European Startup Prize for mobility: vote for your favorite startup!

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Posted on 06 January 2021

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Co-founded by Karima Delli, the BCG and Via ID, the European Startup Prize for mobility is aimed to support European startups developing innovations in terms of sustainable mobility. This 3rd edition comes to an end and the final awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday 13th January 2021 at 4pm, in a digital format based on the Eurovision style, in partnership with the Brussels Times.

As part of this fully digital event, a call for votes has been launched. The goal? To give everyone the possibility to vote for it’s favorite startup within the TOP12 selected last july. Online votes will count for half the final mark of the startups. The jury will then evaluate the different startups following their pitch.


The scores will be revealed live during the final ceremony in presence of the 12 selected startups’ CEOs who will be supported by an exceptional jury gathering H.S.H. Prince Albert of Monaco, Karima Delli, Maros Sefcovic and Liliana Pavlova.


The 4 Gold Awards winners will receive a Top Business & Legal mentoring powered by the Boston Consulting Group, and additional 3 millions APIs credits from TomTom. 


As a reminder, here are the finalist startups:






Autofleet (Israel) – The very first Vehicle as a Service platform for fleets, enabling large global fleets to optimise existing operations and dynamically exploit unused vehicles to launch new services.


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



Dott (France) – European micro-mobility operator, designed for responsibility and sustainability. Their mission is to open up cities with clean mobility for all. Starting with scooters and electric bicycles.






Fairtiq (Switzerland) – The easiest way to get around on a daily basis 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.




HYGEN (Lettonie) – HYGEN propose des super-chargeurs qui peuvent alimenter des véhicules à gaz n’importe où en quelques minutes. Connectés au réseau de gaz ordinaire, nos systèmes transforment le réseau existant en un réseau mondial distribué d’alimentation en bio-CNG.



Humanising Autonomy (United-Kingdom) – Software for real-time analysis of the behaviour of vulnerable road users and prediction of intentions for the prevention of accidents and near-accidents in urban areas.



MOTION TAG (Germany)  – MOTION TAG makes mobility intelligent by describing and understanding real-world mobility through data-based services.







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.




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



Surve Mobility (ex Chargery) (Germany) – Surve Mobility 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.





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




Unifly NV (Belgium) – Unifly’s platform integrates UAVs into the airspace in complete safety, linking the authorities with UAV pilots to approve and manage their flights. There is also an electronic licence plate for UAVs.


The ceremony will be live broadcasted on the Brussels Times’ Facebook page on Thursday January 13th at 4pm :


In the meantime, don’t forget to vote, you have until january 11th midnight!


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Stay in touch, the 4th edition of the EUSP is getting ready!