Recognizing Visionary Inventors at CES

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Recognizing Visionary Inventors at CES

The National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF) is proud to have attended this year’s CES — the Global Stage for Innovation.

Announcing this year’s NIHF Inductees

Watch our announcement and join us in recognizing each of the groundbreaking U.S. patent holders who will be inducted this May.

Learning from accomplished inventors

Not only did we announce our 2019 NIHF Inductees, but we also hosted an inspiring conversation with exceptional inventors on the Engadget Stage.

Our speakers included 2011 NIHF Inductee and digital camera inventor Steve Sasson, 2019 Inductee Bill Warner and 2018 Collegiate Inventors Competition Graduate Gold Winner Nicole Black.

Celebrating American innovation

Along with all the excitement on the Engadget Stage, NIHF also made a memorable statement at Sands Booth 51510, where we’ve displayed our split-model Ford Mustang. By merging 1965 and 2015 Mustang models, this custom car demonstrates 50 years of progress in automotive design and technology.

Our one-of-a-kind Ford Mustang has made its first-ever road trip for this event, traveling from our Intellectual Property Power® exhibit at the NIHF Museum in Alexandria, Virginia, to CES in Las Vegas.

Looking forward to more excitement

We will welcome our 2019 Class of NIHF Inductees at our annual Induction event this May! In the meantime, get to know this year’s class and learn more about all of our Inductees by visiting invent.org. You can also check out opportunities to join NIHF in honoring and inspiring innovation at our annual Induction ceremony by becoming a partner.

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