Equipment Battlefield is back! We are pleased to announce that for the third consecutive year, TechCrunch is holding a contest run on the CES, which focuses on the company’s hardware. We want to help you get your company to the world’s largest consumer electronics trade fair. Time is running out to enter your company.

Apply for November 18 at 9 pm PT compete free demo space at the exhibition Consumer Electronics Show, $ 50,000 prize and a trophy metal man.

Apply here.
For those of you following along at home, Battlefield Equipment is part of the Startup Battlefield series of TechCrunch, but with a few differences. Of course, there is a requirement that the participating companies must have the hardware component for your product. In today’s world, this means that all of the devices to IoT 3D-printing, wearable robots.

Equipment Battlefield takes place at the exhibition Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Battlefield participants another 6 minutes to give our jury, followed by six minutes of live Q / A. Judges include hardware investors as Rob Coneybeer, Highway1, top designers like Yves Behar and industry veterans Susan Paley.

This year’s TechCrunch will be more. Stand this year directly on the mezzanine Sands Expo, which means that anyone and everyone going to check the exhibits will go TechCrunch.

Only in the third year, Battlefield Equipment team is already making a name for himself. Owlet raised $ 7M Series A. Peeple began a successful Kickstarter and participated in the highway with Sereneti kitchen.

The use of and participation in Hardware Battlefield is completely free, and we welcome entries from all over the world.

Startups must have a functional prototype demo to the selection committee. TechCrunch will give preference to companies that debut product for the first time to the public and the press for competition.