Las Vegas (January 4, 2022) – At CES 2022, Panasonic will showcase its latest technologies, partnerships and more. Its booth in Main Hall LVCC #16419 is designed for attendees to autonomously engage with the brand’s latest innovations, offering self-guided tours featuring a breath-taking Immersive Entertainment Experience; new trend-driven Tech Talks (pre-recorded) with Panasonic’s subject matter experts; as well as rich video content and QR codes that connect to the company’s product introductions and sustainability initiatives. Via the Panasonic CES 2022 Digital Experience, Panasonic will be highlighting six primary discovery areas, including Immersive Entertainment, Lifestyle Technologies, Smart Mobility, Healthy Environments, Food Tech, and Sustainability. Each area of the site offers visitors an opportunity to explore Panasonic’s latest innovations and learn more about the ways we are moving the world forward.
Stream the Panasonic Press Conference
The Panasonic CES 2022 press conference can be viewed at https://na.panasonic.com/explore.
Learn more about “Panasonic GREEN IMPACT,” a commitment to reducing CO2 emissions generated from its own business operations and value chain as well as expanding our contributions to reduce CO2 emissions of society.
Panasonic Tech Talks Return to CES
Panasonic Tech Talks return once again with presentations featuring Panasonic’s leading technology minds and partners. The brief discussions are formatted to deliver interesting insights and inspire thought on emerging trends shaping industries and society. This year’s Tech Talk lineup will feature:
•The AI of Augmented Reality HUD
Scott Kirchner, President at Panasonic Automotive, and Gene Karshenboym, CEO of Phiar, will discuss the augmented reality head-up display evolution. They share how the latest iteration of the AR HUD has become even smarter with AI integration and newly enhanced eye tracking features.
•Creating Shared Energy Value with Utilities, Consumers, Electric Fleet Operators
Moderated by Green Builder’s Editor Matt Power, Panasonic’s Director of Energy Storage, Mukesh Sethi, and Head of Utility Advisory, Dexter Gauntlett, discuss the exciting transition of the utility business model to enable “prosumers” – equipped with solar panels, energy storage, and electric vehicles – to participate in, and be compensated for, providing value to the grid.