The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is authoritatively getting back to an in-person format in Las Vegas in 2022, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) declared today, denoting the arrival of the biggest tech conference in the world one year from now.
“We’re thrilled to return to Las Vegas – home to CES for more than 40 years – and look forward to seeing many new and returning faces,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the CTA, in an announcement.
All things considered, the CTA had consistently proposed to get back to an in-person CES in 2022. The group had effectively reported designs to do as such in July 2020, when it declared that CES 2021 would be moving to an all-digital format because of the continuous COVID-19 pandemic. Other major tech conferences, as IFA 2021 in the fall, are likewise getting back to in-person events this year.
CES 2022 will be held from January 5th through the 8th, with the typical media days going before the actual conference on January 3rd and 4th. As indicated by the declaration, the forthcoming conference will be a hybrid of sorts, with events set to occur both physically and digitally. Affirmed participants will incorporate major tech organizations like Amazon, AMD, AT&T, Dell, Google, Hyundai, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, LG, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Samsung, and Sony.
The CTA says that CES 2022 will be following the CDC’s Covid security rules, alongside state and neighborhood rules for Nevada and the city of Las Vegas to guarantee a protected event for participants.