Panasonic’s CES showcase wants to highlight immersive experiences in the new decade
Panasonic is now looking towards building augmented, virtual and gaming experiences for future audiences.
Panasonic showcased several of its new platforms and technologies that the company will pursue in the new decade.
CIRRUS by Panasonic, a connected vehicle data platform that can improve safety and mobility on the road by sharing data between vehicles, infrastructure, roadways and traffic operators in real time was on the spotlight.
The platform provides cloud analytics data processing, real-time analysis and transmission, and data storage capabilities for sharing and updating vehicles and municipalities with road conditions, operations and other safety information.
Panasonic also introduced two Tropos electric compact utility vehicles (eCUVs) concept trucks: an emergency fire truck and a refrigeration cargo truck integrated with Hussmann by Panasonic products and solutions. Also, on display is the WHILL Next, an electric wheelchair with passenger assisted robotic technology for safe and comfortable movement indoors.
The company’s state-of-the-art 3D inflight map application brought a range of new capabilities and is inspired by the latest design thinking of digital and gaming experiences. The Arc Inflight Map Platform leverages the high viewership of inflight moving maps with an omnichannel approach and is the industry's first personalized map.
The company also unveiled forward-looking concepts under exploration in its effort to bring technologies enjoyed by gaming enthusiasts at home to the air, as well as a collection of care and comfort technologies.
Panasonic unveiled the world's first HDR capable UHD virtual reality eyeglasses. Panasonic unveiled its new high-speed projection mapping technology, a game-changer in delivering next-generation visual experience for sporting and entertainment events.
Intelligent Living Spaces
Panasonic revealed its vision for the intelligent home technology with HomeX its advanced analytics and learning algorithms platform that enables appliances, electronics and services to adjust to be more personalized to accommodate and anticipate user needs.
Also showcased were:
Connected Homeware, developed to meet the need for an integrated, personalized home experience; a new Activity Sensing Technology that predicts users behaviour to enable more comfort and personalization for the home;
Home Cybersecurity, a cybersecurity solution that protects IoT devices in the local network by countering malicious control commands;
Human Insight Technology, which can provide data to make recommendations to improve the individual’s experience at home, in their place of business or in public spaces; and, HomeHawk FLOOR, an ingeniously designed camera system for smart, discreet and reliable home monitoring.
Panasonic also presented its eBike, which has been granted the industry’s first Safety Standard Certification by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the not-for-profit safety standards development organization and leading safety science company.
Panasonic also unveiled three of the industry’s smallest and lightest 4K 60p camcorders; the LUMIX S1H, a Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera.
Also revealed were the RZ-S500W True wireless headphones, the Technics EAH-AZ70W True Wireless Headphones, which combine Dual Hybrid Noise Cancelling Technology, the M series wireless over-ear headphones, the HZ2000 OLED TV and the SC-HTB01 Gaming Speaker