The first-ever All-Digital International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021 is in full-swing to showcase futuristic devices to the world. On the second day, few companies have announced some futuristic devices to enhance global tech-industry.
Drone delivering: Skyward, A Verizon company, and UPS Flight Forward announced collaborative efforts to deliver retail products with drones connected to Verizon 4G LTE, as well as 5G testing and integration for delivery. The companies aim to deliver retail products via connected drones at The Villages in Florida. “We will need the ability to manage and support multiple drones, flying simultaneously, dispatched from a centralized location, operating in a secure and safe environment. To do this at scale, alongside Verizon and Skyward, we’ll need the power of 5G,” said Carol B. Tomé, CEO of UPS.
The future of 3D camera technology: Orbbec, a leading global 3D camera provider, is showcasing the future of 3D camera technologyincluding four new products that dramatically extend the uses of 3D imaging for a wide range of environmental requirements, such as temperature and lighting conditions from sunlight to darkness. Orbbec’s new 3D products allow OEMs, academics, and enthusiasts to apply 3D imaging to a new world of applications. “Innovations in 3D imaging, combined with broader advances like 5G, artificial intelligence and ultra-fast processors, are transforming the application landscape for designers and engineers,” said David Chen, Co-Founder and CEO at Orbbec.