Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 2
This was the second of four episodes from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Association (CES), a consumer electronics show held January 8-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Part 2 of The Communicators at the Consumer Electronics Association 2018 Technology Show focused on robots and drones. Interviews were shown with representatives from Omron Automotive, which uses artificial intelligence in robots; DJI, a Chinese company that makes drones and does drone research in the U.S.; and young entrepreneurs who were using drones to teach computer programming to high school students. Each company displayed how its robots or drones operate, including a game of ping pong between a human and a robot.
People in this video
- Mike Chen Manager for the Americas Omron Automation
Hansol Hong Chief Executive Officer Robolink
Dominique LaFleur Manager Suitable Technologies->Marketing and Special Projects
Michael Perry Director DJI->Strategic Partnerships
Clarissa Redwine Lead Kickstarter->West Coast Design and Tech Outreach
- Peter Slen Host C-SPAN
Arnold Suarez Coding Instructor Robolink
Chang Zhao Manager Navatics
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More Videos From This Event
- Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 3
- Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 4
- Communicators with Thomas Hazlett
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