On Tuesday, 30.04.2019 the three founders of the young start-up IO-Dynamics, Johann Ohlsen (CEO), Nabil Imran (CSA) and Felix Kruse (CHA) were visited by federal and local politicians as well as by representatives of the University of Applied Sciences, the European University Flensburg and the Dr. Werner Jackstädt-Zentrum.

 

 

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IO-Dynamics is a Flensburg Start-Up awarded in October 2018 with the founding scholarship, which develops, produces and sells components and services in the fields of electromobility, hardware and software, vehicle construction, IT infrastructure and fleet management.

 

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On Tuesday, the founders presented their innovative prototype of their first product IO-ELON. Behind this is a unique device that enables a vehicle fleet and charge management system for electric vehicle fleets, including data such as battery level and electricity prices. IO-Dynamics is supported from the beginning by the  Dock1 Incubator from the Dr. Werner Jackstädt Center and the VentureWærft Flensburg.
 

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Petra Nicolaisen, CDU member of parliament for the Constituency of Flensburg / Schleswig, Hannes Fuhrig, Mayor of the city of Flensburg and Arne Rüstemeier, Chairman of the CDU Council of Flensburg expressed their great interest in the progressive digitization by young companies and other startups. The consensus was that with start-ups like IO-Dynamics, Flensburg is taking big steps towards digitization and sustainability and is thus becoming increasingly important.
The university was represented on this day, by its president Dr. Christoph Jansen, as well as the presidium representative for technology transfer Dr. Heike Bille.

Visitors from the Dr. Werner Jackstädt Center, an institution of the European University of Flensburg and the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, were among others Prof. Dr. Ilona Ebbers (European University Flensburg, Entrepreneurship Education, Women's Entrepreneurship), Prof. Dr. Dirk Ludewig (University of Applied Sciences Flensburg, VentureWærft), Prof. Dr. Dr. Rainer Kreuzhof (Flensburg University of Applied Sciences), Kerstin Schröder (Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Research Associate Project GrinSH) and Thomas Neumann (Flensburg University, start-up supervisor at Dock1).

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Die VentureWærft ist ein Bestandteil des mit Mitteln des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung im Rahmen 
der Bund-Länder-Förderinitiative „Innovative Hochschule“ 
geförderten Projektes „Grenzland Innovativ Schleswig-Holstein“.

 
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