Urban Mobility Program

Urban Mobility (Pre)Accel

programme for startups in the Urban Mobility field

This activity is supported by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union. The program is free of charge and is by Iceberg, Spherik and FZM.


Iceberg+ as an innovation and technology transfer consulting company with expertise in European and national projects, manages the CITT-I4T technology transfer center specialized in Smart City, Industry 4.0 and e-Health, founded the FIT Digital Innovation Hub. It manages the EIT Manufacturing Romanian Hub and coordinated the EIT InnoEnergy Romanian Hub (2019-2020).


The Romanian Federation of Metropolitan Areas and Urban Aglomeration is a non-governmental organization supporting the polycentric development of metropolitan areas and aglomerations through territorial, social and economic cohesion. In partnership with the Association for Metropolitan Mobility (AMM), have implemented the “METROPOLITAN” project supporting the Municipalities public transport infrastructures.


Spherik, as the first romanian accelerator and Best Romanian Acceleration program, StartupEurope Ambassador in Romania in 2018 and founder of the CEE Startup Network in 2019 under Commissioner Maryia Gabriel, coordinates since 2013 one of the most representative community of entrepreneurs, companies, investors and universities supporting the regional ecosystem of innovative startups.


EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, aims to accelerate solutions and the transition towards a user-centric, integrated and truly multimodal transport system. As the leading European innovation community for urban mobility, EIT Urban Mobility works to avoid fragmentation by facilitating collaboration between cities, industry, academia, research and innovation to solve the most pressing mobility challenges of cities. Using cities as living labs, its industry, research and university partners will demonstrate how new technologies can work to solve real problems in real cities by transporting people, goods and waste in smarter ways.

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