Samsung to focus on smart home ecosystem at CES 2023

The South Korean tech firm announced the dates for its next Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2023) a few days ago. As per this announcement, the company will host the event on January 4th, 2023, at the Mandalay Bay Ballroom, Las Vegas, Clark. Let us tell you that after the Covid-19 Pandemic, this event will be held offline for the first time. For information, the theme for CES 2023 also has been decided by the company. They also have announced that this year’s theme for the event is “Bringing Calm to Our Connected World.”

Earlier today, the CEO of Samsung’s DX division, JH Han has, written an editorial that details what the manufacturer is planning to bring to its smart home ecosystem and what we can expect Samsung to announce at its CES 2023 keynote. He further added those rapid changes in the world leads the global economy to indecisiveness. By looking at this issue, the company is planning to fetch more eco-friendly and beneficial products with the help of its innovative ideas and technologies. They are recently concentrating on the creation of endurable innovations.

According to Sammobile, the South Korean firm is about to unwrap a new extended SmartThings experience. With its help, the integration of Smart Home will also become easy. They are also searching for easier methods to add new appliances to Smart Home. For sure, the company is trying every possible effort for a positive change in the environment. In order to protect it and make it a safer place, they are landing numerous innovative and great ideas, such as using discarded fishing nets in the manufacturing of some components.

Additionally, they also brought ultra-low-power-semiconductors and some energy-saver products, which will help to reduce the energy consumption rate. Not even with the ideas, Samsung also joins its hands to work with Asia Clean Energy Coalition (ACEC) and various NGOs. It will help to raise the use of renewable energy sources in all Asian production facilities of it. Samsung also joined the Semiconductor Climate Consortium (SCC) during the COP27 UN Climate Change Conference. They are aiming to reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions and support green technology startups.

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