CTA Foundation

Eureka Park Accessibility Contest

The CTA Foundation’s Eureka Park Accessibility contest returns to CES 2024. US and Canadian based startups may enter to be one of five winners to receive a complimentary booth at CES 2024 in Eureka Park, the show's flagship startup marketplace, along with a $2,500 prize.

Entries must meet Eureka Park entry criteria and highlight how their technologies enhance the lives of older adults or people with disabilities. Entrants should review the complete contest rules and requirements.

Five (5) Winners will each receive: 

  • one (1) 8’ x 10’ standard booth package in the Eureka Park exhibit area at the CES 2024, in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 9-12, 2024; 
  • one (1) $2,500 award; 
  • and other promotional opportunities if available. 

Total maximum ARV of all prizes: $17,500.

The CES experience for a small start-up is unlike any other. You will meet major players, strategic partners, investors and lots of people who will be energized by your company. As a CTA contest winner, you have instant credibility and they support you during the show. We can't wait to return next year!
Ray Browning  CEO & Co-Founder of Biomotum

CTA Foundation CES 2024 Eureka Park Accessibility Contest Winners

Concha Labs

Concha Labs is developing a top-notch OTC hearing aid with hearing personalization technology (which is called Soundscope™️) to help people hear more clearly. The goal is to help users control their hearing settings from their phone, any time, anywhere.


DreamFace Technologies has developed a robot named "RYAN". RYAN is a new form of robot called a social robot. He is designed to be a companion to people that often live alone or in senior care facilities, helping combat social isolation. Their mission is to encourage the well being of aging adults through advancements in social robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other novel technologies.


Glidance is at the forefront of the mobility revolution, passionately dedicated to developing pioneering solutions that enhance the lives of individuals around the world. They recently launched "Glide"- the world’s first self-driving mobility aid for people with sight loss.


OneCourt is making live sports more accessible to fans with Blindness or Low Vision. Using haptics, OneCourt conveys hard-to-describe details through touch.  


VisionAid is developing groundbreaking mixed reality technologies to transform vision care. ‘Eye Disease Simulator’ is the world’s most advanced first-person vision simulator - improving outcomes for patients, families, caregivers, doctors, students, and educators by providing unparalleled empathy and understanding of what life is like living with diseases such as Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, and more.

Badger’s rookie year at CES 2023 is going to be one to remember. It was an amazing experience all around and winning the accessibility award made it that more special. It put Badger on the map! As a startup, exhibiting at conferences is challenging however, CTA was a great resource to make it a no brainer. We can’t wait to be a part of CES 2024 and continue the momentum.
Mike Williston  President & CEO of Satellite Displays 
The credibility associated with the award and the exposure the booth provides to so many investors and industry reps is a game changer for companies like Kalogon. If you are a product in the mobility or accessibility space and you aren’t applying for this award, you are making a mistake.”
Tim Balz  Founder & CEO of Kalogon