Segment 1

Victor Melfi Jr., chief strategy officer, VoiceBox

Victor Melfi Jr., chief strategy officer, VoiceBox, says brand-sensitive people want to use technology to differentiate their product. He says a company like CostCo should be concerned that people are using their voice to buy products with Alexa.
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Segment 2

Travis Beaven, chief product officer, Xevo

Travis Beaven, chief product officer, Xevo, says in the past the automotive presence was tiny at CES, and now it has almost dominated the show. He explains tomorrow is here, and all of these opportunities are here to do things with and provide value back to the driver.
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Segment 3

Travis Beaven, chief product officer, Xevo

Travis Beaven, chief product officer, Xevo, says security and safety both are two big pillars in the connected car. He explains we have seen with the mobile phone becoming easier to text, and it is something that people need to remember because as you put more into the car, you get more services. He says we are bringing more experiences into the car, and we need to think about how this is going to transform the driving experience.
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Segment 4

Daniel Cooley, senior vice president and general manager, Silicon Labs

Daniel Cooley, senior vice president and general manager, Silicon Labs, says there will be two big things in 2017 including gateways and maturing ecosystems. He explains the company is baking a lot of the products at Silicon Labs and it is building modules that have the ability to become one protocol or another with software configurability.
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