International CES 2015
January 6-9, 2015
Las Vegas, NV (variety of locations across the city)
Known as the “tech fest to end all tech fests”, the 2015 International CES show has been split into 3 areas;
Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), the Westgate Las Vegas (Westgate) and the Renaissance Las Vegas (Renaissance)
Exhibitors at Tech East will include audio, gaming, digital imaging and automotive electronics manufacturers from around the world, showcasing innovations including vehicle intelligence, wireless services and electronic gaming in all their glory.
Tech East will also include the CEA Center and Gary’s Book Club showcase. Constant transport between Tech East and Tech West will be provided.
Sands Expo (Sands), The Venetian, The Palazzo, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn (Wynn/Encore)
Tech West is the area for press, industry analysts, buyers, distributors and key decision makes to be. Revolutions in high growth technologies will be showcased in this area, including information on the Internet of Things and tomorrow’s industry!
Tech West will feature the Innovation Awards Showcase, a hands on display featuring the CES Innovation Awards Honorees and allowing consumers to experience the products that have made this exclusive list firsthand.
Constant transport between Tech East and Tech West will be provided.
The official area for creative communications, CES C Space area allows advertising agencies, social networks, brand marketers and digital publishers to come together to discuss content, creativity and the consumer market, and how these work cohesively as part of the CES universe
C Space will be the location for all CES Conference sessions throughout the event, access to which is made possible via your attendee badge. Conferences to be held include headliners from Twitter, Yahoo and Google.
Bett Show 2015
January 21-24, 2015
Free to attend, the Bett show allows for the showcase of the world’s most inspired developments in the education technology landscape, including 3D displays and hardware, cameras, AV technologies and digital media.
2 Bett Summits will be held this year; School Leaders Summit and Technology in Higher Education Summit. Both of these will be engineered to allow you to make the most of new strategies and adaptions to working with technology within the education sphere.
Bett Seminars & Learn Live Theatres
Seminars will be held both at the Bett Arena and across the show as Learn Live Theatres. Keynote seminar speakers include:
• Sir Ken Robinson – Education Visionary
• Jimmy Wales – Founder of Wikipedia
• Rt Hon Nicky Morgan – Secretary of Education, UK
Focused around practical learning, key Learn Live Theatre speakers include:
• Gary King – Assistant Principal at Tavistock College
• Christian Nielsen – Teacher and holds Masters Degree in ICT and Learning
• Kirsty Tonks – E-Learning and Teaching School Director at Shireland Collegiate Academy
Top themes for Learn Live include:
• Launching Digital Leaders in Schools
• Bringing the “real world” into learning
• Implementing the SEND code of practice