Three start-ups supported by École Polytechnique made the trip to the CES 2023
After two troubled years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas moved forward.
For its tenth year at this major global meeting of the Tech consumer, FrenchTech was present with a delegation of 200 start-ups, half as many as in 2020, relying less on mass effect and more on a qualitative and selected choice of companies.
As in previous years, France was still the second largest delegation in terms of the number of participating start-ups, just behind the United States, with 170 innovative companies present in Eureka Park - the area dedicated to start-ups - and the rest in the Mobility area, which has become a major theme of the Show with a strong involvement of the world's car manufacturers.
Two other trends prevailed at the CES 2023: virtual reality and 3D; and the connected home, with health and digital wellness as the dominant theme.
Three start-ups and Valeo's Open Innovation Center, which is part of the Drahi-X Novation Center, the incubator of the École Polytechnique, each representing one of the key themes of the show, made the trip :
- Gamma Pulse and its anti-virus air purification system.
- RunBlind and its sound-based 3D guidance device.
- Atmosgear and its augmented electric roller blades.
- Valeo and its driving assistance systems, electrification, universal lighting and reinvention of interior space.