Discover the Top 10 startups of the European Startup Prize for mobility’s 3rd edition!

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Posted on 07 July 2020

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We’re very happy to announce, alongside Karima Delli, Chairwoman of the Transport Committee of the European Parliament and the Boston Consulting Group, the names of the 10 winning startups of this 3rd edition.


In the middle of the Covid crisis, the European Startup Prize received 550 applications, all of which were analysed by 50 independent evaluators in a rigorous selection process over 3 months.







Autofleet (Israel) – The world’s first Vehicle as a Service platform for fleets, enabling large global fleets to optimize existing operations and dynamically leverage unused vehicles to launch new services.




Skipr (Belgium) – Skipr offers a unique integrated solution (a MaaS application, a payment card and a dashboard) provides companies with intelligent mobility adapted to their needs and policies.





Motion Tag (Germany) – Motion Tag makes mobility smart by describing and understanding real-world mobility through data-based services.





UFT (Luxembourg) – UFT provides on-demand transport software to some of Europe’s largest public transport authorities and private fleet operators.




Pony (France) – Pony is a French micro-mobility operator that provides shared electric bicycles and scooters. Its business model allows anyone to buy a vehicle and share it with others.






Chargery (Germany) – Chargery is a full-service provider for the future of mobility. Through the combination of intelligent software and a wide variety of services, it enables highly efficient operations for shared mobility.




Fairtiq (Switzerland) – The simplest way to move for everyone, everywhere. This is the idea behind FAIRTIQ, the simplest way to buy a public transport ticket at the best and fairest price every time.




AddVolt (Portugal) – AddVolt has developed a plug-in electrical system that electrifies the refrigeration unit allowing cleaner, quieter and more economical deliveries.




Unifly NV (Belgium) – Unifly’s platform safely integrates drones into the airspace, linking authorities with drone pilots to approve and manage their flights. There is also an electronic license plate for drones.





Humanising Autonomy (United Kingdom) – A real-time analysis software of the users’ behavior on vulnerable roads, and prediction of intentions, allowing the prevention of accidents in urban areas




Also, let’s not forget that 3 of our partners (Europcar Mobility Group, RATP and GRDF) have chose to give a special distinction to 3 startups : Humanising Autonomy, Dott and Hygen. 

All of the 10 selected startups will have the opportunity to participate to a virtual Demo Day (in September) and to the official prize ceremony (in November). 

They will also benefit from a free mentoring from the BCG. 


These startups will also become spokespersons of the innovative and greener Europe at a manifesto taking place in Brussels, which is aimed to identify key priorities and propose solutions that the European Union could encourage, to enable a faster and more effective green transition within the EU. 


Finally, the startups will participate in the Day After Programme, allowing them to pitch they projets in front of potential investors: the European Investment Bank (EIB), the EIT’s urban mobility programme, InnoEnergy of the EIT and the European Super Angels Club (ESAC), who will then be able to identify the startups they’re interested in.