data, and the protection of personal data of consumers and citizens.
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