CES 2020: 8 STATION F startups not to miss in Vegas

Heading to the City of Lights next week for CES? Make sure to keep an eye out for these 8 STATION F startups.

Next week, many techies are heading to Las Vegas to attend the CES, the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Over 4,500 companies exhibit at the CES every year. Amidst the many pitches that you’ll hear, make sure to keep an eye out for these STATION F startups not to miss.



Founders Program

ATLAN Space is a software company that helps institutions monitor vast, remote areas. They develop smart drones that can identify and report environmental crimes like illegal fishing, poaching or mining.



ADN_xIFM Program

WATIZ is the Shazam for fashion. Specialized in Artificial Intelligence and Visual Recognition, their app allows shoppers to snap a picture of any piece of clothing and instantly find the same or closest item online.


Boarding Ring

Arts & Métiers Acceleration Program

Winner of a CES Innovation Award last year, Boarding Ring is presenting their new VR sickness mitigation solution: Seenetic VR®. Based on their team’s expertise in tackling motion sickness in transports (see Boarding Glasses), their new add-on device will free users from VR sickness and allow VR producers to deliver the most immersive experience.



TF1 Program

FAC’iliti  provides an improved and customized internet browsing experience for older adults and people with disabilities — such as low vision, Parkinson’s and dyslexia. Their tool adapts different website’s UX to meet the needs of each individual’s particular condition. An example of their work includes the website of the City of New York



Zendesk Program

HelloMyBot is a conversational intelligence platform that allows you to create and manage bots – virtual assistant or conversational agents – that are able to listen, understand, and respond to your audience.



HEC Program

With POPMII, retailers and e-commerce brands are now able to interact with their clients using fun and personalized messages in Augmented Reality. Their easy-to-use solution does requires no application download and can be used on any smartphone camera.



Outremer Network Program

Wello is a three-wheeled solar bike that is modular, compact, and entirely connected. The bike is made in Réunion in the French Overseas Territories.



EDHEC Program (Alumni)

Their signature product Compoz is a connected, made-to-measure perfume diffuser that allows you to create your own bespoke luxury home fragrance.