Caeli from Amsterdam will be part of the #NLatCES mission 2023. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is the world’s most influential tech trade show.
Fighting climate change
With the help of satellite data, Caeli gives insights into air quality worldwide. They are on a mission to fight air pollution and climate change. They have recently launced three different dashboards; the Carbon Emission Monitor, the Air Quality Monitor and the Nitrogen Insights Monitor. Businesses, organizations and governments are able to see what their assets are emitting and get insights in what they can do to change that.
In the coming months startup Caeli will follow a training program offered by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency to be fully prepared for the global stage of CES. Like last year, the Netherlands will be present at CES with two pavilions: the startup pavilion ‘The Netherlands Tech Square’ and the ‘Next Level Innovations Pavilion’ for scale-ups.
First stop: CES Unveiled Amsterdam October 13th
The official kick-off of the Dutch mission was during ‘CES Unveiled Amsterdam’, on October 13, 2022 at the Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam. The CES Unveiled series offered the ultimate sneak peek of the latest tech and what’s to come at CES 2023. More than 100 innovative companies from the Netherlands and other European countries presented their tech solutions at the marketplace. Caeli was also represented there with a booth. There were also inspiring keynote sessions from among others Gary Shapiro (CES), Ali Nikham (Bunq) and Sabine Stuiver (Hydraloop). The event is organised in collaboration with the Consumer Technology Association (®CTA) and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate.
Economical added value
It will be the seventh time the Netherlands will participate in CES. Over the past six years, more than 250 Dutch companies have visited as part of the Dutch mission. For many of them, CES was a breakthrough. Those companies are estimated to have generated almost 10.000 high-quality jobs since their participation.
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