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May 26, 2015

Hungarian wheelchair app at startup expo

Hungarian wheelchair app at startup expo

On 29 May, Route4U, a collaborative mapping tool for wheelchair users developed in Hungary, will be featured at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna -- a major European conference on cutting-edge startups.

Route4U's developers have been active partners in the Hungarian National Network as well as SEiSMiC's international launch and first forum conference in Brussels.

The Pioneers Festival, running May 28-29 in Vienna's Hofburg Imperial Palace, is a major exposition of tomorrow’s ideas, bringing together startups with corporations, media and investors eager to support the next big thing.
More than 1,600 startups from 90+ countries applied to meet over 400 investors in the  The Festival is limited to 2,500 participants who will learn from the best and get inspired by keynotes about what to expect in the years ahead.

Route will be featured May 29 in the Pioneers Showroom among 80 selected startups.

Route4U (a SEiSMiC national best practice) hopes to attract investors and network with smart city experts and municipal decision makers and collect expert feedback. The Hungarian NaNet will support Route4U by giving it visibility. See Route4U's listing on the SEiSMiC Sharing Platform here.