Keolis at CES Las Vegas 2017: a human touch at the heart of future mobility
Keolis at the heart of the world’s largest display of consumer electronics
From the 5th-8th January, in partnership with NAVYA, the Group will present some of its latest innovations in the digital and new mobility domains at the Las Vegas hi-tech trade fair, the world’s largest gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. For their CES debut, Keolis and NAVYA will be giving visitors the chance to try out their automated electric vehicle, ARMA. ARMA has been in operation in Lyon since September 2016, and is the first public transport vehicle that is driverless and 100% electric. Keolis will also be presenting the Group’s vision for future mobility, putting a human focus at the heart of innovation by creating digital solutions that are specially designed for passengers and employees.
CES 2017 marks an opportunity for the Group to show that it is not only a transport operator, but also the ideal partner to accompany cities in their current and future mobility projects.
For Keolis, the trade fair is also an opportunity to highlight the value of their public transport expertise for the North American market, notably in Las Vegas, where the Group manages a large part of the network, including along the famous boulevard of hotels and casinos. Keolis’ subsidiary, Keolis Transit America, also operates buses, transport for people with reduced mobility, airport shuttles and school transport in California, Florida and Nevada. The Group is also present in Boston (suburban trains), Washington, Las Vegas (bus network), and Canada (intercity buses and a forthcoming tramway).
businesses, large groups and start-ups present.
accredited visitors from 165 different countries
The Las Vegas Consumer Electronic Show
Running for the past 50 years in Las Vegas, the CES is the largest display of innovations in the consumer electronics domain, with technology including telecoms, health devices, videos, automobiles, connected objects, 3D printing, household devices, security, transport and drones. With its unmissable display of innovations in products or services, this yearly trade fair provides an opportunity to discover prototypes of hi-tech products that will have an impact on our daily lives in years to come. In previous years, it was the CES that introduced us to the first video recorders, CDs, DVDs, smartphones, tablets, drones and connected objects.