Continental is showcasing its advances in mobility during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Jan. 9-12 at its booth #6106. Displays throughout the exhibit will demonstrate the importance of innovation in the fields of automation, electrification and connectivity, the company said.
“Mobility is changing the way people live, work and interact with vehicles,” said Elmar Degenhart, CEO of Continental. “Through strategic inventiveness and partnerships in the fields of automation, electrification and connectivity, we will continue to pioneer safe, clean, connected and affordable solutions that meet the needs of our customers and the end-user. At CES, our latest technologies will be on display so attendees can experience first-hand how Continental is moving mobility forward.”
Some connected car solutions on display will include Continental’s ContiSense and ContiAdapt. These concepts use tire sensors to measure tread depth and temperature, with ContiSense alerting drivers to tire damage through data transmission and electrically conductive rubber. ContiAdapt adjusts tire pressure and rim width to adapt to wet, uneven, slippery and normal road conditions.
Other technology being displayed at Continental’s both will include charging stations for electronic cars, the company’s Key as a Service mobility services platform, and automated driving advancements.