The CTA confirms that CES is going back to Las Vegas in 2022
The CTA has now confirmed that the next CES will take place as a live physical event, having had an all-virtual format in 2021. This means it is going back to its traditional Las Vegas location next year. Furthermore, the Assocation has announced a number of big-name exhibitors for this show already.
The group's CEO, Gary Shapiro, has been quoted as saying that the CTA is "thrilled" to bring the CES event back to its traditional home, which has hosted the show for the last 40 years or so. Thus far, it is slated to involve its usual displays of new and cutting-edge tech from hundreds, if not thousands, of participating OEMs and start-ups.
They are now slated to include Sony; Samsung; Qualcomm; Panasonic; LG; Lenovo; Intel; AMD and Amazon. The CTA has also already stated that companies such as Sierra Space and Caterpillar are due to make their CES debuts during its next live iteration. Its Media Day previews are now scheduled to run from January 3 to 4, 2022, followed by the live show proper on January 5 to 8.