The number of citizens, commuters and visitors is growing rapidly in Amsterdam, increasing also the number of movements. Mobility management is one of the effective solutions to keep and make cities like Amsterdam more accessible, livable, safe and sustainable. The digitization of mobility offers new opportunities for managing flows by means of data from assets, platforms and/or vehicles. Interaction between different key actors is a major factor for success (for example linking the traffic control center of the city and services and vehicles of mobility providers like Daimler).
That’s why the City of Amsterdam, together with AMS Institute and Daimler are organizing a Start-up Autobahn event. We challenge start-ups to find new tools/products/services to collaborate with us on data-driven mobility management.
We invite relevant start-ups to show their interest and send pitching material before 17 January. A selection of Start-ups will be invited to pitch on 5 march during the Start-up Autobahn event at AMS Institute at the Marineterrein in Amsterdam.
Get in touch with Ruben Polderman: firstname.lastname@example.org