One is an automotive aftermarket parts group, the other represents the latest in cutting-edge high-tech electronics. They are as different as a robotically driven autonomous vehicle and a blown pony car.
Their differences extend not only to the products they display, but to their approaches to the current COVID-19 pandemic. SEMA’s going ahead with business not-quite-as-usual for its annual convention November 3-6, with attendees present and circulating in the three huge halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. CES organizers, meanwhile, announced yesterday they’re going all-digital for their upcoming show January 6-9.
“The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) is reimagining how to connect exhibitors, customers, thought leaders and media from around the world while prioritizing health and safety. We are excited to share that CES 2021 will be an all-digital experience,” CES said in a statement. “With the growing global