It’s great to see so many customer-facing apps using TfL’s open data. With over 600 apps in areas of public transport, active travel and healthier streets, we are continually focused on releasing new data.
There are lots of people involved in the ecosystem, ranging from app developers and start-ups to accelerator programmes.
If you are a start-up focusing on mobility, you may be interested to hear about sente.link, an international accelerator. They’ll be in London at Shoreditch House on September 20-21 to meet founders who are interested in joining their unique ‘bridge’ program, which aids exposure and traction in both Europe and the US.
Their new mobility programme is focused on helping international start-ups scale up. This is particularly useful if you’re an early stage, post-R&D start-up with connected/autonomous car, urban mobility, energy solutions and mobility infrastructure technologies. Find out more at the sente.link website.
While we’re not directly involved in the programme, I look forward to seeing what comes out, particularly through using our open data.