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EV and Vehicle Tech Highlights from CES 2024

Our man on the ground filed this report from CES 2024, where mobility was front and center.

Jake Hertz

January 17, 2024

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has long been the center of the technology universe. Since its inception in 1967, it has been the place for industry giants and startups alike to showcase the next major innovations that have eventually defined our society. CES was a launching pad for breakthroughs like the VCR in 1970, the CD player in 1981, and DVD technology in the 1990s. In the 2000s, the show witnessed the emergence of high-definition TVs and, later, the introduction of OLED displays. The last decade has been marked by the rise of smart home technology and AI-driven devices, signaling a shift towards more interconnected and intelligent consumer electronics.

In recent years, seemingly no market has seen a greater influx of technology than the automotive industry, which has been catalyzed by a combination of electric vehicle development and an aspiration toward self-driving vehicles. The result is that CES 2024 was chock full of automotive technology, ranging from flying vehicles to the re-emergence of long-lost EV models.

I had the chance to visit CES 2024 this year and take in the best of what the automotive industry had to offer. The following are some of the most noteworthy developments in EV and vehicle technology from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.

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About the Author(s)

Jake Hertz

Jake Hertz is an Electrical Engineer, Technical Writer, and Public Relations Specialist. After he received his M.S. and B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Rochester, he spent three years working as an Electrical Engineer at MakerBot Industries. 

As a writer, Jake is well known for his frequent contributions to various engineering websites, where he has garnered readership in the tens of thousands. Through his business, NanoHertz Solutions, Jake works with cutting-edge companies in the hardware and semiconductor space to build industry buzz and awareness through Public Relations and Technical Writing services.

As an engineer, Jake now works with numerous startups to help develop their hardware products. He is also a Co-Founder of Origin Labs, a NYC-based design firm for tech startups in the hardware space.

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