NeMo project wins prestigious mobility award in the MOBI Grand Challenge
This month we’re celebrating the NeMo project, which has won a prestigious award for its work on creating the foundation for interoperable electro-mobility services.
MOBI is a non-profit smart mobility consortium working with more than 100 forward-thinking companies, governments and NGOs to make mobility services more efficient, affordable, greener, safer and less congested by accelerating the adoption of blockchain, distributed ledger and related technologies in the mobility industry.
As a part of these efforts, the MOBI Grand Challenge was launched in 2018 and its dedicated MOBI Grand Challenge 2 Citopia explored new solutions for human mobility to create smarter and greener cities and improve overall quality of life.
And so, at the Challenge’s awards ceremony held in Los Angeles in November 2019, the EU-funded NeMo (Hyper-Network for electromobility) project earned first place in the ‘Most feasible’ category due to the project’s efforts to create an open and distributed ecosystem to enable the seamless interoperability of electro-mobility services.
A big congratulations to the NeMo team from everyone at CORDIS!
“The decentralised NeMo “Hyper-Network” enables the seamless interoperability of electromobility services among actors, who can easily interact, create innovative composite services and provide them via the open cloud marketplace.”