Several companies from Indiana will have exhibition space this week at one of the largest technology events in the world. Companies including Spiceland-based Draper Inc., Standzout in Evansville and Elkhart-based MITO Corp. will be taking part in the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The event begins Tuesday. Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. (Nasdaq: EMMS) Chief Technology Officer Paul Brenner tells Inside INdiana Business the media company will also be on-hand to unveil FM tuner technology that will create an “in-car listening experience.”

Indianapolis-based ExactTarget Chief Executive Officer Scott Dorsey will be part of a panel discussion at the event.

The International Consumer Electronics Show website lists other organizations and companies with Hoosier connections that have signed up for exhibition space. They include:

-Indianapolis-based Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association

-Greencastle-based Electronics Technicians Association, International

-Indianapolis-based Indesign LLC

-Indianapolis-based Klipsch Group Inc.

-Indianapolis-based PowerQube

-RCA in Indianapolis

-Fort Wayne-based Sekure Koncepts LLC

Sources: Inside INdiana Business, The International Consumer Electronics Show Website

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