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CES 2020

This year at CES, we helped innovators learn more about how to introduce their products and technological advances into the global marketplace.

With over 175,000 attendees each year, CES is the world's gathering place for those ready to discover new innovations in consumer technology. Breakthrough technologies are brought to a global stage where next-generation products are introduced to the marketplace.  Take a look at some of the panels UL participated in.

CES Recap

Did you miss us at CES 2020? Find out how we are helping leading brands innovate and safely moving their innovations into the marketplace.  While CES 2020 may be over, we are still here for you.

Incorporating Secure Development Lifecycle into Product Design

With billions of connected devices, software vulnerabilities have greatly increased the cyber attack surface. Mitigating risk by incorporating SDL capabilities is crucial for IoT products. Cybersecurity experts discuss best practices for integrating SDL into connected products and communicating marketplace trust.

Integrating Sustainability Thinking Into New Product Design

Designing, sourcing and manufacturing sustainable products speaks to not only the efficiencies of a company's supply chain, but also to its commitment to environmental stewardship. Leading brands and organizations discuss how they integrate sustainability into innovation.

Healthcare Value Chain in Medical Device Consumerization

New technologies are helping to drive the consumerization of medical devices. Hear how component vendors, medical device manufactures, system integrators, clinicians, and even patients are addressing usability, safety, cybersecurity and interoperability in entirely new ways.

AV Technology and Public Trust

On January 9, 2020 at CES, functional safety experts discussed how we define the process of evaluation, how to measure safety and what it will take to build the public’s trust in autonomous vehicle technology.  

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