Honda Xcelerator

Honda Xcelerator is a program designed for innovators across all funding stages who seek to transform technology and business. Honda has created this program to engage innovators in an open and friendly environment. The program offers funding for rapid prototyping, collaborative workspaces, and pairing with Honda mentors.

WHAT WE OFFERFunding for PrototypingSeeing is believing. We provide you with NRE funding to help you develop a rapid prototype.

Collaboration WorkspaceYou will gain access to our unique collaboration workspaces located globally. The space includes state-of-the-art tools to assist all prototyping activities.

Honda MentorsAll Honda Xcelerator companies are paired with our network of Honda Mentors. Mentors share their knowledge and will help guide your prototype development.

Test ProductsSee your prototype in action. You will have access to Xcelerator vehicles and other hardware to develop, test, and refine your prototype.

Focus Areas 

  • AI/Robotics
  • Connected Vehicle
  • Human Machine Interface
  • Industrial Innovation
  • Personal/Shared Mobility
  • Vehicle Data Business
  • In-Vehicle Apps
  • Energy Innovation

OUR PROCESS

APPLY:Submit an application. Select candidates
are invited for a follow-up demo.
EXPLORE:Identify value creation opportunity.
Define rapid prototype.
BUILD:Acceptance into Xcelerator. Collaborate with Honda
to build a PoC prototype.
SHOW:Innovators demonstrate their prototypes to
Honda executives and development teams.

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Honda Xcelerator is designed for companies across all funding stages and favors breakthrough tech over incremental innovations.Application deadline: on a rolling basis, no deadline.

Source: Honda Xcelerator

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