Over 100 Start-ups from 44 countries take part in the Emovis Mobility 2025 Challenge

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16 Jun 2021
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Atlantia’s commitment to use innovation as a growth lever is reflected in how the subsidiaries of the group operate. In this perspective, the subsidiary Abertis promotes sustainable and efficient mobility initiatives, helping to eliminate traditional toll barriers, and introducing new systems that reduce congestion, pollution, and accidents, which results in a better customer service.

Emovis, an Abertis’ subsidiary dedicated to designing, implementing, and managing technology and information services for electronic tolling and intelligent mobility solutions, is proud to announce that 108 start-up companies, operating across 14 different industries and spanning 44 countries, have entered the inaugural Emovis Mobility 2025 Challenge. 

The first prize, consisting in a total of €10,000 in funding, as well as exclusive access to Emovis’ global sales channels, with the potential for Emovis to invest up to €100,000 in the development of the market-ready solution, has been awarded this year to the startup MotionPass. MotionPass is a platform that connects car drivers in a specific location, with the businesses and services nearby, allowing them to find, order and pay for services instantly while consumption happens “on-the-go”

Thanks to this competition Emovis is walking the talk on promoting innovative thinking and doing, by encouraging companies to explore and develop innovative experiences in road mobility and transport over the next five years.

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