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Microsoft Automotive, Mobility and Transportation at CES 2022

Taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, the 2022 edition of CES will bring together the world’s technology brands at what is one of the biggest and most influential events in the world. The show has become a fixture for the global automotive community, with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and major tier-one suppliers among the many companies that prioritise the exhibition to display their latest innovations.

Among the objectives for this year’s conference will be to empower the sustainable automotive ecosystem to create unique mobility services and differentiated customer experiences in the movement of people and goods. Microsoft will be aligning closely to this goal by hosting a booth at the influential event, demonstrating how its own solutions and those of partners will enable customer innovation and shape a sustainable future for the automotive, mobility and transportation industry.

Set against the backdrop of an industry that is transforming as vehicles become electric, connected and increasingly data-driven, Microsoft will showcase how its technologies will help customers move towards a future in which autonomous vehicles and shared mobility services change the way people move. Technology Record finds out more.

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