Innovation Manager Challenge

Modis and Formula E together again in search of the most brilliant innovation engineer

Also this year ABB Formula E and Modis, Official Innovation Partners, will work side by side to innovate the automotive championship for electric single-seaters!

The Innovation Manager Challenge is back, the challenge - now in its second edition - that will allow a brilliant young innovator a period of international training and work within ABB Formula E.

The objective of Innovation Manager Challenge 2019 is to identify the person who will contribute to the construction of the future operating platform of the ABB Formula E.

Would you be interested in working closely with Formula E's Head of Technology to create the management infrastructure on which the entire championship will take place? This is the challenge for you!

Apply now entering your data on the global Modis website, will open the official candidacies on April 13th!

The new Digital Innovation Manager will be involved in one of the most electrifying areas of Formula E, operational importance will be given to the development and management of all the equipment regarding the Formula E championship including the Gaming Zone, as well as helping to shape the future of ABB Formula E working on technologies still under development.

The ideal innovation manager is passionate about gaming, has a degree in computer science, computer engineering or similar.

Apply now

The challenge of the Innovation Manager

During the 2018 championship, on the occasion of the Berlin E-Prix, Modis launched an ambitious project for the engineering and technological innovation of Formula E.

With this challenge, ABB Formula E and Modis aim to offer a brilliant young innovator an important six-month training period within the organization of the automotive championship.

Last August, after several tests that measured its logical-mathematical abilities, the Innovation Manager was selected to help develop the management software for the official events of the 2019-2020 championship.

Barnee Lloyd, a 25-year-old computer engineer, was the first to try his hand at this challenge by facing six months of internships characterized by interactions with teams from around the world that allowed him to immerse himself in the reality of one of the most innovative championships. of the global motoring scene.