We’re on the cusp of a mobility revolution that will radically transform the way we move. But we’re not there yet...
Mobility is one of our three main innovation themes, along with cybersecurity and inclusion. We’re bringing together a community of large enterprises, innovators and public sector bodies, from electric scooter company Bird to Transport for London and the startups in our community.
We offer everything from in-market experiments and bespoke consultancy to roundtables that result in action.
So whether you’re looking to join our workspace as a member or work with our mobility innovation team on a specific challenge, get in touch.
We delivered a programme for Transport for London to make London’s roads safer, smarter and more inclusive during roadworks.
We delivered a programme to support materials, manufacturing, mobility, clean growth and infrastructure systems scalueps, and uncover insights into their growth challenges.
We’re working with Transport for London, the Mayor of London and nine partners to make the way goods are moved around London cleaner, safer and more efficient. Our mobility team has helped attract and select the cohort members for the first programme.
Join the Smart Mobility Living Lab, Bird and Ginger by becoming a member
You’ll find us at Here East in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which has become London’s hotbed for mobility innovation and a testbed for tomorrow’s solutions.
Electric scooter unicorn Bird has been doing a micromobility pilot here, the innovators from our London RoadLab programme have used the park and Here East shuttle bus to test sensor technology, Ford Mobility has parked its Smart Mobility Innovation Office on the Here East campus and the Smart Mobility Living Lab is doing exciting work in the park, including CAV trials.
As our innovation lead for mobility, Bruno specialises in designing and launching new mobility solutions – either by working directly with clients or by proactively challenging the market.
Before to joining Plexal, Bruno spent four years with EY’s strategy team, focussing on the future of mobility and working directly with OEMs on live in-market experiments to test and scale new business models such as smart parking, children’s ride-sharing and on-demand bus. Bruno has a Masters in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Cambridge and completed industrial research projects at McLaren Automotive and Porsche AG.
Oxford Street is one of the busiest and most polluted roads in London but it’s seen a 47% reduction in daily average harmful nitrogen dioxide levels in recent weeks. In fact, it’s
Since the Olympic Games wrapped up in 2012, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has become a hotbed for innovation in mobility.
We’re excited to reveal that Transport for London (TfL) is teaming up with 10 partners – including Plexal – to launch London FreightLab.
Whether you want to test an idea, solve a specific challenge, scale a solution or connect with the right organisations and innovators, our mobility team will create a solution designed around your needs.
Plexal’s based at Here East: a tech campus in east London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We’re a 10-minute walk from Hackney Wick train station, or you can catch the free shuttle bus from Stratford train, underground and bus stations.
14 East Bay Lane, The Press Centre, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 3BS
We’re open Monday-Friday from 6am-12am, Saturday - Sunday 10am-6pm