The use of new technologies has always driven many of the major investments undertaken by large financial institutions, such as Brazilian banking company BMG. In response to the fast changing area of technology that investment specialists are facing, BMG’s Marcio Alaor took time out of his busy schedule to examine the latest technological offerings of specialist companies at the Las Vegas based Consumer Electronics Show 2016, Exame reports.
Alaor was impressed with a wide range of technology areas that made this exhibition a must see for Alaor and his fellow global investors, Alaor has a history of leading BMG into some of the most impressive areas of technological advances in recent years.
Marcio Alaor has been a major source of inspiration for BMG over the course of his period with the bank, which is based in his home town of Bole Horizante, Marcio Alaor reports. Through his own blog the banking executive has become an outspoken expert in the use of technology for the improvement of everyday life, including the use of streaming technologies and drones as a major aspect of the improvements made in modern life.
Alaor believes streaming services are an important investment for many to examine if they are looking for a sound technological investment.
Advances in streaming did not feature heavily in the offerings at CES 2016, but the drone technology Marcio Alaor has been championing did; Alaor believes drones will become an even more important aspect of everyday life than they ever have before in the coming years.
The latest drone technology sees seating added to existing technology to allow individuals the chance to program their flight plan for the drone before riding in the aircraft in comfort.
Marcio Alaor has been a major supporter of many of the largest automotive companies in the world over the course of his career with BMG, which has seen him lead an investment in Ford and General Motors.
At the Las Vegas based exhibition Marcio Alaor reports Ford made a decision to invest in a number of hybrid and electric cars that will debut on the market by 2020; other major auto manufacturers, including VW, also unveiled prototypes of their own versions of the electric or hybrid vehicle.