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Samsung CEO BK Yoon’s Internet of Things Keynote at CES 2015 (Full Transcript)

Samsung CEO BK Yoon at CES 2015

At this year’s CES 2015 in Las Vegas, on January 6, 2015, Samsung’s CEO and President BK Yoon delivered his opening keynote about the Internet Of Things. Below is the full transcript of the address.

Speakers:

Gary Shapiro – President and CEO, Consumer Electronics Association

BK Yoon – President and CEO, Consumer Electronics, Samsung

Jeremy Rifkin – President, The Foundation on Economic Trends

Alex Hawkinson – CEO, SmartThings

Hossain Rahman – CEO, Jawbone

Elmar Frickenstein – Senior Vice President, BMW Group

 

Listen to the MP3 Audio here: CES 2015 Opening Keynote by BK Yoon (Full Version)

 

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the President and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, Gary Shapiro.

Gary Shapiro – President and CEO, Consumer Electronics Association

Good evening and Happy New Year! Welcome to the Pre-Show Keynote for the 2015 International CES.

Now as you know, CES is the world’s premier innovation event and actually this year, it’s poised to shatter some records. There will be more than 2.2 million net square feet of exhibit space, over 3600 innovative companies, including 375 startups in a very popular Eureka Park. Indeed, the entire tech ecosystem is here across 20 product categories, nearly 300 conference sessions on new technologies and business models. You will see everything from the Internet of Everything to 4K Ultra HD, sensors, wearable technologies, cybersecurity, 3D printing and more. And of course, we have an exceptional lineup of top executives giving CES keynotes, including Mercedes-Benz’s Dr. Dieter Zetsche tonight, Ford’s Mark Fields, Intel’s Brian Krzanich and top executives on the mobile, technology innovators and brand matters panels. And from Washington, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler will also be here on Wednesday to share his vision on crucial technology policy issues.

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