Thousands of new startups are founded every year – emerging companies with the potential to disrupt the mobility industry. To give you a head-start on emerging technologies and startups that will impact the mobility sector in 2022, we analyzed a total of 1 990 global mobility startups & scaleups. Meet 5 of the most promising startups to watch!
Global Startup Heat Map highlights 5 Mobility Startups to Watch in 2022
Out of 1 990, the 5 mobility startups to watch are chosen through the Big Data & Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered StartUs Insights Discovery Platform, covering over 2 093 000+ startups & scaleups globally. As the world’s largest resource for data on emerging companies, the SaaS platform enables you to identify relevant startups, emerging technologies & future industry trends quickly & exhaustively.
The Global Startup Heat Map below highlights the 5 mobility startups you should watch in 2022 as well as the geo-distribution of the other 1 985 startups & scaleups we analyzed for this research. We hand-picked the 5 highlighted mobility startups based on our data-driven startup scouting approach, taking into account factors such as location, founding year, the relevance of technology, and funding, among others.
bloXmove develops a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) Platform
Founding Year: 2021
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Funding: USD 50 000
Innovate with bloXmove for connected mobility.
Irish startup bloXmove offers a B2B mobility-as-a-service platform. Using blockchain, the startup creates a mobility alliance that connects bikes, scooters, cars, and trains for passengers to travel with a single ticket. It verifies the passengers’ personal data, allowing them to sign contracts and pay to avail the service, while it handles the allocation of the bookings. Unlike traditional fragmented mobility, this enables collaboration among all the channels, allowing mobility companies to provide an improved customer experience.
Imperium Drive enables Autonomous Mobility
Founding Year: 2019
Location: London, UK
Funding: USD 120 000
Reach out to Imperium Drive for remote driving.
Imperium Drive is a British startup that advances autonomous mobility. The software’s AI algorithms predict end-to-end network behavior using all the available parameters from cellular networks. These predictions enable effective teleoperation through in-time adaptation of the streaming and control systems, leading to safe remote driving in uncontrolled environments. Moreover, a link-aware controller handles extreme network conditions like a sudden loss of signal or highly unstable links by executing safety measures that ensure vehicle safety at all times. By performing remote relocations and vehicle deliveries, fleet operators are able to increase their service area and enhance passenger convenience.
Mooevo provides Electric Mobility
Founding Year: 2019
Location: Colmenar Viejo, Spain
Funding: USD 400 000
Partner with Mooevo for cargo, waste transportation, and electric wheelchairs.
Spanish startup Mooevo manufactures electric mobility solutions. Mooevo Cargo is the startup’s electric vehicle (EV) that simplifies transportation of large loads. It has two 350 watt motors which allow it to carry 200 Kg, including the person driving it. Moreover, because of its setback, the EV enables users to drive it on the road as well as walk it on the sidewalk. This facilitates tasks that are traditionally carried out by manual labor, thus, reducing effort and delivery time. Similarly, Mooevo Clean is a sustainable trolley with an electric motor designed for cleaning services which enables effortless transportation of the load.
Drover AI advances Micromobility Solutions
Founding Year: 2020
Location: Los Angeles, USA
Use this solution for sidewalk detection or parking management.
Drover AI is a US-based startup that offers micromobility solutions. Its internet of things (IoT) module, PathPilot, distinguishes granular infrastructure in real-time without the need for ground truth information or a precise global positioning system (GPS). PathPilot identifies sidewalks, streets, and bike lanes, as well as provides parking verification and management, vehicle control capabilities, and user notifications. This enables finite geofencing even in GPS-challenged areas, which aids with regulatory compliance and the potential reduction of insurance costs. Additionally, PathPilot’s AI model distinguishes additional unique elements based on specific use cases, delivering real-time vehicle awareness.
Neovya Mobility offers a Traffic Simulation Platform
Founding Year: 2019
Location: Lyon, France
Collaborate with Neovya Mobility for traffic prediction and mobility engineering.
French startup Neovya Mobility develops Neovya Hubism, a cloud-based data analytics and simulation platform for mobility engineering. It integrates and merges all types of mobility and geospatial data to predict and manage traffic volumes, speed, density, and occupancy rate. Utilizing digital twin, the platform creates a replica model of the network and travel demand. This includes defining scenarios, launching calculations, archiving results, and replaying simulations at any time. The startup enables mobility service providers to determine the best locations to adapt the network, analyze travel times to improve the quality of service, and evaluate services.
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