Summary and objectives
MobiGoIn – Mobility Goes International – aims to establish a Smart Mobility focused European Strategic Clusters Partnership to promote clusters’ internationalisation by developing a joint strategy aimed at supporting SMEs in their internationalisation process across and beyond Europe. The Partnership seeks also to intensify clusters and networks’ collaboration across borders, breaking sectorial boundaries.
MobiGoIn focuses in a cross-sectoral approach regarding a sustainable, smart and safe mobility in metropolitan areas, achieved through the implementation of solutions and systems for intelligent and cooperative transport, intermodal and sustainable mobility for the citizens, and sustainable urban freight logistics.
MobiGoIn partners collectively constitute a high profile partnership fully capable of achieving all project objectives, thanks to a right mix of competences and expertise. The Consortium is formed by four clusters located in four different European countries: Fondazione Torino Wireless (TOWL), an Italian innovation and technological cluster focus on ICT and Smart Cities and Communities; Bwcon, a German technological cluster on ICT for Baden-Württemberg’s traditional industrial sectors; Mov’eo, a French mobility R&D competitiveness cluster; and Media Evolution, a southern Swedish technological cluster on media industries. MobiGoIn Consortium represents a total of circa 1100 SMEs, which will be involved in the definition of the activities of MobiGoIn’s Internationalisation Strategy, which will dictate the services and actions Clusters will follow in order to support and strengthen the competitiveness of SMEs in the international Smart Mobility Market.
The project MobiGoIn intends to carry out a set of activities aimed at identifying and developing a joint internationalisation strategy (consisting of a partnership agreement, an internationalisation strategy plan and an implementation roadmap). During the project, the Clusters’ SMEs, that have competences and expertise in the mobility market, have been analysed in order to identify their needs and define a strategic plan to prepare them and accompany them in approaching new smart mobility markets. The target markets are China, USA, Canasa, Malaysia and Singapore. They emerged from intelligence gathering activities and a collaborative analysis carried out by MobiGoIn Clusters, their SMEs and other stakeholders with international experience in the Smart Mobility sector.