SMA is a 6-month program specifically designed for startups to collaborate with Samsung to bring innovative ideas to realization
Ferrovial, S.A., previously Grupo Ferrovial, is a Spanish multinational company that operates around the world involved in the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of transport infrastructure and urban services. It is launching a division on Mobility, in charge of providing solution for smart cities, from infrastructure to services to technologies (car sharing, IoT, smart city solutions). The symposium will touch on the following, among other topics: the future of mobility from the user's perspective, and infrastructures and technologies.
In this forum organized by Plastic Omnium with MIT, you’ll learn how generative artificial models are supporting the creation of new innovations and how emerging technologies can be adapted. You’ll also hear from experts on the impact of technology on mobility and how corporations, academia and startups can work together to tackle today’s challenges with the environment and energy transition while also offering people adapted and valuable means.
Faurecia FCM Liquid Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Team seeks startup with solutions to make possible liquid hydrogen storage for mobile application.
P&G is looking for a number of solutions to improve human-robot collaboration and safety. There are three distinct use cases: highly reliable object detection, deterministic localization for mobile robots, and highly reliable recognition of humans.
The call is for startups in mobility, materials, logistics, energy, smart factory and construction.
A $17B/year global leader in automotive technologies, Faurecia is anticipating all the challenges of a changing industry. With the help of strategic partnerships with companies, start-ups and academia within an open innovation ecosystem, Faurecia technologies address two key aspects of mobility: the Cockpit of the Future for a safer, more comfortable, and more intuitive experience in the cockpit of the future, and Sustainable Mobility for cleaner and more environmentally-friendly transportation around the world. Owns more than 300 assembly lines in the US.
Ingersoll Rand is seeking early stage technology to commercialize, with the aim of yielding more data connectivity and performance for productivity, efficiency, and sustainability improvements.