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Twelve startups selected to collaborate with six world-leading Swedish companies

Updated: Sep 5, 2022

Source Date 8/06/2021.--

Today, the collaboration hub MobilityXlab announces the twelve startups selected to create and develop new innovations within future mobility together with six of Sweden's largest industrial companies. In this batch, DPella /Sweden, Deep Scenario/Germany, IVEX/Belgium, AgeVolt/Slovakia, Chargetrip/Netherlands, DataTor Lab/Sweden, Emsense/Sweden, Kontrol/Austria, RadChat/Sweden, Sekai/Malta, Lolo/Sweden, and Omen Technologies/Sweden have been given the opportunity after a thorough process.

The six founders of MobilityXlab: CEVT, Ericsson, Veoneer, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, and Zenseact, are looking forward to the collaboration.

– We are very pleased to welcome twelve new startups to MobilityXlab. These high-tech companies will be a great match for us six partners in our common pursuit of speeding up innovation to create cleaner, safer, and more efficient mobility solutions, says Johan Lundén, Senior Vice President Volvo Group, and Chairman at MobilityXlab.

This batch brings pioneering ideas within Affordable AI, Electromobility, Sensor Software Innovation, and In-Cabin Tech. The startups apply from all over the world, with zero equity involved.

– This is a fantastic opportunity for us at Dpella to work together with world-leading companies. We all share the same passion to bring data privacy to the future of the mobility industry, which can potentially help us as a startup to scale faster. MobilityXlab provides us with an agile work process that suits us as a startup well, comments Alejandro Russo, CEO, and co-founder at Dpella AB, Sweden.

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