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The logotypes of all Drive Sweden Partners.

The Drive Sweden innovation program is funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, the Swedish Research Council Formas and Sweden’s innovation agency VINNOVA. Lindholmen Science Park is the host for the program.

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  • 2getthere

    2getthere delivers autonomous vehicle systems, carrying over 14 million passengers in various permanent applications since 1997. The vehicles can operate as an Automated People Mover on dedicated lanes or as an Autonomous Shuttle in mixed traffic. 2getthere’s vehicles are truly driverless as they operate without safety steward or host on-board. 2getthere’s leading proprietary technology includes the supervisory system TOMS (Transit Operations Monitoring and Supervision) as well as the FORCES vehicle controls that have been delivered for applications in theme parks and ports also, ensuring over 100 million driven kilometers to date.The company has offices in the Netherlands, Singapore, Dubai and the USA.  

  • 4Dialog's logotype.


    4Dialog is a Swedish/American tech company specialized in gaming technology for advanced visualizations of urban development and transportation projects. Delivering 4D simulation models – a virtual counterpart of a physical site including buildings, terrain, infrastructure, vegetation and time simulations – new buildings and transit systems are visualized in an easy to grasp, highly detailed, life-like environment. The technology helps better communicate new ideas and developments, such as autonomous transit, geofencing, control systems and all types of building projects, in a way that is easy to understand and relate to. 4Dialog has extensive experience within shared transport and autonomous transit simulations. They are also the driving force behind UIDC, an international student design competition working to ease the implementation of sustainable transit solutions.

  • AFRY

    Afry is an engineering and consulting company with assignments in the energy, industrial and infrastructure sectors, creating progress for our clients since 1895.

    By connecting technologies we provide profitable, innovative, and sustainable solutions to shape the future and improve people’s lives.

    Building on our strong base in Europe, our business and clients are found all over the world.

  • Aiden's logotype.


    Aiden is the world's first pure software product that connects vehicles with the rest of the world - regardless of brand. We enable bi-directional communication directly with Aidenabled™ vehicles for maximum flexibility in how data is configured and what it is applied to. Our product is built for data privacy regulations at its core, and with end-to-end encryption and native consent management we ensure that you always are in complete control over your data. Join our movement to finally let vehicles participate in the connected world to the fullest.

  • AND

    AND provides worldwide digital maps and location-based services. The company focuses on automatic and real time HD Map creation and updates via MapFusion.  MapFusion is a technology to create automatic and real-time HD Map up-dates from vehicle sensors which in turn optimizes drive assist functions, improve safety, comfort for the driver and ultimately autonomous driving. AND is quoted on Euronext Amsterdam and one of only four companies that offer worldwide proprietary digital map data and the only independent one. 

  • Apparkingspot

    Apparkingspot is a unique parking platform, that allows individuals, businesses and car park operators to advertise and rent their unused and under-utilised parking to gain additional revenue. In turn this allows drivers to search and pre-book parking at car parks, hotels, near airports, sporting events and private driveways with average saving of 50% over other available parking. In addition to providing more affordable parking Apparkignsppot also reduces time spent searching for a parking space thus reduces carbon emissions.

  • Applied Autonomy

    Applied Autonomy delivers knowledge, solutions and services for autonomous transportation. The company offers services for operation and implementation of pilots, tests and demonstrations of autonomous vehicles. In accordance, Applied Autonomy develops necessary control systems that will help implementing autonomous traffic for the future. Control system services includes Integration of autonomous vehicles in public transport, 5G utilized services, smart analysis of road conditions with event handling, autonomous vehicle management and usage of autonomous vehicles as a sensor.

  • Arthur D. Little

    Arthur D. Little has supported clients to get to and remain at the forefront of innovation since 1886. We link strategy, innovation, and transformation to offer inventive solutions to help our clients deal with major disruptions. Pairing deep industry knowledge with creative thinking and analytical rigour, we tackle the most complex business issues while delivering sustainable results to their businesses.

  • AstaZero

    AstaZero is the world’s first full-scale test environment for future road safety. What sets it apart is that the different traffic environments make it possible to test advanced safety systems and their functions for all kinds of traffic and traffic situations. AstaZero is an open facility, accessible for all partners both inside and outside of the DriveSweden organization.

  • Atkins

    Atkins is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. We build long-term trusted partnerships to create a world where lives are enriched through the implementation of our ideas. Our skills lie in the expansive area of infrastructure as well as in our experience of working for a broad range of clients, including national and local governments and the commercial sector. The social and environmental framework of our work is crucial, and we view all our projects in the context of the communities in which they are delivered.

  • atlatec's logo.


    atlatec is a mapping company and creates "digital twins" of real-life road data: HD 3D models of public/private roads, proving grounds etc. are provided in a broad range of formats for use in simulation or for real-time localization of autonomous vehicles. Additionally, atlatec offers a proprietary localization system and recreation of real-life traffic data for simulation purposes.

  • AustriaTech's logo.


    Digitisation, automation and decarbonisation not only have an impact our mobility behaviour, they also change our societal model. AustriaTech supports the active shaping of these transformation processes in the field of mobility. As a consultative agency and as an go-between between politics, industry and research, we show possible courses of action to make transport more sustainable, efficient and safe.

  • Autoliv

    Autoliv, Inc. is the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, and through its subsidiaries develops and manufactures automotive safety systems for all major automotive manufacturers in the world. Together with its joint ventures, Autoliv has more than 80 facilities with more than 68,000 employees in 27 countries. In addition, the company has 22 technical centers in nine countries around the world, with 20 test tracks, more than any other automotive safety supplier.

  • Auve Tech's logotype.

    Auve Tech

    Auve Tech provides a full scope service that entails the development, manufacturing and integration of autonomous last-mile vehicles. Currently, the service is focused on passenger transportation and can be used for extending the public transportation network or solving commuting bottle necks in campuses, gated communities, service terminals etc. Auve Tech offers a rental model for the autonomous fleets that entails their integration and also the (tele)operation. Our main goal is to offer the most flexible, sustainable and cost-effective solution.


  • AWS – Amazon Web Services

    Cloud technology will be the backbone infrastructure for the Smart, Connected and Sustainable Cities of the future. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is enabling automotive companies, partners and cities implement smart mobility and transportation systems that use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move more quickly, cheaply, and efficiently.  Our secure, agile and scalable platform helps millions of customers accelerate the pace of innovation, improve security posture and lower IT cost structure. AWS Sweden region opened in December 2018!

  • Berge

    Berge consulting is a full stack consultancy firm making significant change for our customers. We help our clients creating significant change by working with exponential technologies like deep learning and extended realities approaching problems with design thinking. In a world where technology evolves faster than ever before we believe design thinking is the layer creating meaningful impact.

  • Bestmile

    Bestmile’s Fleet Orchestration Platform empowers mobility providers to deploy, manage and optimize autonomous and human-driven vehicle fleets, supporting time-basedand on-demand services, regardless of the vehicle brand or type. The Bestmile platform allows operators to support multi-service offerings in a safe and efficient manner by integrating new mobility services in the existing transportation ecosystem. Bestmile’s Fleet Orchestration Platform is being used daily throughout the world in shared autonomous and human-driven fleets in pedestrian areas and on public roads. Incorporated in 2014, Bestmile has global offices in San Francisco (USA) and Lausanne (Switzerland).


  • Beverly Hills

    Beverly Hills is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States, surrounded by the cities of Los Angeles and West Hollywood. In April 2016, the Beverly Hills City Council passed a resolution to create autonomous vehicles for public transportation within the next decade. Then Mayor John Mirisch has said this is one of his top priorities during his tenure as mayor. "This is a game-changer for Beverly Hills and, we hope, for the region," said Mirisch in the press release. "Beverly Hills is the perfect community to take the lead to make this technology a reality. It is now both feasible and safe for autonomous cars to be on the road."

  • Bil Sweden's logo.

    BIL Sweden

    BIL Sweden is the Swedish trade association for manufacturers and importers of passenger cars, trucks and buses. The member companies account for around 97 percent of new vehicle sales in Sweden. BIL Sweden's vision for the year 2030 is long-term sustainable mobility and transport solutions.



  • Bombardier's logo.


    We cover the full spectrum of rail solutions, ranging from trains to sub-systems and signalling to complete turnkey transport systems, e-mobility technology and data-driven maintenance services. Combining technology and performance with empathy, Bombardier Transportation continuously breaks new ground in sustainable mobility by providing integrated solutions that create substantial benefits for operators, passengers and the environment.

    Bombardier Transportation employs around 40,650 people and its products and services operate in over 60 countries.

  • Bumbee Labs logotyp.

    Bumbee Labs

    At Bumbee Labs, we strive to help organizations better understand how people move about by providing location analytics based on Wi-Fi technology. Our passion lies in creating the possibility for businesses to numerically measure how people move around in order to allow for optimization in countless areas including public transport and urban development. We believe that data is the foundation for every good decision where the full picture is revealed when indoor and outdoor metrics are measured and presented together. By helping public transport agencies and city managers, we are able to create smarter societies that can reach their full potential through mobility optimization, ultimately benefitting both organizations and commuters alike. Our method and data is officially approved by The Swedish Data Protection Authority.

  • Bzzt!

    Small taxipods – for short trips in big cities. Riding with us will only cost you 3 öre per meter (30 SEK/km). That is ridiculously cheaper than going in an old-style taxi! We are also the world´s first ”Bra Miljöval” labeled taxi company. Our pods are powered by electricity and don’t emit any exhaust gases at all. Feel free to download the Bzzt app and take a ride! (So far you’ll find us in Stockholm. But that’s just the beginning.)

  • Cabonline

    Cabonline Group (former Fågelviksgruppen) was founded in 1989 and is one of Europes leading technology and service provider to the taxi- and transportation industry. In Sweden and Norway 3.500 transporters are contracted with together around 6.500 vehicles under different brands such as Taxi Kurir, Taxi 020, Norgestaxi, TOPCAB and Taxi Skåne. Through Cabonline Group, the transporters and drivers get attractive customer contracts, leading high technology platforms as well as access to scale advantages and infrastructure. Cabonline Group has yearly sales of est. 5.000 MSEK (2015) and handles approximately 20 million trips a year.

  • Carmenta

    Carmenta is a software company offering high-performance products, solutions and systems for situational awareness and command and control (C2) applications. Our solutions can be found within road/air/marine traffic, government, emergency response, public safety and defence markets. Carmenta technology is used in mission critical systems all over the world and with 30 years of experience, our technology is characterized by high performance, high availability, ease of use, openness and scalability.

  • CEVT

    Developing Cars for a different tomorrow. CEVT is an innovation center for the future cars of the Geely Group with the purpose of being at the forefront of new developments in the automotive industry. The whole industry is now undergoing a transformation with new ways of thinking about the car as a product. CEVT is a fast growing, fast moving and exciting company where no day is like the other – where the challenges of tomorrow is on our working table today. CEVT currently consists of some 2000 people with offices in Gothenburg and Trollhättan in Sweden. CEVT currently works on projects for the car brands Volvo Cars, Geely Auto and Lynk & Co. CEVT is a subsidiary of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group.

  • CH2M

    CH2M is a global engineering and project delivery company partnering with public and private clients to tackle the world's most complex infrastructure and natural resource challenges. The firm's work is concentrated in the water, transportation, energy, environment and industrial markets. CH2M has gross revenues of $5.4 billion, has 22,000 employees and is a specialist in program, construction and operations management and design. CH2M has over 3.700 staff in Europe and has recently committed to the Swedish market by setting up a Swedish business based in our new Stockholm office. 

  • Chalmers University of Technology

    Chalmers is a highly progressive university situated in Gothenburg, Sweden. From this beautiful and dynamic part of the world we have become known locally and globally for education, research and innovation with a wide range of applications.

  • Clean Motion's logotype.

    Clean Motion

    We are a Swedish electric vehicle company that started about ten years ago, because we thought the automotive industry isn't doing enough in the shift towards sustainable transportation. And because we were convinced, we could do it better. We are obsessed with energy efficiency and believe in small, light and efficient vehicles with maximal usability and minimal need for expensive batteries. As we've been developing and producing the sustainable vehicle called Zbee (mainly for short urban trips), we gained a lot of insight from customers and the last-mile market that led us to the conclusion to develop the ideal last-mile delivery van. Re:volt, is a highly energy-efficient delivery vehicle with an innovative solar roof that adds up to 100 km extra range per day.

  • Cogo's logotype.


    Cogo collects all shared vehicles in one app and searches hundreds of operators for environmentally friendly shared vehicles near you. Cogo does the work for you to find manual or electric scooters, bicycles, cars and mopeds in more than 500 cities worldwide. You no longer need to switch between multiple apps, just open Cogo to see which shared vehicles are nearby and easily pick the operator of your choice and you can leave in a few seconds. Cogo is free to use and can be downloaded to iPhone and Android.

  • Conigitals logotyp.


    Launched in 2015, Conigital is a Driverless AI scaleup who connect, automate and optimise transport in some of the world's busiest and most complex environments. Utilising AI and machine learning, we have developed software that makes transport networks seamless, autonomous, and user friendly. Our highly scalable platform unifies all vehicle types, and legacy systems, to build a digitized and truly connected mobility network. Accessibility, independence, and inclusivity for the visually impaired, less abled and aged population, sits at the heart of what we do.

  • Consat

    Success through innovation - Consat is a world leader offering innovative products and engineering services in the Automotive, Industrial Technologies, Information Technology, Energy, Life Science and ITS for Public Transportation industries. We are unique in our ability to provide technical solutions and implement cross-functional projects and assignments with great width and depth. Our strong market position has been earned through our years of industry specific experience and highly competent and creative employees.

  • Deloitte AB

    Deloitte is a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services. Our network of member firms in more than 150 countries and territories serves four out of five Fortune Global 500®companies. In the Automotive sector Deloitte provides services to 85% or 23 of the top 26 Automotive OEMs in the FG 500 list and to 90% or 9 of the top 10 Suppliers in the FG 500 list. Deloitte also serves many of the leading Captive Finance, Aftermarket, Dealerships, Distribution and Support companies in the automotive sector globally.

  • DHL's logo.


    At DHL Supply Chain, we provide warehousing, managed transport and value-added services at every link in the supply chain for customers in a variety of industries. DHL Supply Chain is part of Deutsche Post DHL Group’s SUPPLY CHAIN division. We secure our customers’ competitive advantages by ensuring their products and information reach markets quickly and efficiently. With local insight and global scale, we optimize our customers’ complex processes in more than 56 countries.


  • Dynniq

    Dynniq is a dynamic, high-tech and innovative company offering integrated mobility solutions and services internationally. Dynniq delivers systems and services for increased mobility, higher security and an improved environment in infrastructure. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff work closely together with our clients in Europe, South America, the United States and Canada. In doing so, we engage with our clients in a reliable, open and pro-active way.

  • EasyMile

    EasyMile envisions since its creation in 2014 a new transportation industry, bringing the autonomous technology to public transport operators and cities. The company uses its extensive global expertise to combine the best technology from software engineering and robotics to build an innovative autonomous navigation system. EasyMile has then made autonomous several vehicles dedicated to share autonomous transportation both for goods and people. Its flagship product is the EZ10, an autonomous electric shuttle dedicated to first and last mile, delivered in more than 20 countries. EasyMile is based in Toulouse, France and has officies in Denver, CO, USA, Germany, Singapore and Australia.

  • Edeva's logo.


    Edeva delivers services for the smart city trough the software platform EdevaLive. We favor active mobility, public transport and emergency vehicles. Safe, secure and viable cities are created by innovative, long-term and sustainable thinking. Edeva develops robust and flexible solutions for a human centered society. Edeva is the company behind the Traffic safety system Actibump.


  • Einride's logotype.


    Einride is a Swedish tech-company founded in 2016. Einride develops intelligent transportation solutions – sustainable, cost-effective and safe – and has gained global recognition for the T-pod, the first truck specifically designed for electric propulsion and autonomous drive.


  • Elonroad's logotype.


    Elonroad AB offers a new type of electric road. It can charge electric vehicles automatically both when parked and while driving. By utilizing the vehicle's battery, you move between electric roads in strategic locations. It has short rails that are only powered under the vehicle. It makes it safe in an urban environment. It works for buses, trucks, taxis, service cars etc.

    Elonroad is located in Lund and works closely with Lund University.

  • Ericsson

    At Ericsson, we strive to connect everyone, wherever they may be. Because by being connected, people can take part in the emerging global collaboration that is the Networked Society - a society in which every person and every industry is empowered to reach their full potential.

  • FAIRTIQ's logotype.


    FAIRTIQ is a post-paid mobile ticketing app that allows passengers to use public transport without having to worry about which tickets to purchase. Thanks to smartphone localization services and sensors, the FAIRTIQ technology tracks where the user travels, automatically buys the right ticket, and charges the correct amount after the journey. Users can change seamlessly to connecting buses or trains, even when they’re operated by different companies. This system revolutionizes public transport ticketing by drastically shortening and simplifying the purchase process. The best user-experience for using public transport with FAIRTIQ directly leads to increased public transport usage and contributes to growing sustainable mobility.


  • Folksam

    Folksam is a major insurance company in Sweden that insures every other Swedish citizen. Our vision is to contribute to a long-term sustainable society where our customers feel secure. We contribute to a long-term sustainable social development through research, information, debate and practical initiatives. We strive to help reducuíng accidents through a variety of preventive measures within areas such as health, environment and road traffic safety. Folksam has a long tradition of road traffic safety research aimed at reducing crashes and injuries leading to long-term consequenses.

  • Freelway

    Freelway introduces the Sharing Economy concept into the B2B segment regarding transport of goods and people. Freelway offers a digital platform, providing sustainable transport solutions within larger organizations and company clusters. Freelway creates better service, economical and enviromental savings as well as social sustainability.

  • Frekis' logo.


    Frekis is a smart micro mobility sharing platform where anyone can start rental-subscription service. Road safety for micro mobility has always been an important issue since the rise of micro mobility sharing apps. Road accidents for micro mobility have significantly increased since last year. Frekis has recently started implementation of digital infrastructure to control speed in crowded places. Next step on Frekis innovation journey is to build self driving capabilities by using  Augmented Reality & AI for object and path detection for tri-wheel e-scooters. 

  • The logos of Lunds Kommun and Future by Lund

    Future by Lund

    Future by Lund is an innovation platform that works for smart and sustainable solutions for growing cities, villages and the people who live there. A basic idea is that we cannot solve all the challenges ourselves, but those who live and work in the city and the village play a crucial role in how it works. Future by Lund therefore consists of City of Lund and partners from universities, organizations and business. The new solutions are delivered in collaboration between us. Future by Lund is headed by City of Lund and is part of the department of Innovation and Business development

  • Fyma's logotype.


    Fyma is a AI company working with computer vision in urban areas, traffic and retail. Fyma turns video feeds into data by using digital sensors that can measure people and vehicles on streets, in traffic and clients in shops. Measurement includes volume, dwell time, movements and predictive analysis. Our technology is both more accurate and cost-effective than the industry average.


  • GoFun

    GoFun is a car sharing company launched by Shou Qi Group for mobility service. With rapid business development, GoFun has successively covered more than 80 cities including franchised cities in China with over 30,000 cars in service. By the end of December 2018, GoFun has over 1.7 million active users per month. At present, GoFun has grown into the largest enterprise with the largest number of users in car sharing industry in China. Meanwhile, it has become the first platform in the industry to integrate block chain technology. Autonomous driving technology is also applying into car scheduling and parking, which will be implemented in selected cities in 2019.

  • GoMore

    GoMore is where neighbors can share cars in a swift and safe way. As the leading platform for car sharing in Scandinavia, GoMore provides mobility services that are environmentally friendly and based on sharing. GoMore makes it possible for private people to share their car both while they're driving, through ridesharing, and when their car is parked, through P2P-rental. With the aim to change the traditional use of cars, GoMore wants to deliver new mobility solutions while making life make life richer, easier and more sustainable. 

  • Gothenburg

    The City of Gothenburg is growing and developing with the aim of becoming a denser, more sustainable and open city that offers an attractive environment and a rich urban lifestyle. 

  • Halda AB

    Halda AB is the leading supplier of systems for taxi. We deliver solutions from booking to book keeping, including cashier systems, payment systems, dispatching systems and solutions for community paid trips. Halda believes also that MaaS solutions will be the futures hot topic considering authorities visions towards a zero-emission environment. Halda AB is a subsidiary to Semel Oy which is sited in Finland.

  • Halmstad University

    Halmstad University is the innovation driven university. We prepare people for the future by creating values, driving innovation and developing society. The University is known for its popular education with clear labour market links. Our research is internationally renowned and conducted in interdisciplinary innovation and research environments. The University actively participates in the development of society through extensive and well-documented collaboration with both industry and the public sector.

  • Handelsbankens logotyp.


    Handelsbanken has a nationwide branch network in Sweden, the UK, Denmark, Finland, Norway and the Netherlands. The Bank regards these six countries as its home markets. We also operate in many of the world's most significant economies, providing banking and financial support to our home market customers. As a bank, we aim to contribute to sustainable development, chiefly through our business operations, our products and services. Handelsbanken is working with the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals 

  • Heap's logotype.


    Heap is carsharing re-imagined. Our service enables car owners to make money from their vehicles by sharing it with other people. The service is developed with the customer in focus. Carsharing has never been easier. Our vision is to contribute to a more sustainable society by using our resources in a more efficient way. We also want people to get cheaper access to cars when there is no other viable transport solution. In addition, we want more people to get the sense of freedom that only cars can provide.


  •'s logotype.

    Pioneering a breakthrough in unsupervised learning for AI and autonomous technologies. We license AI software throughout the L2-L4 autonomous driving stack: perception, intent modeling, path planning and vehicle control.

  • Here*s logo.


    Throughout history, location has played a key role in the development and progress of people and societies. As a company of over 8000 employees all focused on the concept of location and the potential it has to radically improve the way we do business, we are shaping the future by redefining what was formerly known as a map. We're creating living three-dimensional maps that grow upwards, breathing with layers of information and insights from autonomous driving to the Internet of Things.

  • Hertz

    Hertz is one of the largest worldwide car rental companies with more than 8 800 locations in 150 countries. We offer a vast collection of cars, designed to fit any lifestyle and budget. In Sweden, we are represented at more than 220 locations in 125 cities. We have an ISO 14001 certification in environmental management and are actively working to make our business more sustainable.

  • Holmgrens Bil

    We are proud to connect our loyal customers with our cars, tires and workshops. As a multibrand dealer with sales and aftersales points in 18 cities throughout Sweden. In our outlook, we are fully aware that our customers preferences are changing. Thus, we seek and are keen to collaborate with other parties to find a relevant offering portfolio in future.


  • Holo

    Holo imports and operates autonomous vehicles in the Nordics and Baltics. We are creating the mobility solutions of the future that are more shared, more sustainable and more autonomous, while reducing congestion, pollution and traffic related injuries and deaths. As part of the largest automotive company in Denmark we have the experience and the resources to create the best possible solutions for people, cities and society.

  • Stockholm School of Economics' logo.

    House of Innovation

    The House of Innovation at Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is a newly formed (2019) interdisciplinary research, education and outreach environment focused on innovation, digital transformation, and entrepreneurship. It produces scientifically based knowledge relevant to academics, corporations, government agencies, civil society actors and individuals. The House encompasses the SSE Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology, the Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg Center for Innovative and Sustainable Business Development, and the Scania Center of Innovation and Operational Excellence.


  • Huawei's logotype.

    Huawei Technologies Sweden

    Founded in 1987, Huawei Technologies is one of the fastest growing telecommunications and network solutions providers in the world. In 2000, Huawei established the first overseas R&D office in Sweden. Huawei Technologies Sweden AB is continuously growing and with 300+ R&D engineers located in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Lund. Huawei’s mission is to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. Locally in Gothenburg, we research in the areas of telecom, smart devices, home sensors, automotive sensors, automotive ADAS, and autonomous driving.


  • Humanising Autonomy's logo.

    Humanising Autonomy

    Humanising Autonomy is setting the global standard for human-machine interactions. The company has developed an intent prediction software that predicts the full range of pedestrian behaviour across different environments. The software integrates with driver assistance systems, autonomous vehicle stacks, and smart infrastructure systems for real-time accident and near-miss prevention, improving the safety and efficiency of Urban Mobility Systems across cities worldwide. A team of computer vision experts, deep learning engineers, behavioural data scientists, and commercial talent, are working towards our vision of safe and efficient human-machine interactions.


  • IBM Svenska AB

    IBM is a globally integrated enterprise working with companies and sectors in over 170 countries. With more than 100 years of experience in offering Swedish clients tailored solutions, we help solve some of their toughest business challenges. In times of technological shifts IBM’s focus is on supporting organisations addressing their digital transformation. Leveraging innovation as a corner stone of our strategy, we deliver solutions that include cognition, cloud, big data and analytics, security, mobility and collaboration. 

  • Icemakers

    Leading ice track makers in the world, Icemakers is the pioneer company of the vehicle testing industry in Swedish Lapland and operate as a full service winter test supplier to our clients.

  • Icomera

    Icomera is the world’s leading provider of open Internet connectivity and application platforms for passenger transport and public safety. Its award-winning products are deployed on rail, road and sea, serving millions of users every week across the globe and providing high-speed access for fleet tracking and mission-critical onboard systems. Icomera is headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, with subsidiaries in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and France. 

  • Innovatums logotyp.


    Innovatum Science Park is engaged in the development of knowledge, entrepreneurship and innovation. Our role is to strengthen and broaden the enterprises in West Sweden and to stimulate the interest in science and technology among new generations. We do this by providing arenas for innovative startups as well as for development projects where existing companies collaborate with academia and institutes. We also run a science center where students, teachers and the public can explore science and technology with all senses.

  • International Road Federation's logotype.

    International Road Federation

    The International Road Federation (IRF) is a global, independent, not-for-profit organisation with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Active since 1948, IRF is a membership-based organisation, representing leading corporate and institutional players drawn from the road and mobility sectors worldwide. Its mission is to promote the development of roads and road networks that enable access and sustainable mobility for all. Its approach is centred on key strategic components of knowledge transfer & information sharing, connecting people, businesses and organisations, and working with policy & advocacy.


  • Ioki's logotype.


    ioki is a full-service provider for digital mobility and offers multimodal integration of new mobility forms for public transport authorities and (transport) companies in urban and rural areas - either for driver-based or autonomous transport.
    Ioki offers all services from a single source: The range of services extends from mobility analyzes to the optimization and digitization of transport offers to their operational implementation together with strong partners in the mobility industry.
    The focus is on strengthening local public transport. By bridging the first and last mile as required, ioki increases the attractiveness of local public transport and closes gaps in the system - efficiently and deeply integrated into existing structures.
    With over 30 projects on the road, ioki has developed into the market leader for on-demand mobility in German-speaking countries and is currently opening up further European countries with the UK, Belgium and Spain.

  • Johanneberg Science Park's logotype.

    Johanneberg Science Park

    We co-generate innovations for a society that is good for people and the environment. We bring together academia, society and a variety of large and small companies. Together we run national and international innovation projects and test solutions for future challenges. Our partner network consists of the City of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology together with AB Volvo, Bengt Dahlgren AB, Förvaltnings AB Framtiden, Göteborg Energi, HSB, Husqvarna AB, MölnDala Fastighets AB, Peab AB, Riksbyggen, Tyréns AB, Skanska, Wallenstam, White Architects, Akademiska Hus, Chalmersfastigheter, Västra Götalandsregionen, West Sweden Chemicals and Materials Cluster, and more than 150 small and medium-sized companies.

  • Kapsch TrafficCOm

    Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems in the fields of tolling, traffic management, smart urban mobility, traffic safety and security and connected vehicles. As a one-stop solutions provider, Kapsch TrafficCom offers end-to-end solutions covering the entire value creation chain of its customers, from components and design to the implementation and operation of systems. The mobility solutions supplied by Kapsch TrafficCom help make road traffic safer and more reliable, efficient, and comfortable in urban areas and on highways alike while helping to reduce pollution. Kapsch TrafficCom is an internationally renowned provider of intelligent transportation systems thanks to the many projects it has brought to successful fruition in more than 50 countries around the globe.


  • Keolis

    Keolis is one of Sweden’s largest public transport operators. We are part of the international group Keolis with 58,000 employees in 16 countries. Through global knowledge, adapted to local conditions, we develop public transport to create the highest possible value for our passengers. We always focus on our passengers – how we act and what we prioritize depend on the passengers’ needs. Keolis largely focuses on innovation and develops new forms of passenger-adapted combined mobility within a wide range of modes of transport, such as rail, bus, cars, bicycles, trams, car-sharing schemes, boats, electric autonomous shuttles, automated metros and cable cars.

  • Kista Science City

    Kista Science City AB, subsidiary of the Electrum Foundation, organizes the collaboration between public, industry and academy and the development of Kista's innovation ecosystem. Kista Science City is the birthplace of NMT, GSM, EDGE, W-CDMA, LTE and is now one of the places where 5G is being developed and tested. For this purpose, an common platform, Urban ICT Arena, has been developed, which is an open test-bed and collaboration arena. It consists of four different layers; a hardware-, a software-, a service- and a business model layer, in which the sustainable and connected city is developed and tested. Kista Science City is a member of Drive Sweden's program office and in TestSite Stockholm.


  • Koenigsegg's logotype.


    Koenigsegg was founded in 1994 in Sweden by Christian von Koenigsegg, with the intention of producing a "world-class" sports car. Apart from developing, manufacturing and selling the Koenigsegg line of sports cars, Koenigsegg is also involved in "green technology" development programs beginning with the CCXR ("Flower Power") flex-fuel sports car and continuing through the present with the Jesko. Koenigsegg is also active in development programs of plug-in electric cars' systems and next-generation reciprocating engine technologies. Koenigsegg has also developed a camless piston engine which found its first application in the Gemera, which was introduced in 2020. Koenigsegg develops and produces most of the main systems, subsystems and components needed for their cars in-house instead of relying on subcontractors. 

  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH.

  • Lindholmen Science Park

    Lindholmen Science Park offers a neutral development environment where industry, academy and public sector can run research and development projects. For more than 20 years we have been creating successful collaborations and innovations. Lindholmen Science Park is the host for Drive Sweden.

  • Linköping University

    Linköping University (LiU) is one of Sweden’s larger academic institutions and among those that offer the largest number of professional degree programmes, in fields such as medicine, education, business, economics and engineering. Research is conducted within a variety of disciplines, with strong internationally recognised research environments, e.g. materials science, information technology and disability studies.

  • Local Motors

    Local Motors is a technology-driven hardware company that designs, builds and sells vehicles. Local Motors combines „Co-Creation“ and „Micro-Manufacturing“. This enables the company to be unbeatable fast in bringing hardware-innovations to the market, like the world’s first 3D printed car. In Europe Local Motors is currently working on projects to bring electric, autonomous, shared, on demand vehicles on the streets

  • Locomation's logotype.


    Locomation is re-engineering the world’s supply chain for autonomy by developing a portfolio of AV products and a suite of proprietary tools, methods, and processes that enable our clients to implement an operating model designed specifically for autonomous vehicles. Launched in 2018 by veterans of Carnegie Mellon’s National Robotics Engineering Center, the Locomation team includes some of the world’s foremost experts in robotics technology, artificial intelligence, trucking, freight optimization, safety, and automotive. Follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn.

  • Logicompany3's (LC3) logotype.

    Logicompany3 (LC3)

    Logicompany3 (LC3) is an Italian company specialized in temperature-assured freights and containers, active in the field of road transport since 2009. LC3 manages its own fleet of 200 trucks and has the capacity of delivering goods for its clients with 65% of its fleet being fossil free. Since 2019 LC3 has introduced nitrogen cooling on the Italian market and has activated a fleet of 20 cryogenic semi-trailers. The company can count on a network of 10 subsidiaries located in north-central Italy, and it is capable of overseeing the entire highway network of the country. It also disposes of tracking tools for its vehicles and the goods shipped towards Italy and abroad. 


  • Lynk & Co's logo.

    Lynk & Co

    Lynk & Co is a lifestyle brand with a global heart, a disruptive soul, and a fresh  approach to mobility. It is the world’s first brand committed to offering in-car connectivity, vehicle sharing, online sales and a subscription model.

  • Länsförsäkringar's logotype.


    We at Länsförsäkringar have a broad offer in banking, insurance and real estate. Our four million customers are both private individuals and companies. What is a little special about us is that we are customer-owned. 

    The range of services in banking and insurance is offered through 23 local, independent and customer-owned regional insurance companies. The companies cooperate through the jointly owned development and service company Länsförsäkringar AB in Stockholm, which is also one of Sweden's largest financial groups. The Länsförsäkringar Alliance also includes Länsförsäkringars Forskningsfond, which is a foundation with its own board. The purpose of the foundation is to support research that is close to people's everyday safety, and research that can reduce and prevent different kinds of accidents.

    We are driven by an idea. That is, with genuine consideration build
    long-term relationships with both our customers and owners and with the society in which they live and work.

  • Mekonomen Group

    We make car life simpler and more affordable for our customers. We do so through a broad and accessible range of affordable and innovative solutions and products for consumers and companies. The Group consists of the leading car service chains in the Nordic region with a proprietary wholesale operation, more than 300 stores and 2,000 affiliated workshops operating under our brands MECA, Mekonomen, BilXtra, Speedy and MekoPartner.

  • Mimer's logo.


    Mimer Information Technology is a Swedish software company and the developer of Mimer SQL, a database which is used in mission critical systems worldwide. The Mimer SQL product family range covers database management technologies from embedded and real-time systems to enterprise servers. Mimer SQL has been deployed in more than 100 million mobile phones and is a cross OS and platform-independent database with a strong support for the broadest range of embedded and automotive architectures. No matter what device or solution it might be, Mimer SQL fits perfectly and shows superior performance, safety and security. The development of Mimer SQL started as early as in the 1970s and Mimer has headquarters in Uppsala and offices in Stockholm and Beijing, China.


  • Mindconnect

    Mindconnect provides innovative technology in the form of a proprietary Location Based Services platform. The end product of our platform is state of the art, real time traffic information with granularity, precision and flexibility that not only pushes the envelope of what can be done today but that also meets the requirements for what will be needed in future ITS solutions. Whether the target is intelligently navigated and connected drivers or fully autonomous cars, accessing underlying data is the future to optimize mobility.

  • Monotch

    Monotch focuses on safe, smart and sustainable mobility in Europe by connecting data, services and transactions. To achieve this, the company develops and realizes Smart Mobility Platforms. Monotch has extensive experience in connecting mobility data such as real-time communication with traffic control installations, public transport data, road-side information and parking data. It does this for reputable organizations, such as service providers, app developers, governments and the traffic industry.

  • MontLibre's logotype.

    MontLibre Group

    MontLibre Group develops and delivers sustainable products and systems designed for smarter and more viable cities, related transportation stakeholders, societies and industries. Latest electrical vehicles and mobile devices in combination with wireless charging- and electrification infrastructures that make your transition towards smarter and more viable societies, easier and more concrete. MontLibre Group also develops and delivers expertise, sustainability solutions and systems that helps cities, municipalities, governments and business sectors to excel in their transformation towards clean energy, sustainable construction, resource management and recycling.


  • Movinity's logotype.


    Movinity is building software and new product & service ideas that progress sustainability of movements in public space.


  • Nagoon's logotype


    The Nagoon platform addresses the problem of connecting real-time data about or from any chosen location, with real-time interactions between people and objects, at that or any other location. Our low latency platform lets you transform actionable insights into relevant and critical actions in the physical world.


  • National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden (Nevs), was founded with the determination to make a change for those around us and for coming generations. Nevs is now taking the next steps on its journey towards the vision to shape mobility for a more sustainable future.


    NAVYA, created in 2014, is a French company and leading name in the development of innovative, smart and sustainable mobility solutions. NAVYA develops driverless, automated electric vehicles that are dedicated to first and last mile and independent of all infrastructure. October 2016 saw NAVYA secure a 30 million euro raise in capital together with its original shareholder, investment fund Robolution Capital, Cap Decisif Management with the FRCI Fund (Fonds Régional de Co-investissement de la Région Ile de France), holding company GRAVITATION, French groups VALEO and KEOLIS and GROUP8. NAVYA benefits from major advances in technology in the driverless, electric vehicle sector thanks to a highly qualified R&D team. Christophe Sapet, its CEO, is supported by a team of 100 people divided up between Lyon and Paris.

  • NCS's logotype.


    NCS is a member of the Singtel Group and the leading information, communications and technology (ICT) service provider with presence in the Asia Pacific region. NCS delivers end-to-end ICT solutions to help governments and enterprises realise business value through digital transformation and the innovative use of technology. Our unique delivery capabilities include consulting, applications development, systems integration, outsourcing, infrastructure management and portal solutions. In addition, NCS provides digital services to organisations by enabling their applications using digital technologies, including social media, mobility, analytics, cloud, artificial intelligence and robotics.


  • Need Insights logotyp.

    Need Insights

    Need Insights analyzes crowd movements in city areas. We provide the complete infrastructure from IoT hubs and smart sensors to data processing and analysis.

    Our area of speciality is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radio signals.

    We are a data provider to our many partners who in turn create customer specific products and services.

    For smart cities, we provide the micro - street level people movements and connect the data with macro data from Telco companies.

    Please get in contact if you would like to add your IoT sensors to our IoT hubs, where all data is quality and GDPR assured.

  • Next's logo.


    Next is an advanced smart transportation system based on swarms of modular electric vehicles. Each module can join and detach with other modules on standard city roads. When joined, they create an open, bus-like area among modules, allowing passengers to stand and walk from one module to another. Modularity allows en-route-transfer, that optimizes system capacity, cuts cost and traffic, increasing ubiquity and comfort for the passengers (Services in Motion, 80% Less Traffic, 100% Ubiquity).

  • Nobina

    Nobina is the Nordic region’s largest and most experienced public transport service provider. Our expertise in prospecting, tendering and active management of public transport contracts in combination with long-term delivery quality make us the industry leader in terms of profitability, development and initiatives promoting a healthier industry. Every day, Nobina ensures that more than one million people get to work, school or other activities by delivering contracted public transport in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.

  • Norconsult

    Norconsult is Norway's largest and one of the leading multidisciplinary consultancy firms in the Nordic region. Our services are geared towards community planning and design, and we have become a leading player both nationally and internationally.

  • Nvidias logotyp.


    NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world.

    Today, NVIDIA DRIVE™ solutions span autonomous vehicle development from the cloud to the car, helping manufacturers collect data and train deep neural networks, as well as test, validate, and operate self-driving cars, trucks, buses and more. The platform is open, enabling developers to leverage a full software stack to build their own applications. It’s also scalable, from Level 2+ to Level 5 autonomous driving, and complies to functional safety standards. More information on the NVIDIA DRIVE platform can be found at:


    Ohmio self-driving vehicle technology was originally created by HMI Technologies, a global technology company and innovator of Intelligent Transport Systems. Ohmio vehicles are able to connect with other vehicles, infrastructure and traffic management systems. This connectivity helps them achieve greater efficiency and safety while giving clients, regulators and traffic managers greater control. The Ohmio vehicles are world-leading in their technology and capabilities. Fully electric to reduce emissions, they feature innovative safety and powerful navigational technologies enhanced by artificial intelligence to ensure continuous improvement. Ohmio is headquartered in New Zeeland, with offices in Australia and the United Kingdom.

  • OKQ8

    OKQ8 is one of Sweden’s largest fuel companies. Our vision is to be the natural choice for people in motion. Our business idea is to be close to the consumer, give our members good benefits and make life easy for all of our customers. We work under two different brands (OKQ8 in Sweden and Q8 in Denmark), but with the same values in a common organization and vision. OKQ8 was the first Swedish fuel company to mix five percent ethanol in 95-octane gasoline for environmental reasons. Today we also carry other alternative fuels, such as CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) and RME (Rapeseed Methyl Ester). In our shops you will find groceries, fast foods, kiosk products, auto accessories, spare parts and goods for home and leisure. We are one of Sweden’s largest tire retailers and many of our stations also have do-it-yourself facilities, car wash, car rental and car repair shops.

  • ONE Nordic's logotype.

    ONE Nordic

    The ONE Nordic Group is one of Sweden's leading suppliers of technical consulting services, maintenance services and contract services in the energy and industrial sector. With our nationwide organization and local knowledge, we take responsibility for and deliver high quality services and solutions to energy producers, distributors and energy users. A large part of our deliveries consist of ITS – solutions to municipalities and Trafikverket.

  • Padam Mobility's logo.

    Padam Mobility

    Padam Mobility designs and develops smart and dynamic Demand-Responsive Transport solutions using foolproof routing algorithms. Our mobile apps, simulation and management interfaces are tailored to the needs of our customers: Transit Operators, Transport and Local authorities, private companies, in the interest of users and territories.

  • Pantonium

    Pantonium provides routing and dispatching software to public transits and other fleets helping them manage their transportation operations centrally and efficiently, using automated optimization algorithms that power a web-based system. This technology differs from traditional route planning software, by continuously calculating routes in real time, while taking into account feedback from traffic, map data, and rider and driver mobile applications. This empowers our clients to allocate their vehicle supply flexibly, adjusting to changes in rider demand automatically. This type of technology increases fleet capacity, coverage, improves rider experience and generates valuable data. Pantonium is used across more than 30 states and provinces. 

  • Populus' logotype.


    Populus is a data platform that helps cities and private mobility providers deliver safe, efficient, and equitable streets through better data and analytics. Populus is a comprehensive digital solution that empowers cities to manage their streets, and develop data-driven policies with access to data from shared mobility services (carsharing, ride-hailing, bikeshare and scooters) and last-mile delivery services.


  • PostNord

    PostNord offers communications and logistics solutions to, from and within the Nordic region. We are also proud to be entrusted with ensuring mail delivery to private individuals and business in Sweden and Denmark. In 2015, PostNord delivered 5.2 billion letters and shipments, 130 million parcels to the Nordic region’s 25 million residents and two million businesses. With our expertise and a unique distribution network, we are developing the basis for tomorrow’s communication, e-commerce, distribution and logistics.

  • Qlik's logo.


    Qlik helps enterprises around the world move faster, work smarter, and lead the way forward with an end-to-end solution for getting value out of data. Our platform is the only one on the market that allows for open-ended, curiosity-driven exploration, giving everyone – at any skill level – the ability to make real discoveries that lead to real outcomes and transformative changes.

  • Ramboll's logo.


    We believe that technology for the sake of technology is meaningless. But properly used, it can improve both everyday life and the world. Ramboll is a society consultant who design cities and societies of the future. We are driven by innovative solutions and believe in creating value for society. As a foundation-owned company, we can live up to our values and work on a long-term basis, creating sustainable societies where people and the environment flourish. Ramboll has 16 500 experts in 35 countries, of which 2 000 works in Sweden.


  • Ridecell's logo.


    Ridecell Inc. is leading the way in the digital transformation of fleet businesses and operations. The Ridecell Fleet IoT (Internet of Things) Automation solutions modernize and monetize fleets by combining data insights with digital vehicle control to turn today’s manual processes into automated workflows. The result is unmatched levels of efficiency and control for shared services, motorpools, rental, and logistic fleets. 

    Today Ridecell powers some of the most successful fleet businesses in cities across Europe and North America, including Gig Car Share from AAA, and Toyota Sweden. Ridecell is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Madrid, Paris, Berlin, and Pune India.

  • RISE

    RISE provides applied research, testing and living labs covering everything from mobility systems to material research, from surface chemistry to machine learning, from research to testing and industrial product development. RISE has 2200 employees in 30 locations in Sweden and abroad. RISE is owned by the Swedish government.

  • RoadCloud's logo.


    RoadCloud provides premium connected car data for safety, road maintenance as well as weather applications, and the data also enables autonomous driving. We install a set of carefully selected sensors into commercial vehicles and stream data to cloud. The data is refined by machine learning into information products and delivered to our customers through API or WebAPP. Our data consists of local road weather information, road friction and quality, and information available from vehicle CAN-buses. RoadCloud collects data currently in Finland and Sweden, but is expanding data coverage towards Central Europe.


  • Saab

    Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions from military defence to civil security. With operations on every continent, Saab continuously develops, adapts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.

  • Samtrafiken

    Samtrafiken is a service development company with the goal to make public travel easier, more accessible and more reliable. We do this by developing services for transport companies and travelers, and by providing the industry with knowledge and data about the Swedish travelers.

  • Scania

    Scania is a global company with a sales and service organisation in more than 100 countries. Aside from sales and services, Scania offers financial services in many markets. Scania’s production units are located in Europe and Latin America.

  • Shotl's logotype.


    Shotl is a mobility platform optimizing service with on-demand sustainable transport. Shotl makes public transit on-demand by providing dynamic routes and flexible schedules.

    We license our technology and empower transport operators, city councils, municipalities and corporations/business parks, airports to supply on-demand bus service. 

  • SilverRail's logo.


    SilverRail Technologies is a market-leading developer of digital infrastructure for the travel industry, focusing on rail and other ground transportation. Our mission is to Make Rail the First Choice. It inspires us in building solutions and in our daily work, but we know that the passenger of tomorrow must be offered more flexibility than a single transport mode can offer alone. Multimodal travel and the rise of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) have the potential to generate the necessary green shift in passenger transport, with rail as a backbone collaborating with all other green means of transport. We connect the dots, making each player larger in collaboration with others.

  • SJ

    As the market-leading train operating company, SJ links Sweden together, and opens the doors to Scandinavia’s capitals: Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo. Thereby creating opportunities for people to live and work or study in different places and to travel in a convenient and sustainable manner. Today, SJ operates 1,200 daily departures from 284 stations — from Narvik in the North to Copenhagen in the South, and from Stockholm in the East to Oslo in the West. SJ is a limited liability company owned by the Swedish state and is tasked with operating profitable passenger rail services, both independently and on behalf of national and regional traffic authorities.

  • SnappCar

    The average car stands still 90% of *the time*. SnappCar is a *peer-to-peer* car-sharing service. Our mission is to have 5 million fewer cars in Europe by 2022, with more space and decreased CO2 emissions as a result. The more cars we share with each other, the less cars we need. Practically, *we connect private car owners who wish to rent out their cars to people who need to rent a car*. SnappCar offers the possibility to rent a car *directly from* your neighbourhood, agree with the owner on a short notice and roll away. The car and its passengers *are always insured*. SnappCar is a registered and certified B Corporation.


  • Spare's logo.


    Spare is on a mission to help accelerate the global shift to efficient and autonomous mobility by enabling anyone to simulate, operate, and analyse a smart transport network in seconds. Spare Platform is built to easily enable on-demand and flex route transport and efficiently manage the fleet operation.

  • Springworks

    Springworks develops a MaaS service called Spark that connects telecom providers with a host of service providers in the automotive industry including car manufacturers, insurance, roadside assistance, parking companies, repair shops and more. 


  • Stockholm

    Our aim is to continuously develop Stockholm, to be there for its citizens and to make Stockholm Northern Europe's most attractive city for people and businesses looking for high quality of life, financial growth and a vibrant, knowledge-based environment.

  • Sustainable Innovation

    Sustainable Innovation runs projects for the development of a sustainable and resource efficient society. Projects are carried out in collaboration with industry, authorities, academia, etc. We deviate from traditional inward-thinking patterns, and build creative environments for energy and resource efficient innovation and cooperation.


    SWARCO is a growing international group providing the complete range of products, systems, services and solutions for road safety and intelligent traffic management. With almost five decades of experience in the industry, the corporation supports the growing mobility needs of society with turnkey systems and solutions in road marking, urban and interurban traffic control, parking, public transport, infomobility and street lighting. Cooperative systems, V2I communication, electromobility, and integrated software solutions for the Smart City are latest, future-oriented fields in the group’s portfolio.

  • Sweco

    Sweco plans and designs the communities and cities of the future. Our work produces sustainable buildings, efficient infrastructure and access to electricity and clean water. With 14,500 employees in Europe, we offer our customers the right expertise for every situation. We carry out projects in 70 countries annually throughout the world. Sweco is the leading engineering and architecture consultancy in Europe, with sales of approximately SEK 16.0 billion (EUR 1.7 billion) (pro forma 2015).

  • Swedish Transport Administration

    The Swedish Transport Administration is the government agency responsible for the long-term planning of the transport system. Trafikverket is also in charge of the state road network and national railway network.

  • Swedspot

    Swedspot develops innovative solutions for smartly-connected vehicles. With our white-label platform Ezentric, we kick-start our customer projects around connected services for AI-driven predictive maintenance, fleets and assets. We are unique in being able to build solutions that span the entire registry from built-in software in the vehicle to cloud services. We started in 2011 as a spin-off from Saab Automobile, and our customers are at the major vehicle manufacturers and at suppliers of transport solutions.

  • T-engineering's logotype.


    Today the company consists of around 100 development engineers who design and develop control systems for all vehicle systems. Our expansion is made through further recruitment of top experts from the automotive industry. Our engineers' extensive experience makes us a safe partner, and one accustomed to leading global projects and managing the entire development process from idea and concept to validation for mass production and after-market requirements.

  • Technolution's logotype.


    As an independent technology integrator, Technolution provides user-friendly innovations for its clients that go beyond the state of the art. In mobility, our smart solutions become cooperative solutions and ITS becomes C-ITS. Here, our systems, togheter with advanced maps and roadside infrastructure, allow autonomous vehicles to find its way among traditional vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians in an urban landscape. Our capabilities are well proven as we have delivered innovative traffic and mobility management systems that have been in use for more than a quarter of a century. We deliver optimal solutions that embrace the promise of tomorrow.

  • Tele2

    Tele2 provides value added services - enabled by IoT connectivity - to support competitive IoT offering to customers and partners, applying a flexible, scalable and passionate approach.

  • Telenor Connexion

    At Telenor Connexion we design and operate connected business solutions. Building on more than 15 years of experience, we make it easy to realize the value of connected services.

  • Telia's logotype.


    We are Telia Company, the new generation of telecom companies. Our approximately 20,800 talented colleagues meet millions of customers every day in the world's most connected countries. We are the hub of the digital ecosystem that enables people, companies and communities to access everything that is important to them, on their terms, around the clock - all year round. We have decided to change the IT and telecom industry and bring the world closer to our customers and our head office is located in the heart of the technology and innovation heart of Stockholm.


  • Tensoreye's logo.


    Tensoreye develops AI-based computer vision solutions for mobility and healthcare providers. What drives us is to address relevant problems that exist in our society. Products in safety critical applications are brought to life with Tensoreye’s framework for Deep Learning in the product life cycle. The framework connects data collection, labelling, model training, validation and release of deep neural networks such as semantic segmentation, monocular depth estimation, and holistic path prediction. Our international team of software engineers from more than 10 countries with backgrounds in Machine Learning, Computer vision and Robotics is based in Munich. We always prioritise quality over quantity and value an inclusive company culture based on trust.

  • Terranet

    Terranet develops software for autonomous vehicles and advanced driver support systems (ADAS). The company originated from the mobile industry and has its headquarters at Ideon Science Park in Lund. Terranet's wireless communication software enables communication between vehicles for increased safety in traffic situations.

  • The Swedish Transport Agency

    The Swedish Transport Agency is working to achieve good accessibility, high quality, secure and environmentally aware rail, air, sea and road transport. We have overall responsibility for drawing up regulations and ensuring that authorities, companies, organisations and citizens abide by them.


  • TIER's logotype.


    Climate-neutral TIER Mobility is Europe’s leading provider of micro-mobility, with a mission to change mobility for good. The company is a driving force behind the change in the transport sector, tackling air pollution and congestion in cities by providing people with a range of electric vehicle options and making it easier to live without a private car. TIER is also setting new safety standards for the sector and continues to innovate to realise its Vision Zero of no serious injuries or fatalities.

  • Toyota's logotype.


    Toyota Motor Company is currently transitioning into a full-fledged mobility company to provide Mobility For All. With business in 204 countries and regions around the world, 360,000 employees and world’s most accessible hybrid technology, Toyota will lead the way to the future of mobility. Enriching lives around the world with the safest and most responsible ways of moving people through our commitment to quality, constant innovation and respect for the planet.


  • Transdev Sverige

    Transdev Sverige AB operates passenger services on assignment for regional public transport authorities, municipalities and county councils throughout Sweden and also runs its own commercial train and bus services. Transdev specializes in solving customers’ travel requirements by providing transport via bus, train, tram and boat. Transdev Sverige is part of the Transdev group, one of the world’s leading public transport operator. 

  • Triathlon's logo.


    Triathlon Group is a professional service firm and a leading actor in performance improvement. We serve large, multinational, Nordic clients internationally with specific expertise across our practice areas, which are divided into: Functional practice areas, Industry practice areas and Specific capabilities.


  • Triona

    Triona is a leading and reliable supplier of innovative IT solutions within logistics- and infrastructure-oriented operations. We combine industry-specific competence and skills in transport infrastructure, power/energy, contractor related businesses, transports and forest industry with leading-edge experience within software engineering and maintenance.

  • Uber

    Uber’s mission is to make transportation as reliable as running water—everywhere, for everyone. We started in 2010 to solve a simple problem: how do you get a ride at the touch of a button? Six years and more than two billion trips later, we’ve started tackling an even greater challenge: reducing congestion and pollution in our cities by getting more people into fewer cars.

  • UniqueSec AB

    UniqueSec AB is a radar signal processing expert company. We develop the state-of-the-art radar technology right to your specific application. Radars are coming to sense the world in a variety of applications such as level measurement, outdoor surveillance and speed measurement. Uniquesec also produces automotive radar verification systems. This system enables vehicle manufacturers, radar manufacturers, test facilities and authorities to test radars, radar-based driver assistance and autonomous driving, without a need for costly driving expeditions.

  • Uniti

    Uniti is an electric city car designed for high performance in an urban environment with a focus on holistic sustainability and a futuristic user experience. It matches the needs of the modern urban commuter, with a light and lean construction designed to maximize the benefits of electric car technology. The vehicle includes an industry first, full-screen augmented reality heads-up display, and utilizes sustainable materials as well as the highest quality 'off-the-shelf' solutions from leading suppliers. Uniti is the first L7e vehicle which will be safe and built for a five star NCAP rating with both active and passive safety features, composite crash zones and cabin airbags.

  • University of Borås' logo.

    University of Borås

    The University of Borås fosters learning, knowledge, and innovation of high quality in an international setting and with significant social relevance. We work together here--for the future and to make a difference! We have many exciting research and education environments within several different areas that have access to unique equipment and our entire campus is located in city centre of Borås.


  • Univrses' logo.


    Univrses develops embedded computer vision and deep learning software, delivering ground breaking solutions to clients across industries. The technology enables realisation of opportunities and fulfilment of needs related to automated intelligent understanding of visual sensor data - which is a lynchpin in a world empowered by intelligent mobility. The majority of the highly accomplished team is currently working on core research and development of embedded sensing and mapping intelligence for autonomous vehicles.

  • Veho

    Veho is one of the Nordic-, and Baltic regions largest automotive companies. Our operations include Mercedes import, distribution and service in Finland, the Baltics and Sweden, as well as PDI functions and spare parts logistics and car rental. We have a strong focus on future mobility and actively develop mobility solutions together with our partners.

  • Veoneers logotyp.


    Veoneer designs and manufactures products and solutions for active safety, autonomous driving, occupant protection and brake control. Our purpose is to create trust in mobility. Founded in 2018, Veoneer builds on a heritage of close to 70 years of automotive safety development. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Veoneer has 9,200 employees in 13 countries. In 2018, sales amounted to $2.2 billion. Veoneer is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and on Nasdaq Stockholm.

  • Veridict

    Veridict is a research-intensive product company within ITS with leading technologies for AI, Big Data, HMI and GIS. Veridict participates with its expertise in research projects and technical studies, and develops prototypes and complete product solutions focusing on intelligent traffic and transport systems. Currently, the company handles thousands of data providers, both nationally and internationally. Applications in multimodal transport and travelling, including public transport, target drivers, travelers, transport operators, traffic management and automobile manufacturers.

  • Vianova's logotype.


    Vianova provides the operating system of the public realm, working with cities and mobility providers to better distribute & control access to public space. Our data platform enables a seamless exchange of information between mobility providers & cities regarding traffic and curbside management. Cities can get access to mobility insights directly from the connected vehicles for improved real-time transport orchestration and more informed urban planning. We also enable cities to accurately and efficiently push geo-fenced regulations to mobility providers. Mobility providers can access our Policy API to dynamically receive from local authorities, regulatory and infrastructure information (speed limit, operating zones, curbside, road closure, etc.). 

  • Viscando

    Viscando helps you to correct decisions on traffic by providing objective and accurate data insights. We offer automatic systems for real-time knowledge and management of all types of traffic; pedestrians, cyclists, cars and heavy vehicles. By means of innovative products and services we simplify the daily work not only for engineers at public road authorities and traffic planners, but also the development of autonomy vehicles. Viscando contribute to safer traffic and more sustainable, smart cities.

  • VOi

    VOI is bringing shared electric scooters to the streets of Europe. Jump on a scooter at anytime and ride anywhere in the city within minutes - all free from emissions. VOI is a fun, safe and green option for transportation that change how people move in the city. It's faster than walking, smoother than taking your own bike and it's an environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fueled vehicles. We believe in cities made for people, not for cars. 

  • Volkswagen Group Sverige AB

    Volkswagen Group Sverige AB is Sweden's largest car importer. We represent and market the following brands: Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, SEAT and Porsche. In 2017, Volkswagen Group Sverige AB and its brands sold a total of 103,196 passenger cars and had a market share of 27.2 percent of the Swedish passenger car market. In addition, 16 709 commercial vehicles were sold, which is 30.2 percent of the commercial vehicles market. Volkswagen Group Sverige AB is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Europe's largest car manufacturer Volkswagen AG, which sold 10.74 million cars worldwide in 2017.

  • Volvo Car Group

    The first Volvo rolled off the production line in Gothenburg way back in 1927 and we’ve been creating world-changing innovations ever since. We’re also a global brand with manufacturing in Sweden, Belgium and China. Volvo Car Group produces a premium range of cars that includes sedans, wagons, sportswagons, cross country cars and SUVs. 

  • Volvo Group

    The Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines. The Group also provides complete solutions for financing and service. The Volvo Group, with its headquarters in Gothenburg,  employs about 100,000 people, has production facilities in 19 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets.

  • Voyley's logo.


    Voyley aims to inspire sustainable travel by allowing multi-city bus and train travels across the EU to be easy to plan and book. Our team has built a unique search engine allowing travellers to visualise, plan and compose their own vacations or gain inspiration from itineraries of other travellers.


  • VTI

    The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), is an independent and internationally prominent research institute in the transport sector. Our principal task is to conduct research and development related to infrastructure, traffic and transport.

  • Vy's logotype.

    Vy Buss

    Vy Buss operates contracted bus services on behalf of local authorities and commercial express bus services. The business area consists of 1 700 employees, with about 1.5 billion in revenue. Vy Bus4You operates to several destinations such as Copenhagen, Oslo, Gothenburg, Malmö, Karlstad, Örebro, Västerås, Eskilstuna, and Stockholm, as well to international airports such as Arlanda Airport, Landvetter Airport, and Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup. Vy Flygbussarna operates in Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö, and offers airport coaches to the three largest airports in Sweden, and seven airports in total, including ten different bus lines. 80% of all airport travelers in Sweden, can choose Vy Flygbussarna as their choice of transportation to and from the airport.



  • Västtrafik's logotype.


    Västtrafik is responsible for public transport in western Sweden and owned by the Västra Götaland region. Every day, over 400 000 customers choose to travel with our buses, trains, trams and boats. By developing and offering sustainable travel and smart services, we want to be the obvious choice when you travel. In this way Västtrafik contributes to the good life in Västra Götaland and to an attractive and competitive region.


  • WirelessCar

    WirelessCar is a world leading innovator of Connected Car Services. Our ambition is to support the automotive industry in the connected society by developing attractive solutions and services for smarter cars. We were founded in 1999 and has continuously grown based on our automotive heritage  and experience. Today we are a well-recognized and awarded company working with global customers such as Jaguar Land Rover, Daimler, Nissan, Volvo Cars and Subaru and connects 2,4 million cars in more than 60 countries. WirelessCar is owned by Volvo Group AB and has offices in Sweden, US and China.


  • WSP Sweden

    WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff have combined and are now one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms.

  • Zeelo's logo.


    Zeelo is a smart bus-sharing company, providing safe transportation services for commuting, school runs and events; equipped with social distancing and infection risk measures during the current situation. We use data and technology to find and digitalise fixed bus routes, targeting areas of high private car usage in order to connect people to places via sustainable transport; working with partners and local bus and coach fleets to operate at the times they are needed.

  • Zenseact's logo.


    Zenseact’s vision is to create a safe and reliable real-life autonomous driving platform. The Zenseact platform is comprised of a series of software technologies, compute infrastructure both on-board the vehicle and off-board in the cloud, as well as a large ecosystem of tools that automates the process of continuous data driven development and deployment of autonomous driving features across the entire vehicle fleet. Our mission is to “Make safe and intelligent mobility real, for everyone, everywhere”.

Associated partners

  • Cabibus

    Cabibus' mission is to build the the best 1-100 km sustainable public transportation system in the world!

  • Jonna

    Jonna rents out bicycles on a monthly basis to private individuals with the promise that the customer always has a bicycle that works. The service includes insurance, service and on-site repair for urgent matters.

  • Luvly

    Luvly provides the lightest, safest, cheapest and most stylish e-mobility solutions possible, with a new way of assembling the vehicles.

  • Viridis Solutions

    Viridis Solutions is a data consulting firm with its seat in Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Weber Mobility

    Weber Mobility originated with the purpose "to inspire commuters in conserving resources & reducing emissions." Sustainable world, minimalistic materialism and healthier people as the three guiding stars, we created novel micro-mobility solution for university campuses, industrial spaces, townships, airports, resorts, theme parks & urban areas. With our roots both in India and Sweden, we are committed to build scooters with innovative technology, creative design, high-quality construction, ethical and environmentally conscious operations.


Drive Sweden is financed by

  • Formas

    The mission of Formas is to promote and support basic research and need-driven research in the areas Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning. The research that is funded should be of the highest scientific quality and relevance to the areas of responsibility of the Council. Formas may also fund development projects to a limited extent.

  • Sweden’s innovation agency VINNOVA

    VINNOVA is Sweden’s innovation agency. Our mission is to promote sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovation, as well as funding needs-driven research.

  • The Swedish Energy Agency

    The Swedish Energy Agency works for the use of renewable energy, improved technologies, a smarter end-use of energy, and mitigation of climate change.