IoT Week at CES: Tens of Thousands Attend fromAI, Automotive, Smart Home, and Wearables

  • August 8, 2023
  • imc

London (8 August 2023): An audit from CES 2023 recorded 117,000 attendees from crucial sectors around the world. Over 15,000 industry attendees came with a focus on AI, IoT sensors, and vehicle technology. Over 10,000 attendees were from the 5G, digital health, and wearables categories.

“CES is one of the world’s largest stages for prominent mass-IoT applications,” says Sridhar (Sri) Ramachandran SVP and CTO for Somos, Inc., a provider of telephone number and identity information services globally and the Vice Chairman of the IoT M2M Council (IMC), the largest trade group serving the IoT sector. “With 25,000 product makers, enterprise users and apps developers as members, the IMC is the exclusive IoT partner to CES and it organizes the IoT Infrastructure pavilion on the show floor as well as conference programming for the event.”

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“The Las Vegas Convention Center’s North Hall has already sold out for the January 2024 event and we’ll be using expansion space to accommodate the IoT pavilion,“ says Ramachandran, “The IMC has proposed a full conference program for 2024, and we’ll be doing networking events and producing content from the show floor. Anybody in the IoT sector should have CES on the calendar.”

About the IoT M2M Council

The IMC is the largest trade group dedicated to the global IoT/M2M sector – with over 28,000 IoT adopters as members. Board companies include 1NCE, 2J Antennas, A1 Digital, Aeris, Airgain, Blues, Digi International, eSAT Global, Eseye, Fibocom, floLIVE, Friendly Technologies, Giesecke+Devrient, Globalstar, Ground Control, Gurtam, Hologram, iBasis, Ignion, IoT Launch, Keyfactor, KORE, KYOCERA AVX, Losant, MultiTech, OQ Technology, Pelion, Printed Energy, Quectel, Somos, Tata Communications, Telit Cinterion, and Vodafone. Visit