When gadget lovers convene in Las Vegas from Jan. 8-12, the attendees of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will have the option to consult the displays for transportation options.
The downtown D.C. company said it is the “official transportation partner of CES.” In practice, that means there will be 10 displays throughout the tradeshow. That means there will be five large displays and three tablets split between the Las Vegas Convention Center and Sands Expo.
— TransitScreen (@TransitScreen) January 4, 2018
Panasonic will also have a pair at its booth now that the two companies are partners on smart city projects.
It’s not just for display, as the screens will offer live wait times on shuttles, monorail, public transit and other ways of moving about the tech conference. TransitScreen’s data is also being integrated into the CES app. It’s also available via web beacons.
And since TransitScreen has a new product, that’s also available. Attendees will be able to take the measure of how transit-friendly their hotels and AirBnBs are using MobilityScore, which the company launched last year.
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