Brunswick video highlights its CES experience

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Brunswick’s CES display drew positive response from visitors.

Brunswick’s CES display drew positive response from visitors.

Brunswick Corp. exhibited for the first time at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company introduced the Sea Ray SLX-R 400e with the Fathom e-Power system, which features a concept helm with an enhanced interface that incorporates gesture and voice recognition.

A video captured the response to Brunswick’s display at CES.

“The response to our exhibit was incredible,” CEO David Foulkes said in a statement. “Throughout the show, we had waves of visitors from around the world who were just blown away by our suite of new technologies. CES 2020 was another major demonstration of Brunswick’s commitment to using technology and new business models to redefine the marine consumer experience.

“We knew that CES would showcase Brunswick’s capabilities on a global stage,” Foulkes added. “The Brunswick team is excited about our participation at CES, and we are already looking forward to demonstrating our rapidly evolving technologies and capabilities again next year.”


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