MarketScale LIVE at CES 2019

This Live Blog was last updated January 10th at 5:30pm.

With CES 2019 in full swing, MarketScale is live in Las Vegas to bring you all the latest from the show. Make sure to stay tuned as our own Daniel Litwin, the Voice of B2B, hosts our live podcast from the convention hall to give you insight and reaction from this year’s premier exhibitors. This story will be updated all day to bring you breaking news, expert insight and observations.

Before you head into the show, here is everything you need to know about CES 2019.

Follow us on Instagram at both @TheVoiceOfB2B and @MarketScale as well as on Twitter @MarketScale for up-to-the-minute reports from Las Vegas.

Thursday January 10th

MarketScale had a live podcast featuring guests from the AR/VR, IoT and transportation industries!


The full podcast schedule:

11:15 PST: Patrick Santucci, Product PR Manager, DJI Global

11:30 PST: ‘Cam’s Corner’, CES observations from our own Cameron Cooper

11:45 PST: Jacques Bonifay, CEO, Transatel

12:15 PST: Nadia Giuliani, COO, Next Industries, Tactigon Skin

12:40 PST: Jerome Loubert, Director of Business Development, FlexFuel Energy Development

We took a trip down memory lane by visiting Arcade1Up.

DJI, a leader in the drone industry, has been winning at CES with a product that is meant for the ground. It’s Osmo Pocket handheld camera with stabilized gimbal allows users to capture flawless footage on the move.

Historically, farming has been slow to implement available technology, Now that is all changing, and drones are at the forefront.

Automation is being implemented in almost every industry, and now ping pong can be added to the list. Omron’s AI-enabled table tennis tutor was one of the most impressive pieces of technology on the show floor. ‘Forpheus’ has been turning attendees’ heads with its natural reflexes and elite use of machine learning.


Wednesday January 9th

On Wednesday, we will be checking out all CES has to offer and showing you the highlights:

Now to the show floor!

CES is all about technological innovation, and that is fully on display at the Samsung exhibit:

While Daniel was at the Samsung Mobile booth this afternoon, he took a minute to truly experience what CES has to offer:

Gaming has gone to another level in recent years and Daniel is seeing how immersive the technology is today:

We just caught up with Daniel live from the show floor! He gives us his thoughts on his favorite booths, most evident themes and other points of interests at CES 2019.

It wouldn’t be CES without a drone flying overhead:


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