Marcio Alaor has been a leader for the BMG bank for a number of years, but recently took time out of his busy schedule to examine the latest technology being unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 in Las Vegas, Exame reports.
Marcio Alaor has been at the forefront of new technologies throughout his career with BMG which includes his investing in the auto production arms of Ford and General Motors, according to Wikipedia. Alaor has played an integral part in the growth of the BMG brand through the major investment in soccer sponsorship that has been undertaken in the 21st century.
The visit to the CES 2016 expo of Marcio Alaor was designed to make sure the financial executive remains up to date on the areas of technology that will be of increased importance for investors in the coming years. Alaor has seen the importance of the auto industry to the economy of Brazil and the success of BMG for the future; at CES 2016 Alaor reported being impressed with the huge number of electric cars that will be put into production to rival the Chevrolet Bolt for 2017.
Marcio Alaor is always looking for the best in new technologies that he believes could be a major success for the future, including the latest in drone technology that could grab the attention of the public. Drones available to the general public have until now been limited to small sizes that do not allow passengers to travel, but this looks to change with the unveiling of a new drone featuring a passenger seat at the exhibition.
With what News School Magazine gathered, In recent years, the rise of smart home technology has seen mobile device access to thermostats and much more make the control of any home as simple as possible to complete.
Marcio Alaor explained how impressed he was with the latest technology revealed at the CES 2016 exhibition that took smart home technology to a new level by placing grocery store purchases out of the hands of the individual. Wireless Internet enabled refrigerators were shown at the Las Vegas based exhibition that emailed a photo to the interior of the refrigerator to a grocery store to make sure essential items are always stocked.