CES Hours, Show Floors & Events

Calling all developers, designers, and producers, the long-awaited CES takes place tomorrow, from June 7 to June 9. Here is a breakdown of what to expect during the likely chaotic exhibition. 

Hours

Note that exhibit floor hours are different depending on which day you visit.

  • June 7, Wednesday: 9am to 5pm (B2B)
  • June 8, Thursday: 9am to 5pm (B2B)
  • June 9, Friday: 9am to 3pm (Open for B2C)


Show Floor

SNIEC, Hall N4

This hall will be dedicated to the Startup Park which will feature emerging technologies from more than 80 startups worldwide, including Mainland China, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Poland, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States.

Leading VCs will be La French Tech, KNU Startup & Entrepreneurship Foundation and Shenzhen Valley Ventures.

There will also be a Startup Park Stage which will hold programs such as Pitch Competitions and startup presentations for all three days of the exhibition. Check out the Startup Park Stage event schedule for more information.

SNIEC, Hall N1, N3 & N5

These exhibitions are outdoors and will feature vehicle technologies. Expect to see mindblowing automated driving technology from leading companies such as BMW and Baidu's Intelligent Driving Group. 

SNIEC, Hall N5

On the inside, there will be a N5 Stage presented by Living in Digital Times. There will be three days of programs focusing on drones, health, robotics, and wearables taking form in awards and product demos. Check the event schedule for more information.

SNIEC, Hall N4

Named the CES Asia 2017 Innovative Awards Showcase, this hall will be honored to creative designs and engineering across many product categories. Elite judges will evaluated exhibited products and select honorees based on a list of creative criterias.

Download the Category Location Map to save you time from venturing through the massive show floor blindly.

Events

It wouldn't be CES without industry pioneers offering insight and tips. This year's keynote and conference sessions will feature wearables, vehicle technologies, entertainment, Internet of Things, and information on Asia's ever-growing markets.

Keynotes are free for everyone registered with CES Asia, but the conference program will need to be purchased as part of a conference pass. Conference passes are available for all three days at 2,500 (RMB) for a single day  at 1,500 (RMB). If you haven't gotten your pass and want to do so, you can still purchase it by registering here.

For full details on CES such as exhibitors, media, and news, head on over to the their website to brace yourself for three full days of tech overload.