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http://www.adweek.com/sponsored-technology-trends-breaking-through-ces “You’re going to find standouts all throughout CES. Obviously the Internet of Things is here: brands understand that every product a consumer interacts with is going to be connected to data. Everything is going to have sensors, and everything is going to be connected to the Internet.”
CES 2015 will blow your
freaking mind Here are highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that are particularly interesting for marketers. But given that marketers are people too (shocking, right?), a handful of these updates are about some of the most impactful technologies and trends. And a few of the big tech updates during CES weren’t released here but tie into these themes, so don’t knock us on such technicalities. We get it. We’ve got sources on all our slides for you to explore and learn more, except for a handful of photos that came from our team. What were your favorite CES highlights? Send them our way to @MRY. See you at #ces2016! David Berkowitz CMO, MRY David.Berkowitz@mry.com @dberkowitz
What’s ahead • Overview •
Photo / Video • Wearables • Connected Devices • Fun & Games • Transportation • Drones • 3D Printing • Wrapping Up
Brands take the spotlight 2015
is the year non-tech brands stole the CES spotlight, with Under Armour, Hershey, Swarovski, and others announcing products and partnerships. There is no turning back. What’s YOUR plan for 2016 and beyond?
The Future of CES belongs
to marketers “CES, at its core, isn't a show about electronics. It's a show about time.” - David Berkowitz in Ad Age More: http://adage.com/article/digitalnext/future-ces-belongs-marketers/296457/
Why do brands show up?
To chill with Shaq (and also scout the show floor) More: http://adage.com/article/consumer-electronics-show/visa-s-digital-brand-chief-hanging-shaq-ces/296477/
Top 10 Takeaways & Trends
(part 1 of 2) 1. Non-tech brands are taking more of the spotlight at CES, and that will be a bigger theme of CES the rest of the decade 2. Big screens get thinner and prettier, but brands should focus more on viewing shifting to smaller screens (ahem, mobile) 3. RIP 3D (for now); momentum has shifted entirely to virtual reality, which could offer people a far more enticing reason to wear such headsets 4. Drones and versatile cameras such as GoPro are opening up new photo and video production possibilities that can give consumers completely new perspectives 5. Every product that doesn’t have a sensor in it just might within a few years (or there will be a version available that does)
Top 10 Takeaways & Trends
(part 2 of 2) 6. The Internet of Things (IoT) could face new walled garden hurdles with devices only working with their proprietary operating systems (eg another Apple vs. Google battle), but other parties such as Samsung are trying to get all such devices to talk to each other 7. For wearables in 2015, success will hinge on what’s affordable, fashionable, and offering a clear value proposition 8. 3D printing is still mostly for industrial and professional use cases, but partnerships between hardware manufacturers and consumer brands may help popularize the technology 9. As cars and other experimental vehicles get smarter (while also getting greener), brands will have more ways to reach consumers while in transit 10. Many of the best technologies are designed to let people have fun, or even create a sense of wonder. Tap into that however possible to create new kinds of emotional connections with consumers.
The one BIG idea Pay
attention to 3 big themes in 2015: 1. Affordable (products <$100, or high value for more expensive items) 2. Fashionable (what looks good?) 3. Usable (a clear value proposition) The best products will hit on all 3.
The Year of the Smartwatch
“From push notifications to unique, hyperlocalized deals and special event promotions, smart watch technology may mean better targeting, providing marketers with the necessary contextual cues to ensure relevant messaging.” - Allyssa Kaiser on MRY’s blog More: http://blog.mry.com/2015/01/05/2015-the-year-of-the-smart-watch/
Withings announces $150 version of
its fashionable, long-lasting battery smartwatch More: http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/04/withings-rolls-out-150-version-of-its-handsome-activite-health-watch/
Misfit partners with Swarovski to
for health trackers you’ll never hide under a shirt More: http://mashable.com/2015/01/05/misfit-swarovski-shine-fitness-trackers/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link
No, this patch won’t help
babies quit smoking, but it will constantly relay their temperature More: http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/04/blue-spark-debuts-wearable-baby-thermometer-and-app/
Could sensors such as Valedo’s
that come with training programs lessen need for costly surgery? More: http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/04/the-valedo-helps-you-train-back-pain-away/
The one BIG idea The
New York Times said it best: “The unofficial theme seemed to be: Put a sensor in it.”
What kinds of things are
they putting sensors in? More: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com//2015/01/05/from-the-start-sensors-rule-at-ces/?_r=0
It’s the CES of Things
“Obviously the Internet of Things is here: brands understand that every product a consumer interacts with is going to be connected to data. Everything is going to have sensors, and everything is going to be connected to the Internet.” - MRY CEO Matt Britton in Adweek More: http://www.adweek.com/sponsored-technology-trends-breaking-through-ces
The one BIG idea Remember
when soccer balls didn’t supply you with reams of performance data and your toys didn’t adapt to your mood? Adults as well as kids will start to experience the future of connected devices through play. Is there a way for your brand to be part of the fun?
UA Record, Under Armour’s social
network, connects fitness lovers with friends, plus stars like Gisele More: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/01/07/under-armour-incs-new-app-wants-to-put-your-fitnes.aspx
How to win all the
geek press: Sixsense releases motion-controlled virtual reality light saber More: http://www.theverge.com/2015/1/8/7511273/ces-2015-star-wars-virtual-reality-sixense-stem
The one BIG idea Along
with the shift to greener, zero-emission modes of transportation, cars and other new kinds of vehicles are getting smarter. That will present marketers with new kinds of media through which brands can reach consumers in transit.
Audi’s A7 self-drives 500 miles
to Vegas. Will it soon be safe to watch Jimmy Fallon while driving? More: http://www.wired.com/2015/01/rode-500-miles-self-driving-car-saw-future-boring/
Gesture control big at CES
and now permeating automobiles, such as in Volkswagen concept More: http://blog.caranddriver.com/volkswagen-goes-all-star-wars-on-a-golf-r-interior-for-rad-gesture-control-ces-concept/
Gogoro scooters backed by $150MM.
The next Tesla or the next Tucker? More: http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/05/after-raising-150-million-in-stealth-mode-what-the-heck-is-gogoro/
If people don’t go for
electric scooters, maybe smart roller skates will do the trick More: http://www.wired.com/2015/01/ces-gallery-day-2/?mbid=social_fb#slide-id-1694437
The one BIG idea The
coming impact of drones will be twofold: 1) It will open up new forms of photo and video production that were never before possible. Give your audience a new perspective. 2) The more distant future revolves around what drones can transport from place to place.
It’s a bird, a plane…
an Amazon Drone. This Prime Air test flight shows drones’ commercial potential. More: http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/04/blue-spark-debuts-wearable-baby-thermometer-and-app/
The one BIG idea While
3D printing is still costly and not quite simple enough for the mass market, brands such as Hershey and Martha Stewart are pursuing different kinds of partnerships that give them footholds in the future of this disruptive technology.
Makerbot adds touches of of
wood, metal, and stone to 3D printing More: http://www.fastcodesign.com/3040507/what-to-expect-from-3-d-printed-wood-metal-and-stone#5
In the future, we will
control race cars with our minds, and look kind of like this (be afraid… be very afraid)
Planning for CES 2035: Toshiba’s
Android robot may steal your job (for now, steals job of booth babes) More: http://mashable.com/2015/01/06/toshiba-robot-weird/
More great links about CES
(part 1) • CES Innovation Awards (Consumer Electronics Association) • These Smart-Home Products are Actually Smart to Buy (BloombergBusinessweek) • Dylan’s Desk: The Best of CES, from Selfie Sticks to Smoke Alarms (VentureBeat) • CES 2015: The Coolest Tech You Have to See (USA Today) • Your Future Kitchen Knows When Food is Spoiling, Tells You What to Make for Dinner (Mashable) • What CMOs are Talking about at CES: Four Major Trends (Bob Lord column in Ad Age) • CES: Everything Old is New Again (a history lesson from NY Times)
More great links about CES
(part 2) • This is the Unofficial Brothel of CES (not totally safe for work, but it is a great case study in community management in a heavily regulated industry, courtesy of Nellie Bowles at re/code) • CES 2015: Cutting Through the Hype, Part 1 and Part 2 (Future Foundation) • CES 2015: Connected Devices That Help Us See More Effectively (Frank Durrell of Starcom MediaVest Group in M&M Global) • 6 Things I Learned from Riding in a Google Self-Driving Car (The Oatmeal) • The Top 11 Tech Trends of CES (VentureBeat) • Is 2015 the Year of the Smart Home? (CEA)
See what else we’ve said
about CES 2015 • The Future of CES Belongs to Marketers (David Berkowitz column in Ad Age) • Live Blog: The CES Panel on Video Advertising (Danny Sullivan coverage of Berkowitz’s panel in Marketing Land) • CES is Shaping up to be the Next Cannes (Adweek quotes Berkowitz) • The Technology and Trends Breaking Through CES This Year (CEO Matt Britton featured in Adweek video) • A Second CES for Marketers Rises from the Shadows (Berkowitz writes about Shadow CES for LinkedIn) • Sneakers, Bling, and Chocolate Steal CES Spotlight: 5 Brands That Outshone Electronics and Tech Companies (Berkowitz byline in Ad Age) Features on MRY’s blog: • 2015: The Year of the Smartwatch? • The Future of Automobiles is Now at CES • Cyber Security in a Connected World • Hospitality in 2015 and Beyond