Bengaluru 2017

Bengaluru 2017


The STAMP grant recipients have been selected! Congratulations to the awardees!! 




The STAMP Accelerate program took place from July 3rd to the 7th 2017 and was an intensive five-day boot camp tailored for mobility entrepreneurs and change-makers. The Accelerator culminated with the STAMP Pitch day on July 8th, at which the final recipients of the STAMP Grants were selected. Through the STAMP Accelerator program, the STAMP Cohort had the opportunity to interact with civic leaders, mobility experts, and influencers in industry and the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Notable participating organizations include TMF, Bosch, Unitus Seed Fund and KPIT among others.

The winning teams and their ideas, briefly described:

Metro Bikes- It is a smart urban mobility solution that proposes one way rides on powered scooters and provides economical, flexible and fastest mode of commute.

Constapark- It is a city-wide parking passport that aggregates parking spots and brings this information directly to users on their phones.

Quick Ride- It provides safe and quick carpooling options through an innovative, redeemable fuel points system, leveraging the latest technology and trends for last-mile connectivity.

CiFoS- Station Accessibility Index lets Commuters & Mobility providers benchmark the accessibility levels at stations via mobility indices and deploy solutions that make the level of service better.

Taproute- It is an on-demand public transportation service that gathers speed and affordability of Metro and on-demand convenience of low-density vehicles like autos/cars to make the fastest and most economical commute.


2017 Pilot Projects

Metro Bikes-Through the STAMP pilot implementation, Metro Bikes pivoted from hourly rentals to one-way rentals in which users can pick up the bike at one location and drop it off at another location.

Constapark-Through the STAMP pilot, Constapark worked with parking vendors to provide parking lot management solutions and act as a parking aggregator of available parking spots on its front-end platform for urban commuters.

Quick Ride-Through the STAMP pilot, Quick Ride expanded their operations to specifically target metro commuters as a potential customer segment, for first and last mile services to and from metro stations.

CiFoS-Through the STAMP pilot, CIFOS developed an index for assessing the accessibility of metro stations that focused on the quality of access infrastructure, multimodal integration and information systems at the station level.