Science and technology is making its way into all walks of life. Today, nearly everything from our refrigerators to our vacuum cleaners seems to be connected to the internet. The question of just how far technology will streamline life and how we will power this growing list of intelligent products is becoming more and more important.
From our crossing lights, to the traffic and cameras surrounding us, the world around us is constantly adjusting to new advancements in technology. To learn where our cities are headed, host Mike Walter spoke with technological innovation and growth strategy expert Benson Chan and this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Enass Abo-Hamed has spent her career researching and developing hydrogen energy as an alternative source of renewable power. She founded H2GO Power as a way to make hydrogen power cleaner and more accessible.
Showpieces from the laboratory floors of tech start-ups and giants alike grace the halls of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Products from all over the world converge on Sin City with the hopes of breaking through to investors, customers, and the media. We took a stroll around this year’s CES to try and see what new creations might be the next big thing changing the way we build our cities.