CACP Executive Director Brad Fain and Research Scientist Sarah Farmer attended the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) January 6-11, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The key objective was obtaining a sense of upcoming technologies that were focused on or had components of accessibility and usability, or could enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities, the aging, and other vulnerable populations. Specific areas included meeting with NIST's Public Safety Communication Research Division and other first responder related communication technology companies. Sarah Farmer represented Georgia Tech's HomeLab. HomeLab is a network of 600 older adults, adults with disabilities, and families with children managing chronic illnesses that participate in a variety of research programs managed by CACP.