Make the right connections

Join the industry network of start-ups and businesses within mobility.

Startuplab Mobility is an industry network for innovation within the mobility space and serves as a meeting point between start-up companies, corporates, public authorities, R&D, and industry organizations. The network will encourage innovation through sharing of insight, collaboration, and new partnerships.

Our focus area is land-based mobility, within the following categories:

  • Mobility-as-a-service: Car sharing services, ride sharing & on-demand, shared micro-mobility, E-scooters, Taxi-services, public transport.
  • Electrification: Charging SW and HW, light vehicles, batteries.
  • Logistics and delivery: Platforms, software, delivery-as-a-service, Smart home and storage
  • Autonomy: Vehicles & solutions, Sensors, testing
  • Connectivity and analytics: Mobility analytics, Proximity technology, analytics platform, construction technologies, Intelligent transport systems.

How we work

Our ambition is to contribute to the success of Norwegian start-up companies. We do this by facilitating new collaborations between the established and the new through introductions and pilot projects.

Furthermore, we assist in exposing Norwegian startups to relevant RnD, investors, and potential customer groups and partners. Both corporates and public actors. In this way, we want to accelerate the development of Norwegian mobility startups, strengthen the international opportunities and reduce “time to market”.

Mobility Test Arena Oslo

Institute of Transport Economics and Startuplab Mobility have joined forces to establish a test arena for pioneering efficient, safe and sustainable new solutions within urban mobility. In real environments.

The area extends from Majorstuen via Marienlyst and Blindern to Gaustad and Ullevaal stadium, as well as Radiumhospitalet, and is defined as Oslo Science City.

To ensure an effective framework for piloting, we’ve teamed up with Oslo Science City, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Oslo Municipality, ITS Norway, the University of Oslo and Oslo Science Park.

We can help you

  • Validate by assessing whether the pilot project is practically feasible and addresses mobility and logistics challenges.
  • Connect your pilot project with potential partners. Both with public actors, corporates, research institutes, and real end-users.
  • Navigate in available information on relevant regulatory and technological frameworks, and available soft funding.
  • and contribute to the exchange of experience and knowledge from national and international pilot projects and research environments.

Startup Mobility Partner Network

Get in touch

Marie Moi Lundstad

Head of Startuplab Mobility

marie@startuplab.no

+47 902 96 992

Gaustadalléen 21
0349 Oslo
Solheimsgaten 7c
5058 Bergen

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