Minespider to collaborate with industry leaders on future mobility solutions

Minespider to continue developing Battery Passports together with companies such as CEVT, Ericsson, Polestar, Veoneer, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, Zenseact.
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Minespider, a company offering a sustainable supply chain network and solution to enable future electrical mobility through its Battery Passports, is now a part of the MobilityXlab accelerator, based in Sweden. During the next six months, the Minespider team will work on joint future mobility solutions together with a number of world-leading industry partners: CEVT, Ericsson, Polestar, Veoneer, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, and Zenseact.

Collaboration between industry leaders and startups is important as it helps to create climate-neutral vehicles faster. Each of the eight startups selected by MobilityXlab is developing innovations focused on the future of mobility. In every application period, startups are scouted and selected based on the needs of its industry partners. This year, sustainability has been in the focus, as MobilityXlab’s partner companies aim to be at the forefront of climate-neutral transportation. Minespider’s Battery Passports are the digital representation of the EV battery that enables a shift to more sustainable critical mineral sourcing, full regulatory compliance, and decarbonization, by collecting and transferring data about battery materials across the whole life cycle.

"We are thrilled to announce that Minespider has been selected to participate in MobilityX Labs. This is a significant milestone for our company, and we are honored to be among the selected startups. We see this opportunity as a launching point for the next phase of our growth and look forward to working closely with the industry leaders to bring our cutting-edge technology to the forefront of the automotive industry. We are proud to be part of this program and are excited to see the impact we can make in the EV revolution." - stated Nathan Williams, Co-founder and CEO at Minespider.

Other startups joining MobilityXlab are: Battrion (Switzerland), CanaryBit (Sweden), Klimator (Sweden), Opteran (United Kingdom), Reselo (Sweden), TripleBlind (United States), Viaduct (United States). Since its foundation five years ago, in 2017, MobilityXlab’s success relies on the closeness to its world-leading industry partners, as their representatives are involved in every part of the organization, from screening new applicants to leading the collaboration programs. As a result, the program has received more than 800 applications from startups in over 50 countries.

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