The annual IFA consumer electronics and home appliance trade show will take place in Berlin Sept 4 through 9. The show, which attracts trade visitors from more than 100 countries, provides an overview of new products and trends in all segments of the consumer electronics industry. Several automakers have in recent years shown new infotainment Read More..
The annual IFA consumer electronics fair will take place in Berlin September 5 – 10, amid expectations that several top executives from the globalÂ auto industry will, again, be presented at the consumer electronics event. Details of conference programs were unavailable, but last year, then-Ford CEO Alan Mulally was one of the keynote speakers at IFA. Read More..
BERLIN — Ford will bring more high-tech features to its cars as the US automaker adapts to the changing needs of the car buyer, CEO Alan Mulally said Friday. In a keynote address at the IFA consumer electronics show here, Mulally stressed that Â Ford is more than a car company. “We also are a technology Read More..
The annual IFA consumer electronics show starts in Berlin Sept 4. The show, one of the biggest in the world, is used by many electronics companies to present new products. Its focus isÂ on digital products such as smart TVs, tablet computers, smartphones and networked home appliances. This year, Ford CEO Alan Mulally will deliver a Read More..
Ford CEO Alan Mulally, underlining the growing importance of consumer electronics for the auto industry, will deliver a keynote address at the IFA trade show in Berlin September 6. IFA, which is one of the world’s biggest consumer electronics and home appliances gatherings, will kick off September 4 with a press day. The show runs Read More..
The IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics trade fair, will take place in Berlin August 29 through Sept 5. The annual event will focus on key digital lifestyle products such as smart TVs, tablets and smartphones. The displays will also include IT-enabled household products such as high-end coffee machines. As a showcase for the digital Read More..
The increasing sophistication of automotive IT systems is changing traditional patterns in car retailing, according to a German study. Driver assistance and communication systems that are set to become standard in all cars already are transmitting a broad range of information about driving patterns, driving habits and other vehicle usage statistics. These transmissions don’t go Read More..