These Eureka Park Startups Are Participating in Startup Night at CES [Poll]

While the startup struggle might seem endless, it’s important to remember that even the largest corporations started out as small operations out of someone’s garage. All the companies showcasing their hottest tech at CES 2017 had to find funding, test the market, and work hard to succeed in the ever-changing world of business. And the startups attending the event will no doubt be looking to leave those days behind them.

Startup Night Downtown Las Vegas is the perfect place to get a taste of the fresh blood entering the startup world today. The fifteen startups in attendance have proven that they have what it takes to showcase their products and services on one of the biggest stages in the business.

Meet the Startups

Want to get to know these startups from all around the world? Take a look at them below and make sure to vote for who you think is going to win the Startup Night pitch competition!


This startup built a next-generation firewall to protect smart homes and businesses against cyber threats. They also built an IoT platform-as-a-service that powers telco and other routers against cyber threats.


This startup provides the first truly personal, affordable and compact air quality tracker. Atmotube constantly monitors the environment around you. It detects air pollution, a wide range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and harmful gases like Carbon Monoxide (CO), measures air temperature and humidity.


Everykey is a Bluetooth device that replaces your keys and passwords. Using military grade security, Everykey unlocks your phone, laptop, tablet, house door, car door, and other access-controlled devices when you are nearby, then locks them back down when you walk away. It also generates secure passwords for your website accounts, then automatically logs you in when you visit a website.


This startup is focused on the exploding market opportunity of Internet of Things (IoT). They are combining device intelligence, cloud connectivity and feature-rich applications to solve real-world problems for intelligent security, facility awareness, and virtual collaboration.

Smart & Blue

Smart & Blue is a French water-tech startup that provides solutions to help consumers and businesses conserve precious water resources.


After creating the first olfactory alarm-clock, this startup is coming back with a connected device that helps people fall asleep and improve their sleep quality, using the power of scents.


This startup develops smart wearable protection systems that reduce injuries in case of falls. They hope to democratize their systems in daily applications: sport, transport, workplace, health. In&motion has already launched four portable airbag products.


This startup provides wearable-tech safety products to both, the consumer and commercial industry. Their product, Occly, is a personal safety alarm that includes unique features including 4 cameras that make it the most powerful safety device in the world.


This startup is focused on providing the best possible on and off court experience for tennis players. They built the world’s first robotic tennis ball collector. With Tennibot, tennis players can leave the court after the last ball hit, not the last ball picked up.

Hease Robotics

This startup built a robot at your service that designed to always have an answer for your questions. As the first robot tailored for the retail industry, HEASE can inform, entertain, guide, and welcome you. With the ability to delivery autonomous information and messages, it can detect a person, reach them, and engage in an interaction for an ever richer experience.


REYEDR’s (pronounced rider) mission is to connect motorcyclists with their machines in a way that transforms the ride experience. AR combined with smartphone computing provides the ability to improve safety by delivering key information at eye level. The REYEDR HUD (with universal helmet mount) and REYEDR smartphone App deliver key information about the bike, route and ride group.


Happeez specializes in the development of connected (IoT) solutions dedicated to families that make the expectation and the life with baby easy and magical. Happeez is the place where they will find advice, document their best moments and monitor every connected devices. They look to simplify and create an unforgettable experience for the lives of new parents and families.


This startup created the Octopus watch, a product developed to counteract our children’s attention deficit and hyperactivity issues by creating the simplest and most effective kid’s wearable. It’s the first icon-based watch that empowers kids by teaching good habits and the concept of time. The parents schedule the events via the app and its fed to the watch over Bluetooth linking time to event through icons.


Mikme is about real time audio and video content production, publishing and monetization. Our ecosystem, consisting of the Mikme Microphone, the App and our Cloud solution, helps creatives like musicians, filmmakers or journalists to easily create, edit and share high-quality content within minutes.

Jagger & Lewis

Jagger & Lewis imagined the first smart collar capable of understanding dogs’ behaviors, of watching them as well as advising and warning us at the earliest when they don’t feel well. They have created a solution to stay close to your dog. Their collar detects, registers, and interprets each of your dog’s daily behaviors.

Startup Night Downtown Las Vegas

If you want to attend Startup Night, be sure to RSVP here. The event will take place at 6:00pm at Gold Spike in Las Vegas on Wednesday, January 4th.

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Conor is the Lead Writer for For the last six years, he’s covered everything from tech news and product reviews to digital marketing trends and business tech innovations. He's written guest posts for the likes of Forbes, Chase, WeWork, and many others, covering tech trends, business resources, and everything in between. He's also participated in events for SXSW, Tech in Motion, and General Assembly, to name a few. He also cannot pronounce the word "colloquially" correctly. You can email Conor at
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