Introducing the EIT Urban Mobility Batch#3 teams for Hub North

From more than 110 applications from all over Europe and associated countries, EIT Urban Mobility has selected 25 promising startups to be part of the third cohort of the 6-month Accelerator Programme.

In July 2021 the teams joined this new EIT Urban Mobility batch and will benefit from financial support, mentoring, coaching, expert workshops, free office space, access to local ecosystems and infrastructure, and a lot more, provided by the acceleration partners in the five Innovations Hubs.

Please join us in welcoming the 5 teams of Batch #3 Hub North– all of whom are dedicated to solving mobility-related problems with innovations that make our lives easier and happier!

Aerit (Sweden) –

Aerit provides last-mile delivery to logistically challenging communities using our environmentally friendly autonomous drone network.

Cogo (Denmark) –

Cogo is an app gathering all shared scooters, bikes, cars and moped as long as they are human or electric powered, making it easy and seamless to move around cities the green way.

Nudgd (Sweden) –

Nudgd makes sustainable choices easy. Nudgd offers digital solutions and advisory within behavioral design and nudging – a friendly push in the right direction using behavioral science and choice architecture. Smart Travel Habits is our digital solution for smart and climate friendly mobility, making sustainable travel choices easy for employees, residents, customers and others.

Theo (Germany) –

Theo provides teleoperated, delivery robots as a service for on-demand urban logistics. The extremely durable trikes can carry a 100 kg payload speeding up to 20 kmph with a range of 135 km per charge. Our bot is designed to meet e-bike regulations, maximising functionality and safety.

Zeabuz (Norway) –

Zeabuz develops technology that will enable urban, zero-emission passenger ferries to be operated unmanned, anywhere, 24/7.

The Hub North startups are accelerated by the partners Aalto Startup CenterAalto UniversityCity of HelsinkiKTH Innovation, and City of Stockholm.