September 3rd, 2015
09:30 am ~ 10:00 pm
InnoZ @ EUREF-CAMPUS, Torgauer Straße 12-15
In the past, the world of mobility was dominated by big companies, that controlled the air, the railway, or the automotive industry. Due to market concentration processes that were driven by globalization, there is an oligopoly structure left today. The prices have been determined by big players and the consumers had to pay top dollar.
On the other hand, the variety of mobility services and the problems of cars as main mode of transport, especially in urban areas, called for a change of mind. People in big cities now look for intermodal transport solutions and more convenient ways of getting from A to B. Within the last decade, IT became an integral part for mobility products. Mobile devices became smart and many people wanted to use them as a tool for everything. That’s why new services for mobility are growing rapidly, especially in urban areas. Carsharing, E-Carsharing, bikesharing and Uberservices are now very common, because they are now easily accessible and can achieve a considerable turnover. The Internet of Things and the new communication technologies can be a game changer. That’s why the markets for mobility and mobility services have become very innovative and new ideas try to find their market share in the new mobility 4.0 sector.
This change towards a more environmental friendly future also greatly affects climate change. If we don’t change now, the world will be in a different state in 100 years.
Electric mobility, charging networks , storage and smart grid
– Where is this field heading?
Car connectivity and connection with the smart city
– What’s in it for the consumer and the cities?
– How will they affect the future of mobility?
Cyber Security for transportation and Smart City
– What are the threats and responses?
– from product to service?
The final selection for the program will take place on November 10-11. in Israel during the Fuel Choices Summit. German entrepreneurs who would like to apply for the program must submit an application and present their ideas during the FMC. A committee (TBD) will select one startup to participate in the final selection process in Israel – we will cover travel and accommodation expenses for the winning team (up to 2 persons) for their trip to Israel from November 10th-11th.
WHO CAN APPLY?
The program will accept up to five projects per cycle with a selection focused on entrepreneurship that meets the following criteria:
|End of july||Sign-up Closes|
|03/09/2015||Presentation at FMC|
Create a platform for discussion of future mobility solutions, and
the intersection of transportation, IT, energy and urban planning.
Create a platform for interaction between entrepreneurs, industry
and investors in smart mobility.
Display innovative smart mobility technologies and ideas from
Germany and Israel.
Promote Israeli-German innovation cooperation
(including creating a platform for German participation in the
Israeli Smart Mobility Center‘s accelerator program).
|Thursday, 3rd September|
|9.30 am||Official opening | Israeli-German introduction, welcome from organizers
|10.15 am||Panel | The Future of Mobility – forward thinking
|11.00 am||Presentations | Industry‘s Vision and Approaches towards Innovation
|1.30 pm||Idea pitches | Moderation: Max Power
|3.45 pm||Coffee Break|
|6.30 pm||JURY | Handover of the prize (A place in the accelerator program)|
|7.00 – 10.00 pm||Dinner (together with Climate KIC Demo Day Guests – Cafe am Wasserturm)|
info (at) future-mobility-camp.de
+49 (0)351 / 41880449 (voicebox only)