As per the recent reports, CES 2022 is going to cut off its schedule on account of the coronavirus scare. A couple of recent reports suggest that the companies have taken a decision to decline the last day of its 2022 technology conference in Las Vegas. The event managers have declared that the program has been cut off as a supplementary security measure amongst a surge in Covid cases. The CES 2022 is now going to be held on January 7.
Many tech companies including Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon had already took out of the CES 2022. All those tech gaints had decided to participate in the tech program virtually. Moreover, the Consumer Electronics Show is the greatest technology conference all over the world, which allure approximately 10,000 people every year.
Furthermore, the smartphone manufacturer tech giant OnePlus declared that it is not going to physically participate in the event. The company further is going to demonstrate its impending products virtually. According to reports, the smartphone manufacturer was supposed to reveal the OnePlus 10 Pro at the CES 2022, ahead of making the product official in China which is also the home country of the company.
Moreover, Gary Shapiro the CTA’s president and CEO reproted Las Vegas Journal,
“CES will and must go on. It will have many more small companies than large ones. It may have big gaps on the show floor. Certainly, it will be different from previous years. It may be messy. But innovation is messy. It is risky and uncomfortable. I view CES as representing the best of our unique American history — a place where those who are different and have big ideas can gather. Where success is not based on class or religion or anything but the strength of an idea.”
According to Shapiro, in case they call off the program, a large number of smaller organizations, businessmen and innovators who have spent money in creating their demonstrations are going to be impacted. He further added that the programs are going to be streamed live for tech giants that have lost the event. Apart from that, Shapiro further disclosed that over 2,200 exhibitors are going to participant the event in person and 143 tech companies have signed up for the program.
Moreover, participants will need to display their evidence for vaccination to get their badges and get entry into event. CTA is in addition going to be testing the participants ahead of they enter the conference and will disclose free Quick test kits to them. The participants are goign to need to wear masks during the conference.