In the virtual Start-up Zone a total of 27 young companies will present their innovative ideas and business models. In addition to nine German exhibitors, 18 international exhibitors, among others from China, Israel, Japan, Canada, Russia, and the USA, will also be represented.
On the virtual Start-up Stage, an exciting programme will be offered over the first two days of the exhibition: On these days, the young companies will present their latest technologies in specialist lectures. You will find exciting inputs among others to mobility in the IoT Age, Big Data and AI to improve public transport and shared mobility in a post-corona time.
The Finalists of the Future Mobility Award, an award for sustainable mobility solutions, and the winners of the INIT Students Award will also present their innovations on Wednesday afternoon.
The Start-up programme and further information can be found here.