Transitioning to sustainable mobility is no longer an option. Organizations need to speed-up their transition to provide a more responsible, integrated and inclusive travel experience.
Throughout the year, the HUB Institute brings together a wide range of solution makers to discuss trends, actions from committed organizations, as well as a range of sustainable solutions.
With +1500 decision-makers, this event will be an opportunity for you to discuss the challenges of the sustainable mobility transition.
EIT InnoEnergy’s Thematic Field Leader Energy for Transport & Mobility, Jennifer Dungs will lead the discussion about the impact of smarter urban mobility. Furthermore, five EIT InnoEnergy supported startups are going to present their solutions during different sessions:
Marc-Antoine Réol, Country Manager France at DUCKT will talk about universal micro-mobility infrastructures.
DUCKT develops micro-mobility solutions for cities. Created with the aim of rising to the challenges posed by charging, transport and safety in new methods of urban travel (scooters and electric bikes in particular), the start-up’s target market is local communities and companies as well as individuals. Its focus is on new mobility issues and the concept of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
Anaï Jannin, Country Manager at Scoobic will discuss the following topic: Re-imagining the urban mobility.
Spanish start-up Scoobic develops logistical solutions for urban areas using electric vehicles. The company was created with the aim of transforming today’s methods of urban logistics (last mile) by offering a new solution that is economically, socially and environmentally sound and puts the emphasis on people (city dwellers and delivery drivers).
Vieran Hodko, Head of Brand Development & Partnerships at ONO will provide answers to the following question: COVID-19: the secret activator of green mobility?
ONO is a Berlin-based e-mobility company introducing a whole new category of emissions-free vehicle: The Pedal Assisted Transporter (PAT), combining the flexibility of a bicycle with the capacity and durability of a van. It aims to create new and purposeful solutions for transportation of goods and people using electric vehicles adapted to city traffic.
Daniel Jacobs, Country Manager France at Kumpan Electric will talk about strong solutions for sustainable mobility.
Kumpan Electric offers a unique sustainable et innovative electric E-Scooter. In addition to electric scooters and batteries, they provide with a smart fleet management software program with an open interface to monitor each vehicle and its data.
Geoffroy Ville, Head of international development at Atawey will discuss the following topic: Accelerating the development of hydrogen mobility in the territories.
Designs and manufactures hydrogen recharging stations for the hydrogen mobility business, with a focus on stations with on-site hydrogen production for small fleet of vehicles. It provides with hydrogen refueling stations to refuel fleets from 1 to 30 cars and fleets of bicycles, including on-site production to guarantee a green mobility (with option to recharge electric battery cars).