EIT Urban Mobility is pleased to announce the support of Bosch’s challenge-based open innovation programme “digital.auto”. This strategic collaboration aims to support Bosch and its partners in identifying innovative solutions and engaging the brightest developers to drive the future of mobility.
The Co-Creation Challenge “digital.auto” is a worldwide programme that welcomes participants from all corners of the globe. It serves as a platform for talented developers to showcase their skills and contribute to the evolution of mobility. Bosch together with its partners aims to facilitate the discovery of groundbreaking ideas and accelerate their implementation in the mobility sector.
The exploration and application phase of the challenge are scheduled in July 2023, allowing participants to submit their innovative concepts and solutions until end of August 2023. The programme will run through an exciting journey of development, collaboration, and refinement until the final presentation in February 2024.
This collaboration between EIT Urban Mobility and Bosch represents an exceptional opportunity for individuals and teams worldwide to contribute their expertise and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of mobility. Together, we can push the boundaries of innovation and create sustainable, efficient, and inclusive mobility solutions that will positively impact urban environments.
As soon as the challenge goes live, all details will be published on our Mobility Innovation Marketplace. To ensure that you stay up-to-date with all the latest information regarding the “digital.auto” Co-Creation Challenge, we encourage you to subscribe to our Mobility Innovation Marketplace newsletter.
Together, let’s drive the future of mobility!
Bosch is a global technology leader and provider of innovative solutions across various sectors, including mobility, industrial technology, consumer goods, and energy and building technology. With its extensive experience and expertise, Bosch plays a crucial role in driving advancements in mobility and shaping the future of transportation.
For any questions, around this programme, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Philipp Schmitz, Business Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org