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Indesign Exhibited at the 2019 CES in Las Vegas

Indesign, LLC, an Indianapolis based engineering design firm, exhibited at the 2019 International Consumer Electronics Show – January 8 – 11, 2019. This is Indesign’s 22nd year to exhibit at the International CES.

The 2019 International CES® is the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow, featuring 4,500 exhibitors unveiling the latest consumer technologies across the entire ecosystem of consumer technologies. Exhibitors included manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technologies. CES had over 180,000 attendees and spanned 2.75 million square feet of floor space.

At CES, Indesign showcased their electronic product development services as well as some of their recently designed high-tech products. Indesign exhibited a variety of wireless and wired products including products that interface with smartphones, M2M products with internet connectivity, and products that expand the world of IoT connectivity. Many of these products were designed for the consumer electronics market; while some of the products were designed for industrial, medical, military and transportation markets.

About CES 2019
The International CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. From tech powerhouses to innovative startups, companies big and small from all industries come to CES to introduce the latest innovation to the global market. Exhibitors feature products from all facets of tech, including sports and vehicle technology, artificial intelligence, drones, augmented and virtual reality, smart cities and resiliency, digital health and more. Manufacturers, developers and suppliers gather at CES to not only showcase game-changing technology to the world, but to also build strong business relationships with new and existing industries.

 

 

Indesign & DeveloperTown Mind Meld: IoT

Indesign and DeveloperTown hosted an event focused on IoT technologies at DeveloperTown. Our presentation focused on IoT applications and connectivity, while DeveloperTown continued the discussion with a focus on data communication, security, and updating.

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