DeepTech Alliance runs pan-european acceleration programs for Deep Tech startups across Europe.
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The first acceleration program by DeepTech Alliance was launched 3 September 2020:
EIT Urban Mobility Accelerator SPECIAL COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our everyday lives and cities. To address the challenges posed by the pandemic Deeptech Alliance launched the “EIT Urban Mobility Accelerator programme SPECIAL: COVID-19” funded by EIT Urban Mobility, to support startups developing mobility solutions for COVID-19 related problems.
From a pool of more than 100 applicants, 23 startups were selected for the program, hailing from Spain to Sweden and all the way from Ireland to Israel. The program kicked off 3 September 2020 and culminated with the final presentation at UnternehmerTUM’s Ultimate Demo Day at the end of November.
The program included one-on-one coaching, mentoring, peer-to-peer learning, training, workshops, access to international startup and mobility events, and unique access to transport providers, cities and investors.
The participating startups also profited from the specifically designed COVID-19 impact assessment, which was headed by Dr. Ursula Mühle, who is currently helping the German government to manage the effects of the Corona pandemic.
- COVID-19 Impact Assessment
- Direct exposure to seven European cities:
Copenhagen, Munich, Milan, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Hamburg and Barcelona
- Direct exposure to Hello Tomorrow’s mobility investor network
- Participation in Hello Tomorrow’s Deep Tech Global Summit
- A unique community with other urban mobility founders
- Individual business coaching, training and workshops
- Participation in large scale Demo Day with European investors
- Exposure to more than 400 investors, internationally
This program was funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). EIT Urban Mobility acts to accelerate positive change on mobility to make urban spaces more liveable. Learn more: eiturbanmobility.eu.
See all the participants in the EIT Urban Mobility covid-19 program.
Watch case videos:
Elonroad from Sweden:
Has developed a high-tech electric road system, auto-charging all types of electric vehicles when parked & when driving.
Vonzu from Spain:
Empowering digitalization in the urban distribution of goods.
Axillion from Israel:
Reduce traffic congestion and carbon footprint with disruptive AI and SaaS
Nüwiel from Germany:
eTrailer is the first electric trailer for bikes with patented technology that enables smart synchronized movement.
Odo from Serbia:
Sustainable and smart first/last mile solution that collects data about the city.
Contact us for information on coming programs.