Intel will have a presence with RealSense at CES 2020. They are holding a networking event. Their event information says:
"Intel RealSense technology will be attending and showcasing our latest, cutting edge technology. Join us on the 7th of January, 2020 at our first annual networking reception at CES! Enjoy a fun evening of drinks, appetizers and an exclusive look into what’s new for 2020 in our private, hospitality suite at The Palazzo in the Venetian. Space is limited so please RSVP today to reserve your spot!"
If you would like to attend this event, you can RSVP at the link below.
I have no information on whether Intel will have RealSense displays at their booth. An overview of Intel's CES 2020 plans can be found at their Newsroom press page.
I would imagine that the reception will be mainly showing the new RealSense L515 lidar camera being shipped in April 2020.
Intel are projecting that the 400 Series depth cameras will continue to be viable through 2021, so they will probably have something to show for that range too.
Was really hoping to see the new camera. Would be interested in picking one up but want to talk to someone there.
Can someone tell me if it will be on the show floor in a booth?
The L515 does not ship until the week of April 27 so would not be available to purchase before then.
Intel's show-floor and keynote speech focus this year seems to be on AI and on autonomous vehicles, which is probably why the RealSense department chose to have a special event elsewhere. I do not have a contact name for any of the RealSense team members who are at CES doing the reception event, unfortunately.
The RealSense Facebook posted a couple of photos recently that illustrate the camera in a real-world setting like the one that might be shown at the reception event.
I will be there Wednesday and Thursday and would really like to touch base with someone and see the unit. You mentioned this year is about autonomous vehicles, will they be in a booth other than the main Intel CES booth? The CES exhibitors descriptions for Intel are not descriptive enough for me. Saw Mobileye there last year. Is that what they are talking about? Anyway still interested in that camera. Thanks. Looks like the RGB sensor in the camera is aligned to the Lidar. 27 foot distance max is limiting for any outdoor use. Was wondering if that was on the agenda.
It looks as though the main Intel Corporation booth is around booth 4801 on level 4 of the Venetian, and Mobileye have their own booth at CES this year, separate from the main Intel one, at the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall (Booth #7506).
The L515 is primarily suited to indoor use or in controlled light conditions. Someone may come up with a way to make it work well outdoors, but I cannot guarantee that this will be available by the time that the camera launches. It will support 99% of the RealSense SDK's features out of the box at launch though, according to Intel's RealSense SDK Manager.
The first edition of the technical data sheet document for the L515, which is currently 25 pages long, is available at the link below.
In regard to contact details for a RealSense member who is at CES, the best option may be to post a question on the RealSense GitHub site by visiting the link below and clicking the New Issue button. I cannot guarantee you will get a reply in time for your CES visit, but it is your best chance.