Up to £100,000 funding for Air Quality and Mobility innovations

Does your innovation solve key air quality and mobility challenges? Apply and bid for £100k in SME funding.

Innovators, start-ups and SMEs have until 27 March 2020 to submit their disruptive air quality and mobility solutions as part of the SIMULATE Live Lab programme.

If you can help solve one of the key urban challenges outlined below, you may be able to apply for up to £100k to develop your innovation within the supportive framework and environment of the SIMULATE Accelerator.

Winners will be selected from a focused bidding process culminating in a pitching event. Successful SMEs will be invited onto a bespoke, six-month incubation programme to develop their solutions with product development and technical mentorship.

Air Quality 

Can your innovation improve air quality by removing or reducing the amount of harmful pollutants emitted by the transport industry? Your innovation might do this through air scrubbing, filtration, tackling congestion, promoting environmentally-friendly mobility or encouraging behaviour change and the use of public transport.

You can find the Programme information pack, and Application form for air quality here. 

Mobility 

SIMULATE's mobility challenges identify four key areas within which game-changing companies are innovating. If you're working in clean community, dynamic connections, rapid transit or behaviour change and integration, we want to hear from you.

You can find the Programme information pack, and Application form for mobility here. 

If you have a question about this opportunity, please contact Programme Manager Jake Harrison: jake.harrison@amey.co.uk

 

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