HIPA, Design Terminal looking for startups with innovative automotive solutions


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Leading players in the automotive industry are looking for innovative solutions to real challenges at the HIPA and Design Terminal bootcamp, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

This fall, a joint initiative of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) and Design Terminal will seek answers to the challenges of the automotive industry's biggest players, with major companies such as Audi Hungaria, Continental, Jaguar - Land Rover and Thyssenkrupp joining the initiative. The HIPA Innovation Bootcamp - powered by Design Terminal aims to boost collaborations between automotive giants and emerging companies, thus strengthening Hungary's role in the automotive industry. 

Automotive players have already defined their challenges before the recruitment launch, and startups can apply until September 19 to solve them. In addition to user experience, self-driving, V2X, simulation, connected living, sustainability, software development, efficiency, and extra convenience are the keywords of the recruitment.

During the three-day innovation program, experts will help startups to bring real solutions to existing automotive challenges through workshops and individual mentoring sessions.

The selected startups will participate in the HIPA Innovation Bootcamp on October 4 and 5, and will finally present their solutions at the Demo Day on October 6.

Registration is available here.


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