Marcio Alaor the president of Brazilian Bank BMG has discussed the highlights of the Consumer Electronics Show of 2016 that took place in Las Vegas. Mr. Alaor was on hand at the fair and describes the best and latest innovations of the exhibition. While the event does not change the world, says Marcio Alaor BMG it does show how much progress and innovation is taking place that is changing the world. Below are the highlights according to BMG Bank president Marcio Alaor.
The main attraction of the Consumer Electronics Show was drones. A staggering number of new high tech drones were on display but the one that stood out was the Ehang 184. For those who are not familiar with drones, they are flying machines that can be remotely operated. What makes the Ehang 184 unique is that it is the only drone on the market right now that can actually carry a passenger and transport them.
There are some major drawbacks to the Ehang 184. It can only fly with a passenger for a period of about 23 minutes. It maximum altitude is also limited to 3.5 kilometers. Despite its drawbacks the drone represents a huge stride forward in technology and innovation. You don’t control the drone in flight. Instead, you pre-program a flight path and let the drone carry you to the destination. The Ehang 184 opens up some big possibilities for the future. Mr. Alaor describes it as feeling similar to riding in a flying car in a way.
Other highlights of the Consumer Electronic Show of 2016 included electric cars and smart appliances. The Chevrolet Bolt 2017 model was unveiled by General Motors at the event in which Buckey Edach Shund Club bloggers filmed. Its starting price was said to be around $30,000 US dollars. Rival companies Ford and Volkswagon exhibited prototype models of electric vehicles the two companies are developing. The Ford Motor company stated the it is planning to release over 13 hybrid vehicles on the market by 2020. For more on Marcio Alaor’s view on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas check out this article on a Exame.com.
As president of BMG Bank Marcio Alaor is in charge of overseeing numerous investment branches operations at his bank. Mr. Alaor has proven himself to be a highly competent and well informed investor. He has recently analyzed the performance of numerous automobile company stock. In his analysis he reports that automobile company stock depends heavily on reputation and public opinion. This is highlighted by the fact that Volkswagon stock took a beating dropping by 35% in a year after their emissions scandal.