Amber, VanBerlo, Manus VR, ATO Gear, VDL, Sendcloud, NXP, E-Senses, Liquavista, Shapeways and Utomik are attending the CES
On Thursday, January 5, Kamp kicked off the economic trade mission with a visit to CES, the largest and most important technology trade show in the world. The trade show showcases the latest products, solutions and innovations in the field of consumer electronics. From Eindhoven, startups and companies like Amber, VanBerlo, Manus VR, ATO Gear, VDL, Sendcloud, NXP, E-Senses, Liquavista, Shapeways and Utomik are attending the show. This year’s CES had the first ever Holland Startup Pavilion, which was shared by 30 Dutch startups.
On Sunday, January 8, Minister Kamp visited the Laguna Seca Race Trackway to witness Dutch solar car Stella Lux race on this famous circuit.
“Stella Lux embodies all the parts of the mission from robotics and photonica to smart mobility and energy technology.” It has been a busy week for the Stella team. Stella Lux and its team members attended several events like a Smart E-mobility conference, a conference at Stanford where Maarten Steinbuch spoke, a visit at Prospect SV and VDL and many more small stops.
On Monday, January 9, Minister Kamp spoke with California Secretary of Environmental Protection Matt Rodriquez. He also held a keynote at the Smart Mobility Conference in San Francisco on the leadership role of the Netherlands in promoting clean and smart mobility. Minister Kamp went to Berkeley in the afternoon to speak to 100 students about entrepreneurship and especially about the Dutch way of doing business. Also, TU/e-professor Maarten Steinbuch delivered a keynote.