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Are there any free charging units at the charging station? The young Nuremberg company Smart City System is developing and expanding a sensor system to provide the answers to these questions in an app.
After the successful start of the start-up Incubator, five new start-ups have joined the fray in the second round. Their services range from intelligent charging stations to a parking assistant for parking garages.
The Baltic is developing into a new start-up hot spot. The Gläserne Manufaktur invites the start-up CarVertical into its incubator.
The first class of the Gläserne Manufaktur start-up Incubator can look back on a successful time in Dresden. Follow-on projects are in place for almost all of the six founders. And some of them wish to stay on in Dresden.
It needs to be reliable, ubiquitous and user-friendly. However, poor charging infrastructure is currently one of the biggest obstacles preventing electromobility from breaking through to the mass market. Luckily this is about to change.
The Smart City System start-up is part of the first class Volkswagen Future Mobility incubator programme in Dresden. It is digitalising parking spaces in the centre of Dresden – a revolution for local transport around the city.
Many parents drive their children from appointment to appointment – often several times a day. As this can quickly become very stressful, the French start-up Zouzoucar wants to offer a way out of this situation now.