SurPlus Map integrates data from different sources in a map interface to help energy companies, local/regional governments, and charge points operators work together, as a team, on building widely accessible and connected charging infrastructure.
Sparkpark AS is a Norwegian company serving the global market with green technology. Its product portfolio consists of Happy City®, an IoT solution for micromobility vehicles parking, and a fleet of electric kickscooters and electric bikes.
Asistobe develops a frontend platform for public transport planners that helps to align public transport plans with anticipated future demand in cities, shifting the planning approach from reactive to predictive with the power of AI and BigData.
Hydrolift Smart-City Ferries AS, Hyke, is a Norwegian zero-emission waterborne mobility start-up. It aims to help cities solve pollution and congestion problems by deploying networks of zero emission electric, autonomous ferries for mobility and last-mile logistics.
Whee! is a B2C cargo bike subscription service, offering car alternative utility e-bikes to families and urban households (care takers, often women), and
providing them with a premium utility bike for personal use 24/7, set up to fit their family and with insurance and all maintenance included.
Sensorita aims to streamline waste collection by measuring waste fill-levels in dumpsters. Full overview over container capacity, where they are located and collection forecasts, enables waste companies to automize and streamline their operations.
CityQ has developed a state-of-the-art “Car-eBike” (4-wheel e-bike with weather protection) with a built-in IOT-based platform facilitating a) automatic ride- and safety control, b) remote rental, and c) over-the-air software updates.
Making a weather protected 4 wheel high tech ebike – platform. The modular platform enables easy making of a range of customized, super light vehicles – for cargo or passenger transport. Comfort, safety, flexibility like a car, but legally a bike.
Nivel enables cities to regulate shared el-scooters, regaining control of the public ground, by delivering a digital regulation tool, employing 2-way data sharing and microtransactions as incentives.
Zeabuz develops technology that will enable urban, zero-emission passenger ferries to be operated unmanned, anywhere, 24/7.