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Mobility Goes International
ESCP-4i Status: 
Preparation Phase - Strand1
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Partnership duration
17 months
Number of partners
Number of SMEs involved
Targeted third countries
United States

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.

Sectoral Industries: 
Transportation and Logistics
Technology Fields: 
ELECTRONICS, IT AND TELECOMMSIT and Telematics ApplicationsApplications for Transport and Logistics
S3 EU priority areas: 
Transporting & storageRoad transport & related services
Emerging industries: 
Mobility Technologies
Partnership planned events: 
Target GroupTypeEstimated DateCountryCity
Cluster Organisations
Open to SMEs
Matchmaking Event
Cluster Organisations
Open to SMEs
Open to SMEs
Matchmaking Event
Cluster Organisations
Open to SMEs
Cluster Organisations
Open to SMEs
Matchmaking Event
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MobiGoIn's "European Strategic Cluster Partnership" will lead to the consolidation of international clusters' cooperation in the Mobility field, specially targeting clusters and companies that develop user-friendly, intelligent, multimodal and cooperative transport and mobility systems implementing SAT-NAV technologies, ICT and digital media solutions.

The project partners have complementary fields of expertise and a considerable experience in international projects and European consortia; MobiGoIn partners cover the necessary perspectives to deal with the most relevant activities foreseen in the project.

The Partnership will be in charge of the definition of the “MobiGoIn Partnership Agreement”, a document convening objectives, modalities of cooperation and an agenda of a long-term and sustainable collaboration among partner clusters. In order to do so, the Partnership will carry out activities such as the scouting and identification of new possible clusters to be included in the ESCP; the definition of interests, modalities of collaboration and roles of cooperation among the partners and a long-term cooperation agenda; and the identification of possible and additional public/private co-financing opportunities to assure a long-term cooperation project. It will also promote and participate to events addressed to find new partners/customers and market-entry facilitators from new countries with target markets.

MobiGoIn Partnership will contribute:

  • to fulfil the expectations of the European Commission and, specifically, COSME and EASME, regarding the objectives of the Cluster Go International Call for proposals devoted to develop European Strategic Cluster Partnerships (ESCPs) for improving network conditions for the competitiveness and sustainability of European SMEs;
  • to strengthen the opportunities for a fruitful cooperation between clusters and their members;
  • to foster stakeholders’ engagement in creating a wide ecosystem across Europe that will lay the foundations for a constructive collaboration between SMEs from different European cities and other third countries.

For a quick insight of the project's final event and its results look at this video: MobiGoIn Results

Other key partners or networks your partnership is linked with in Europe and in third countries: 

Partnership composition

Name Sector/Technology fields Country Regions Total no. of members Total no. of SME
Baden Württemberg: Connected e.V. Business Services, Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Information Technology/Informatics, Internet of Things

Digital AgendaICT trust, cyber security & network security, Digital AgendaIntelligent inter-modal & sustainable urban areas (e.g. smart cities)

Creative Industries, Digital Industries
Germany Stuttgart 618 449
MOV'EO Automotive, Transportation and Logistics

Component integration, Planning and security

Sustainable innovationSmart green & integrated transport systems, Transporting & storageRoad transport & related services

Digital Industries, Logistical Services
France Île de France 510 366
Fondazione Torino Wireless Automotive, Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Digital Systems, Digital Representation, Information Technology/Informatics

Digital AgendaIntelligent inter-modal & sustainable urban areas (e.g. smart cities), Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)Information service activities

Digital Industries, Mobility Technologies
Italy Piemonte 320 229
Media Evolution Southern Sweden Communications Equipment and Services, Marketing, Design, and Publishing

Computer Games, Computer Technology/Graphics, Meta Computing

Creative, cultural arts & entertainment:Creative, arts & entertainment activities, Cultural and creative industriesDevelopment of regional cultural & creative industries

Creative Industries, Digital Industries
Sweden Sydsverige 410 370