More than 20 National Science Foundation Startups Showcasing At CES
Eureka Park, the startup portion of CES, continues to grow. Now in it’s fifth year, the exhibition area has grown from one floor of the Sands Expo Center, to basically the entire building. The National Science Foundation teamed up with CTA in 2012 for the first Eureka Park event and his continued with that partnership ever since.
Eureka Park will feature 600 exhibiting startups from over 30 countries. CES runs from January 5th through January 8th this year.
The National Science Foundation has over 20 startups exhibiting at Eureka Park this year in Sands Level 1 Hall G. These startups are in a variety of fields including bioprinting, robotics, iOT and other tech innovations. Here’s the complete list:
Assistive Technologies & Robotics
- SynTouch, a sensor technology that gives robots the ability to replicate — and sometimes exceed — the human sense of touch.
- TAG Optics Inc., a lens that uses sound to bring images into focus more quickly.
- eLutions Integrated Systems, Inc., a continuous, minimally invasive, glucose monitor for bedside point-of-care.
- Neural Analytics, a robotic headset designed to enable people to monitor brain health at home for disorders such as stroke, dementia and concussion.
- SE3D, a desktop system that prints biological scaffolds, cells and liquids for 3D tissues.
- Weinberg Medical Physics, a portable, low-power MRI system using magnets that can be switched on and off to image heads or other parts of the body in seconds with high spatial resolution.
Cyber & Personal Security
- PFP Cybersecurity, provides an early warning system for wireless networking equipment and smart grid infrastructure using Internet of Things monitors, machine learning and data analytics to detect tiny anomalies in power patterns.
eCommerce & Enterprise Solutions
- ZillionInfo, provides location intelligence solutions to help people deal with large datasets, dig into data insights, and make better location decisions such as site selection, territory mapping and routing.
Education & Technology
- Imagars, a design decision support tool that helps designers learn proper design techniques, develop engineering judgment and foster creativity in a stimulating and user-friendly fashion.
- IntellADAPT, an adaptive learning technology based on pedagogy, learning models, rich media, real-time feedback and learner analytics.
- SmartyPal, a technology platform that takes award-winning stories and videos and infuses them with personalized, interactive, educational games, which are designed for two or more people to play and learn together on the same screen.
- ThoughtSTEM, a game engine platform that immerses students in computer science education by allowing them to easily modify one of the most popular video games of all time, Minecraft.
- VoiceVibes, automated speech coaching software that enables people to practice and improve their public speaking skills by analyzing vocal features of speech, such as pace, pauses, vocal variety and more, to make users sound more engaging, personable and confident.
- Zyrobotics, an app-connected plush toy that helps young children fall in love with STEM by immersing them in an animated world of learning games and stories.
- ARGIL, Inc., a fast-switching electrochromic film to improve light and heat control in cars by replacing standard glass in sunglasses and goggles with dynamic glass.
Gaming & Virtual Reality
- Chirp Microsystems Inc., an ultrasound, low-power 3-D sensing technology that lets users play music or check email on a tablet with the wave of a hand.
- Pointivo, a cloud-based computer vision algorithm that uses machine learning to create 3D models from video and photos.
- VisiSonics Corporation, a highly realistic and computationally efficient software for sound synthesis, with applications that include virtual reality, gaming and prostheses for the blind.
Health & Wellness
- Stratio Inc., innovative sensor and low-cost optics products to expand access to materials identification, product quality control, medical imaging and other applications.
- Vaporsens, nanofiber-based sensor and instrumentation technology for the next generation of gas and vapor chemical sensing.
Kids & Technology
- LightUp, a personal tutoring platform powered by augmented reality and artificial intelligence that provides real-time voice guidance, adaptive learning analytics and 3D holograms to teach STEM subjects.
- Electroninks, Inc., particle-free, metallic, conductive inks for consumer electronics, wearables and e-textiles.
Conference goers can find out more about the National Science Foundation at booth #50013