Mobility Lab, a startup programme to help market and scale innovative prototypes in the field of mobility, announced on Tuesday that it has selected 19 startups, out of a total of 42, for Mobility Lab 2022.
Founded in 2017, Mobility Lab was originally an initiative of ‘De Verkeersonderneming’, which in recent years focused on better accessibility of the Rotterdam region. In addition to the municipality of Rotterdam, the innovative mobility programme in the south of the Netherlands SmartwayZ.NL and the province of Limburg are also partners.
This year, the province of Utrecht will also join the programme as a partner. Mobility Lab aims to improve mobility and make it more sustainable with innovative startups.
For the 6th edition of Mobility Lab, startups registered from the Netherlands as well as abroad. Ultimately, 19 Dutch and international startups were selected for the nine-month programme. 10 startups are from the Netherlands and the other participants are from Belgium, the UK, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Turkey, Singapore, and the US. The startups will test their innovative solutions in the regions of Rotterdam, Noord-Brabant, Limburg, or Utrecht.