Superpedestrian Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Superpedestrian's estimated annual revenue is currently $85.4M per year.
- Superpedestrian's estimated revenue per employee is $311,750
- Superpedestrian's total funding is $261.7M.
- Superpedestrian has 274 Employees.
- Superpedestrian grew their employee count by 28% last year.
What Is Superpedestrian?
Superpedestrian is a transportation robotics company located in Cambridge, MA. Founded out of MIT in 2013, Superpedestrian develops technologies for micro-electric vehicles that optimize safety, reliability, and performance. Superpedestrian spent over 4 years developing its proprietary Vehicle Intelligence System (VIS), which was first introduced in the companyￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs consumer product, the Copenhagen Wheel. Since 2018, Superpedestrian has focused its efforts on engineering and validating its new electric scooter for shared fleets. In 2020, the company launched its vehicles under the brand name LINK. Featuring the mature VIS platform, Superpedestrianￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs fleet scooter can detect and protect against more than 100 common malfunctions. This platform of embedded computers and cloud software enables Superpedestrianￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs scooters to autonomously protect from damage during and between rides. Within nanoseconds, the scooters can detect potential problems such as battery fires, short circuits, or failed brakes, and take corrective action to avert damage. Vehicle Intelligence prevents over 50% of issues that would cause other scooters to fail, and streamlines operations if issues arise. If the scooter canￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢt protect itself, it automatically becomes unavailable for rental and generates a detailed service ticket for repair. The result is a substantial improvement in vehicle safety for scooter riders and major cost savings for fleet operators. Superpedestrian is re-engineering micromobility, one vehicle at a time.keywords:Hardware, Consumer Electronics, Transportation, Bicycles
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Superpedestrian and Cities Today Release Roadmap for Helping E-Scooters and Public Transit Work Better Together to Reduce Car Trips.
The city of Chicago announced Thursday it has awarded two-year permits to Lime, Spin and Superpedestrian to collectively operate 3,000...
Superpedestrian which operates its LINK e-scooter network in cities like Los Angeles, Seattle and San Diego says its technology can "detect...
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