Erin Blasko | January 6, 2020
More than a dozen students and staff from the University of Notre Dame will display working prototypes of new hardware and software products for the home security, public works and health care industries at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Jan. 6-10 in Las Vegas.
Hosted by the Consumer Technology Association, CES is a showcase for the latest in consumer technology, from robotics and gaming to self-driving vehicles, wireless services and devices and software and apps. It is among the world’s largest electronics shows, with more than 150,000 visitors and more than 4,000 exhibitors annually, and it is where startups and major manufacturers regularly introduce their latest innovations.
The Notre Dame students and staff will manage four booths in the “University Innovations” section of Eureka Park, the designated spot for the thousands of startups at the show.
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