5 Mobility Startups To Watch Out In 2021
Mobility is changing the world. The old way of living in cars for commuting to work or owning a car when it was just needed on weekends is no longer practical. Instead, we live in an era where self-driving cars are being tested and mass-produced by major companies like Tesla and BMW. These changes will lead to more mobility startups popping up with innovative ideas that can change how we commute, travel, or even stay fit with our busy schedules.
This company is a pioneer in mobility. Tortoise has invented the world’s first surfboard with electric propulsion for personal transportation. All their boards are designed to be environmentally friendly and have built-in safety features like Bluetooth connectivity so you can easily track your board if it gets lost or stolen.
Scoot Networks provides urban commuters an affordable way of commuting around San Francisco through its shared electric scooters that are available 24/hrs a day at very low prices. You just need to download the Scoot Network app on iTunes App Store or Google Play Store, create an account then reserve your ride online, which costs as little as $0.25 per minute depending on what type of membership you choose.
Segway Robotics is the first company to develop an affordable personal robot that can autonomously follow you everywhere. The robot will be available in 2020, and it’s equipped with sensors that allow the device to navigate around obstacles, avoid falling down stairs or bumping into walls, keep track of its owner at any time, anywhere indoors as well outdoors.
It comes with a camera so users can interact through videos too. Additionally, there are speakers where people can record their voice message, which the Seego bot will play for anyone within earshot on command wherever they go. Staying fit has never been easier; all you need is your phone and computer to stay connected with family/friends while jogging or working out without worrying about getting lost.
This company is about to change how people stay fit with their busy schedules. Populus provides its users a personalized daily workout routine that’s tailored according to their physical fitness level, preferred time of the day, and location.
The workouts are designed by professional trainers who know what it takes for someone at each stage of life, like kids or adults, to remain healthy while working on limited time. All you need is an internet connection anywhere in the world (including the gym) where Populus works.
Vade is the first company to create an affordable and user-friendly wearable device that can track your physical activity, manage stress levels throughout the day, remind you when it’s time for a break or take medication.
This smart wristband has both Bluetooth connectivity as well cellular service, so users will never have to worry about losing their fitness tracker ever again. Vade also comes with voice recognition technology, so whenever someone needs help, all they need is to say what they want through this tiny wearable band. Stay fit while on vacation by booking cheap flights online at Expedia.
We hope this list of 5 mobility startups to watch out for in 2021 has helped you discover some exciting new companies making strides in the industry. If you have any other suggestions for future articles, let us know!