Sustainable Mobility Challenge with Airbus – why stop at zero?
Deadline: 31st May, 2021.
For: students, startups, research teams, corporates or just interested personalities from all over the world with a ground breaking, tangible idea on how to change the way we think mobility today towards zero or even negative emissions.
Airbus is in collaboration with the World Economic Forum strive to drive mobility-enabled prosperity whilst reducing environmental impact.
Mobility – a basis for economic prosperity – is in transformation from the core motive force of combustion engines, to hybrids, to several types of electrification. New systems bring opportunities and challenges requiring changes for example in energy supply and infrastructure.
Indeed why stop at zero-emission mobility?
We invite you, whether from academia, research, a startup, an established business or as an individual, to submit a tangible idea that contributes to environmentally neutral or even negative mobility.
Apply here for the sustainable mobility challenge 2021 from 12 to 15 July 2021 and take the opportunity to demonstrate your solution to the world at the IAA MOBILITY conference from 7 to 12 September 2021 in Munich.
What they are looking for
Airbus and the World Economic Forum are looking for game changing, innovative, tangible ideas alongside the following criteria:
- A real issue of global relevance solved that many people worldwide can connect with
- Something scalable, positively impactful.
- Highly original, ideas not seen much before
- An idea with market viability and the potential to improve the state of the World.
You think you have such an idea or solution?
Find out more about the various opportunities to showcase and further develop your idea together with Airbus at the sustainable mobility challenge 2021 and at the IAA MOBILITY on the event website. We invite you, whether from academia, research, a start-up, an established business or as an individual, to submit a tangible idea that contributes to environmentally neutral or even negative mobility.