AgeTech Collaborative™ from AARP Debuts Innovative Ideas and Technologies for the 50-Plus Population at CES 2023

Through a series of panels, pitch competitions and startup booth exhibits, AgeTech Collaborative will amplify companies working to improve the lives of aging adults

WASHINGTON — December 23, 2022 — At CES 2023, the AgeTech Collaborative™ from AARP will bring together innovative organizations, products and programming focused on supporting people who are 50 and older. AgeTech Collaborative’s 7,000-square-foot booth at the Venetian Expo Center (Booth #52332) will host a series of events, panels, pitch competitions and startups to amplify AgeTech conversations and products in this $8.3 trillion market.

“Our world is taking steps to emerge from the pandemic, but our old version of ‘normal’ is long gone. Every community – including 50-plus adults – are more reliant than ever on technology, and CES is the nexus that brings these innovations to life,” said Andy Miller, AARP Senior Vice President of Innovation & Product Development. “The AgeTech Collaborative is creating an ecosystem to drive AgeTech innovation forward,and we’re excited to take part in this industry-leading event to spotlight the new technologies and services that are helping make the second half of consumers’ lives better than ever.”

Throughout CES 2023, AgeTech Collaborative will host more than 22 on-stage programs, exhibit 18 startups, and support one pitch competition. Highlights include:

Sessions and Panels

  • Thursday, Jan. 5 at 4 p.m. PT: AgeTech for Health: How Home-Based Care is the New Hospital – Join Lauren Dunning, Director at the Milken Institute’s Center for the Future of Aging, for a discussion on AgeTech innovations transforming how and where older adults get access to life-enhancing and life-saving care. 
  • Friday, Jan. 6 at 12:15 p.m. PT: Inclusive AgeTech: How to Design for Transformational Outcomes – Join executives from the Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) from AARP to discuss design insights that help AgeTech innovation drive transformative outcomes for well-being. 
  • Saturday, Jan.7 at 12 p.m. PT: FemTech for Aging: The Oldest Millennial Is Entering Perimenopause. Now What? – Join Denise Pines, Co-Founder and CEO of the FemAging Project, for an unvarnished discussion on innovation at the intersection of FemTech and AgeTech.

Challenges and Pitch Competitions

  • AgeTech After Dark Pitch Challenge: This invite-only event will take place Friday, Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. PT. The AgeTech Collaborative team will host startups pitching their ideas to make the aging journey easier.

AgeTech Startups Exhibiting at CES 

  • Beeyonder: A virtual tour company that offers inspiring and inclusive live experiences by qualified local tour guides around the world regardless of financial, physical or mental constraints.
  • Braze Mobility: Creators of the world’s first blind spot sensors that can be added to any wheelchair and transform into a ‘smart’ wheelchair that automatically detects obstacles and provides feedback to the user through intuitive lights, sounds, and vibrations.
  • Casana: Creators of The Heart Seat, a cloud-connected toilet seat that captures clinically relevant measurements, including heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygenation. Casana’s mission is to assist caregivers in care management of patients with chronic conditions beyond the four walls of the hospital.
  • Goalsetter: The only family finance app that provides education-first banking and investing experience with a financial literacy curriculum at its core.
  • Labrador Systems, Inc.: As creators of the Labrador Retriever home robot, this startup is developing a new generation of assistive robots, designed to help individuals live independently when chronic pain, injuries or health conditions impact daily activities.
  • Tellus: A startup building privacy-protecting technology that improves care providers’ overall quality of care and operational efficiency through continuous monitoring of vital signs. 
  • Gameboard: A next dimension tabletop gaming system that bridges the tactile and interpersonal experience of physical games with the expansive connectivity of digital content and online communities – providing unrivaled touch technology that creates an unprecedented play experience anytime, anywhere, and with anyone.

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About AgeTech Collaborative from AARP

AARP has invested significant resources to continue the momentum in AgeTech. In 2021, AARP Innovation Labs established the AgeTech Collaborative™ from AARP, an unparalleled innovation ecosystem bringing together cutting-edge thinkers in the longevity tech space to champion meaningful advances so that everyone can choose how they live as they age.

AARP’s decades of exclusive longevity insights, breakthrough collaborative ecosystem and community of innovators makes the group uniquely poised to lead the future of AgeTech. The AgeTech Collaborative™ has grown to more than 100 participating organizations and more than 70 portfolio startups.

About AARP

AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence and nearly 38 million members, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation’s largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. To learn more, visit or follow @AARP and @AARPadvocates on social media. 

For further information:

Vanessa Camozzi,, 202-706-2701