The way in which we travel from point A to point B is rapidly changing. This is being increasingly driven by a series of converging technological and social trends such as the rapid growth of car sharing and ride sharing; the increasing viability of electric and alternative powertrains; new, lightweight materials; and the growth of connected and, ultimately, autonomous vehicles.
Due to this, automotive and logistics companies, tech firms, and start-ups/scale-ups are heavily investing in a wide variety of new mobility services—everything from car sharing and rental services to multimodal trip-planning apps—to meet the needs of the new emerging ecosystem of mobility.
The Metropolitan Region Amsterdam (MRA) expects to grow by two million people and more than 200,000 houses in the next 30 years. Because of this; a complex mobility challenge arises that has to answer to the following questions:
We’re challenging teams to develop solutions that focus on:
Solutions should contribute to Amsterdam’s 2025 zero emission target and should work for and benefit the whole ecosystem of the government, transportation and logistics companies, retailers, insurers, the automotive industry and tech/digital companies. In addition, a major focus should be to provide citizens with new modes of transportation that are faster, cheaper, cleaner, safer and more efficient.
Please note that this challenge focuses on Amsterdam, but solutions should be scalable and applicable for cities across the world or Europe at the minimum.
Digital mobility solutions could focus on:
Additional small prizes:
Five €100 vouchers
* First prize: €4.000 + travel for two people per winning team to attend the Garage Opening Festival in Amsterdam, April 11, 2019, where they will pitch their idea to top CEOs from each industry.
We are challenging
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