The EcoLabs-Continental Urban Mobility Accelerator (ECUMA) Programme is jointly established by EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy and Continental Automotive Singapore. It aims to build a pipeline of products and services that are co-created by startups, SMEs and our industry partner Continental. With project funding and startup support up to SG$125K, the selected startup will pilot their solution at one of our global testbed sites to validate the technology’s performance and suitability for scaling up.

Looking for companies:

• in Automation, Automotive, Corporate Branding, Business Intelligence, Energy Efficiency, Environmental, Entrepreneur, Corporate Events, Fleet Management, Start-ups, Artificial Intelligence, Automobile, Clean Technology, Business Intelligence Tools, Vehicles, Electric Vehicles, Vehicle Tracking, Energy Management, Environmental Impact Assessment, GPS navigation, Green, Green Technology, Green IT, Intellectual Property, Green Living, Competitive Intelligence, Energy Sector, Energy Sectors, Corporate Development, Traffic Shaping, Carbon Footprinting, Carbon Reduction, Social Entrepreneurship, Car Rental, Corporate Venturing, Clean Energy, Energy & Cleantech, Cleantech, Environmental Sensors, Drones, Big Data, Green Energy, Startup Europe, Urban Mobility, Telecom, Energy Monitoring, Energy Storage, Grid Automation, EV Charging, Mobility, Road Transport, Vehicle Management, Vehicle Manufacturers, Corporate Services

• located in Africa, Asia, Australia/NZ, Caribbean, Eastern Europe, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America

About Continental
German multinational automotive parts manufacturing company, continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2019, Continental generated sales of €44.5 billion and currently employs about 240,000 people in 59 countries and markets