Technology firms make big impact at CES

The presence of Chinese technology companies at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show, which concluded on Friday in Las Vegas, has demonstrated China's latest breakthroughs in high technology and its growing independent innovation capacities, experts said.

The integration of artificial intelligence with a wide range of hardware devices is fueling the evolution of the global consumer electronics industry, they added.

During the world's largest consumer tech show, over 1,100 Chinese enterprises, more than double the number of attendees last year, unveiled an array of cutting-edge technologies and products including new-generation semiconductor displays, AI, robotics, autonomous driving and augmented reality.

Chinese consumer electronics firm TCL showcased the world's largest quantum dot mini LED TV with a 115-inch screen, AI-powered tablets, AR goggles, vehicle-mounted displays and a smart cockpit.

BOE Technology Group, a major Chinese display panel manufacturer, rolled out a slew of new products such as a flexible organic light-emitting diode or OLED display, a transparent display panel, a 4K mini LED curved display and a 45-inch 8K borderless cockpit screen equipped in automaker Geely's new electric vehicle, the Galaxy E8.

Dreame Technology presented its multiple innovative robotic products, such as robotic vacuum cleaners and robotic mowers.

Robotics technology company Segway-Ninebot showcased a range of robots designed for specific tasks, such as food delivery robots used in restaurants and hotel service robots, as well as an AI-powered smart lawn mower.

Zhu Keli, founding director of the China Institute of New Economy, said that by participating in the world's premier tech show that gathered top-notch consumer electronics companies and innovative forces, Chinese tech companies can boost brand awareness and influence globally, and let overseas consumers learn about their technological prowess and innovation capabilities in emerging technologies.

According to a report released by market research company GfK, with the meteoric rise of generative AI technology, it is clear that the application scenarios of AI are expanding from personal computers to more intelligent hardware, including smartphones, smart speakers and smart home devices.

Hong Yong, a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation's e-commerce research institute, said Chinese tech companies are at the forefront of technological innovation, and are making remarkable breakthroughs in cutting-edge technologies, which will help boost their own competitiveness on the global stage and drive the transformation from "Made in China" to "Created in China".

China's innovations in the autonomous driving and e-bike sectors also grabbed global attention. Self-driving startup WeRide launched its autonomous minibus, while Aima, one of China's biggest e-bike makers, made its CES debut this year and showcased its diverse range of products, including electric bikes.

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