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Posted on 24 October 2019
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The 4th edition of Autonomy ended a few days ago, an opportunity for us to review the highlights of these 2 days.
We were lucky enough to welcome a dozen of innovative start-ups to our Via ID pavilion. This exhibition was an opportunity for each of them to present their services as well as their latest news.
Our startups :
Moove Lab incubated startups :
Summer Sprint incubated startups :
The Mobility Club was also present at Autonomy and took this opportunity to bring its members together at a private business intelligence event around MaaS and Super Apps. The opportunity for Guillaume Gombert, Lead Strategist at FaberNovel, Julien Honnart, CEO of Klaxit and Jean-François Dhinaux, Head of Strategy and Development Via ID to review the case of Wechat, the MaaS offer of Klaxit or the development of super-Apps.
Via ID brought together about a hundred of our partners during our cocktail with ALD Automotive, Altermove, Antismog, Arval, Autonomy, BNP Paribas, Bosch, Cap Decisif, CNPA, Colas, Cyclofix, Egis, European Startup Prize for Mobility, Europcar mobility Group, Felix Citybird, Fluctuo, Geovelo, Green On, Groupito, Hopways, Hyundai, Klaxit, Lyko, MACIF, Midas, Mobivia, MotionLab Berlin, Parkki, Smoove, SNCF, Startup Sesame, Teebike, TomTom, Thales, Transdev, Usine IO, Vinci, Xee, You2you/Yper et Zenuity.
Jean-François Dhinaux, Head of Strategy and Development at Via ID, participated in the panel Accelerating Corporate Innovation in Mobility & Smart Cities at the Urban Mobility Summit alongside Anastasia Yarygina, Senior Innovation Manager, Hyundai and Liam Buswell, Managing Director & Partner, Fahrenheit 212. This is an opportunity to review the systems that mobility companies are currently offering to boost innovation, R&D and make complex regulatory frameworks accessible.
After a call for projects launched this summer, Funding the Movement received more than 150 applications from start-ups wishing to pitch in front of investors. About twenty startups were able to pitch in front of David Seoane, Funding Box Consultant, Sascha Fritz, Principal Investment at Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Sebastian Peck, Managing Director at In Motion Ventures and Daphnée Lucenet, Associate at Via ID.
Xee, Geovelo, and Go to U are the winners of the challenge and had the chance to pitch on the stage of the Urban Mobility Summit.
The 2nd day of the show was marked by the visit on our stand of the European Startup Prize for Mobility team with Karima Delli, President of the Transport Committee of the European Parliament and Grégory Merly, Director General of the European Startup Prize for Mobility but also the team of David Belliard, EELV candidate at the Paris City Hall.
We also thank Claire Baritaud, the new Director of the Mission Innovation, Numérique et Territoires, who is responsible for France Mobilités, the initiative of the Ministry of Transport in support of innovation in mobility.
The show was also an opportunity for the entrepreneurs of our startups to speak out on their favourite topics:
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