Intel features their Wireless technology and Internet of Things devices at CES Asia 2015

May 27, 2015: During a key note address at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Asia 2015 in China, Intel chief pitches their company's wireless technology and Internet of Things devices.
In his statement, Intel general manager Kirk Skaugen said that the world is moving towards a situation where "everything that consumes electricity computes and communicates." He further adds, "the future is really hurtling towards us," and explains that within a decade "there will be about 50 billion connected devices in the world: improving our lives, our health, saving time and making us safer, as well as many unimagined benefits."

The California based company identified the core area which they believes lead to widespread adoption of the Internet of Things: Wireless Technology. On an average each person today carries around six wires for their devices, claims Intel chief.

To makes lives easier and the world wire-free, Intel adopted Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP)'s magnetic resonance standard, which allows power to transmit through several centimeter of otherwise non-conductive material like wood & plastic, enabling creation of furniture or surfaces which can double as wireless chargers. To develop this wireless technology, Intel to partner with Chinese home appliances firm Haier.

Intel also demonstrated their RealSense camera technology, which uses human face as password for computer security, interfaces (waving a hand or making a gesture, similar to Microsoft Kinect recognition technique), and 3D modelling (scanning people, objects, rooms to build interactive computer model of them).

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