The German-Baltic Business Award is open to all Baltic based companies which operate in intelligent transport systems, smart logistics and mobility. This year the objective was to determine the best mobility solutions created in the Baltics which contribute to the society, economy, and education.
Nine finalists were chosen from among all the competitors by an international jury: Florian Schröder - CEO AHK Baltics, Dr. Dirk Claus - Managing Director Port of Kiel, Carolin Reichert - Vice President Product Area - eMobility Solutions Robert Bosch, Prof. Dr. Peer Witten - Member of the Supervisory Board Otto Group, Honorary President German Logistic Association (BVL) and Kristian Bock - Managing Director TSC Beratende Ingenieure für Verkehrswesen GmbH, Board member of Associations VIV - Verband der Ingenieurbüros für Verkehrstechnik e. V. ITS Germany e. V.
After public voting finalists faced the jury's judgment in an online pitch event. Each candidate gave a 4-minute online pitch to introduce themselves and their projects. On 11th of May the three winners were announced in Lübeck at the German-Baltic Digital Summit. Along with GoRamp there were EyeVi Technologies, ATOM Mobility.
We are honored to be awarded as one of the top mobility start-ups and believe that our Time Slot management solution will benefit many businesses.