For the second time, the STAR COOPERATION will be part of Hannover Messe from 25th to 29th of April 2016 with its New Mobility expertise. The Böblingen-based service supplier will use this opportunity to introduce its latest partnership with Fraunhofer IAO.
In the past year, Carolin Stickel, Manager at the STAR COOPERATION, and her New Mobility team for the first time joined MobiliTec, the important leading trade fair for mobility solutions. There, they experienced the large interest in the mobility of the future on-site and first-hand. “The feedback we received during and also after the event showed us that many people are engaged in this topic – and how important it is to develop resilient concepts here,” Stickel stated. STAR has identified the partnerships with other mobility players to be the key to success.
One-stop projects from A to Z
One of the institutions that STAR was able to gain as a partner for its New Mobility activities is Fraunhofer IAO based in Stuttgart. There, scientists investigate, amongst other issues, how people want to be mobile today and in the future, they identify the necessary technologies for this, realize appropriate IT solutions and develop sustainable business models. This holistic approach to the future’s mobility is a perfect match for the STAR COOPERATION’s consulting and implementation competence. “Especially when it comes to intermodal mobility concepts, fleet management and energy concepts including the corresponding charging infrastructure, we see great opportunities to implement projects for customers from the industrial, scientific and public sectors together“, Stickel commented on the partnership with Fraunhofer IAO.
New Mobility at Hannover Messe 2016
Also this year, the STAR COOPERATION will be on site at the MobilitTec 2016 with its New Mobility team as part of the Baden-Württemberg pavilion. There, they will not just present STAR’s mobility solutions, but also the newly established partnerships. “We are looking forward to many interesting conversations at our H71 booth in hall 27“, Carolin Stickel anticipates the highlight event.