Do you want to be part of EIT Urban Mobility’s EU wide network?
EIT Urban Mobility RIS Hub Turkiye developed Innomotion Urban Mobility Scale-up Program to provide support for innovative mobility solutions beyond Turkiye. By integrating the program with other EIT Urban Mobility accelerator programs across Europe and business development services in Istanbul, Innomotion provides acceleration services for startups.
What do we offer?
- Mobility-focused acceleration trainings
- Prototyping, testing, and design assistance
- Mentors from both the business and academia
- Participating in the Connect4Mobility event to foster collaboration among firms, entrepreneurs, and academics.
- Invitation to an Urban Mobility workshop to analyze and address the needs and barriers of the local innovation ecosystem
- Access to financial consulting services
- Access to exclusive investment, grant and project opportunities from EIT Urban Mobility
- Assistance in applying to EIT Urban Mobility’s investment, grant, and project calls.
Startups from Turkiye will be supported for 10 weeks.
The program’s training, events, and activities will all take place online.
At the end of the program, the successful startups will pitch their ideas to the investors from the region and get more visibility in global networks as part of EIT Urban Mobility’s EU-wide network.
The challenge is managing active mobility as a regular physical activity used as a means of transportation. This challenge includes walking, cycling, pedal-assisted e-bikes, kick- scooter, skateboards if it is focused on active modes. It does not include walking, cycling for recreational purposes.
- Create innovative solutions to make infrastructure more appealing to active users.
- Demonstration of intermodal solutions for active users to public transport.
- Dynamic wayfinding solutions in order to make the infrastructure understandable and accessible
The challenge is to focus on developing innovative services and disruptive technologies that will transform how we live, work, and move. Artificial intelligence, blockchain, 5G, and the Internet of Things (IOT) are among the digitalisation technologies that will shape all sectors and fields. These cutting-edge technologies enable the design and implementation of new services such as mobility as a service (MaaS), integrating micro- mobility services and active mobility with public transportation, autonomous driving, and urban air mobility.
- Contribute to the integration of city services by helping cities implementing their own policies
- Business model for the new service is tested and implemented.
- Potential for replication and scaling in other European contexts.
- Better mobility services for citizens, increased accessibility, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and more efficient use of urban space
Sustainable City Logistics
The challenge is to focus on freight transport, which includes the transportation of goods ranging from parcel delivery to the delivery of building materials to construction sites, as well as domestic and commercial garbage disposal.
- Improving urban logistics operations through logistical, future vehicle design, urban air logistics, behavioral, and technology improvements.
- The solution should be low-carbon, easily accessible, safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly.
- Healthier, safer environments, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and less local air and noise pollution all contribute to an improvement in citizens’ overall quality of life.
Mobility & Energy
This challenge aims to develop technologies for reducing carbon emissions from transportation, improving public charging solutions and infrastructure, decarbonizing public transportation, developing low-emission last-mile delivery solutions, enhancing battery lifecycle management in urban environments, optimising micromobility solutions, and accelerating the deployment of green hydrogen and other alternative low-emission fuels.