Anyone who knows us knows that co-creation is an important topic at MOIA. Right from the start we did not develop our service isolated on the drawing board, but collaboratively with you - our customers and partners. What do you need? What do you want? What is your claim to (changed) mobility? We collect the answers to these questions at our co-creation events, on social media, with the users of our service test run in Hanover or in our many discussions with traffic partners, politicians and city planners - you and all of them help us to improve MOIA continuously.
Therefore, we thought: Why not make the CeBIT a co-creation festival? We invite you to visit us at our booth that we share with various digital Volkswagen initiatives in hall 25 and hope you bring your thoughts and ideas. Let's talk about how we can create more freedom of movement for all and at the same time reduce noise and air pollution. How do we manage to create better mobility while reducing traffic? What mobility alternatives do we have to create so that more people leave their cars?
At our booth, you can meet the people behind MOIA. And for those who have not experienced MOIA in person yet, we have prepared a VR experience: just sit in the original seats of the MOIA vehicle, put on Oculus Go glasses and go on a discovery tour. Of course, we want to know exactly how you liked our MOIA vehicle, the first purpose-built vehicle designed for ride-sharing. Share your impressions with us!
In return, we would like to share our thoughts and ideas with you. That's why we will engage in various talks, discussions and workshops at our booth every CeBIT day. We will talk about how MOIA's co-creation process works, how we can drive the future of mobility together with the cities, and how the collaboration between the startup and the Group can succeed. In addition, some people from MOIA’s team will be present at the 'Volkswagen Summit' and spend a full day discussing the future of urban living, working and mobility with experts from science, politics and technology.
Additionally, the next startup meetup will take place during CeBIT. Stephan Dörner from t3n Magazin moderates a panel talk with Digital Minister Bernd Althusmann, Florian Nöll from the Federal Association of German Startups e.V., Ole Harms from MOIA and other interesting guests. Following, we will meet with web workers, coders, designers, startup makers, business angels, investors and media makers for a get together at the Monkeys in Hannover.
Find all MOIA dates at a glance below.
We look forward to your ideas - let's make the CeBIT 2018 co-creation festival!
Hall 25 / Open Space Volkswagen booth
12.06.18, 14: 15h - 14: 45h;
Michael Fischer, MOIA
Talk: How to develop future mobility together with cities.
13.06.18, 14: 15h - 14: 45h;
Sven Hertel, Stuti Pandey, MOIA
Talk: How a start-up collaborates with a large corporation.
14.06.18, 14: 15h - 14: 45h;
Christian Rosen, MOIA
Talk: How to develop a product with your customers.
15.06.18, 14: 15: 00h - 15: 15h;
Panel Discussion: How much co-creation does mobility need?
12.06.18, 11: 55h - 12: 15h; Job & Career Stage 1
Ole Harms, MOIA
Talk: Reimagine urban mobility with you: How digital mobility services by MOIA wants to change the way how we move and live in future cities.
12.06.18, 14: 45h - 15: 15h; Grand Central Stage
Ole Harms, MOIA
Talk: How to make cities more livable places at the MOIA.
12.06.18, 16: 40h - 17: 30h; Grand Central Stage
Felix Breitstadt, MOIA
Panel discussion on "Autonomous Driving"
13.06.18, 15:30 - 16: 30h; Expert stage
Ole Harms, MOIA
Panel Discussion: "Start.up Niedersachsen"
13.06.18, 16: 00h - 17: 00h; Booth of ideation: hub
Leonhard von Harrach, MOIA
Talk: What are investors expecting from start-ups?
14.06.18, 10: 30h - 11: 00h; Expert stage
Robert Henrich, MOIA
Talk: MOIA Ridesharing - Returning Cities to the people