16 Luxembourgish start-ups at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

Over 18,000 visitors expected from 8th to 11th January 2019

ces-logo16 Luxembourgish start-ups are taking part in the 2019 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, from 8th to 11th January 2019. For them, it represents an opportunity to introduce themselves to professionals in the field and attract prominent investors. And Luxembourg stands out: the Luxembourg Village, organised by the Chamber of Commerce and Luxfactory, covers an area of 100 m2, larger than the representations of Belgium and Japan. Regulars of the CES are among the start-ups, such as Motion-S or CoinPlus, as well as 14 other early-stage businesses that we will present to you here.

The Consumer Electronics Show is first and foremost a showcasing event where enterprises present their innovative and imaginative products, setting future trends. This year, over 180,000 visitors are expected to come to discover such innovations. They'll also have the opportunity of visiting the "Eureka Park" village, an area dedicated to start-ups from all over the world.

Here is the list of Luxembourgish start-ups:

  • Atis Network: a social network allowing SMEs to find partners and clients;
  • Art.Design.Painting: digital paintings using technologies such as augmented reality or 3D vision;
  • Bim-Y: an application allowing existing buildings or buildings in the process of being built to access the "Building Information Modeling" era;
  • CarVroom: community platform to exchange vehicles between individuals;
  • ClearImage: a tool for the assessment of image segmentation;
  • CoinPlus: in 2019, the enterprise presents its Solo Card, allowing anyone to have a crypto account in the form of a secure credit card;
  • Crowdaa: a “label in your pocket” allowing dialogue between artists and their fans;
  • Koosmik: mobile access to financial services for private individuals and professionals, particularly in developing markets;
  • LuxAI: disruptive robotic solutions for education, health and entertainment;
  • Motion-S: profiling drivers to prevent risks on the roads;
  • MuDesign: development of connected objects;
  • MySardines: issuers of the cryptocurrency "sardine coins", targeting collectors of vintage sardines;
  • Scrybto: digital certification, traceability and exchange platforms of valuable digital and manufactured products;
  • Skeeled: technology supporting applicants throughout the recruitment process;
  • management of commercial transactions, document management and data protection;
  • Yatta development SA: developer of the "Syment" app, which offers services to people living in residence halls.

The Luxembourg Village is organised by the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and Luxfactory, an enterprise offering services to start-ups, SMEs and large groups in human resources, corporate finance and business development.

(Article written by the editorial team of the portal)



  • Updated 08-01-2019