Mobility Startups – Mobility As A Service Startups “MAAS”
Citymapper use the power of open data, mobile and payment technology to make transport sustainable and hassle free.
Zeelo is a bus service with a personal touch and a big hairy goal to make shared transport viable alternative to the car.
Zeelo aim to do this by focusing on the urban area mobility market (up to 100km) they intend to tackle the growing challenges such as cost and closed city centres associated with reliance on private cars
3. Vivicity Labs
Vivicity Labs helps organisations make the best decisions so we can all travel safely, sustainably and smartly.
Vivacity Labs helps governments manage traffic by providing live and historic data on the types of vehicles driving on the roads.
Viva Labs then give them visibility into congestion and travel patterns by deploying sensors with on-board cameras which process and discard all the video on the sensor.
4. VU City
VU City helps people to make better decisions on urban planning through accurate, impartial data in a 3D Digital Twin.
The VU.CITY platform covers the whole of London and the centres of other major UK and international cities.
Adopted by over 80% of London’s boroughs, VU.CITY is helping simplify the process of planning and providing a working blueprint for the rest of the world.
What if businesses only ordered and moved the exact products they needed?
Zencargo are on a mission to synchronise supply and demand to help every business deliver amazing customer experiences as efficiently as possible.
From their early days JustPark has been helping drivers park on driveways around sports stadiums to where JustPark are now, helping over 3.5m drivers park across over 45,000 locations around the country
JustPark is now one of the most loved parking apps.
JustPark make parking easy for drivers – whilst helping parking owners and operators (of all shapes and sizes), optimise and re-purpose their under-utilised parking real-estate.
Wayve are building artificial intelligence capable of complex driving using end-to-end deep learning; one which can scale across diverse urban environments.
Wayve is building a full driving software system which is data-driven at every layer, learning to drive.
Their unique end-to-end machine learning approach learns to drive in complex, never-seen-before urban environments and learn to drive with computer vision by both observing human driving, and by using reinforcement learning.
Zenzic are accelerating the UK’s connected and self-driving vehicle ecosystem, by facilitating and promoting development across the UK.
Zenzic (formerly Meridian) was created by government and industry to focus on key areas of UK capability in the global connected and self-driving sector.
A sector predicted to be worth £907 billion by 2035.
Beryl is a design and tech company with the main objective to inspire more people to get on bikes in cities with innovative products designed to make cycling safer
Fixter take your car to the best independent garages, hand picked for you.
Fixter’s fully-insured drivers collect your car at the time, date and location of your choice; then deliver it right back when and where you want it.
Their in-house experts approve your car’s service at every stage and if a service or MOT reveals something unexpected, they will call you immediately to explain the situation and make a recommendation.
Arrival is a technology company founded to create Generation 2 Electric Vehicles.
Devices on wheels — they outperform legacy technology to deliver an experience like no other, but are priced the same as fossil fuel equivalents.
12. City Maas
CityMaaS have done something really novel and useful and created an app that aims to improve inclusive travel for disabled people.
CityMaaS via an innovative design that responds accordingly to the user’s disabilities to give the best travel options in real time.
What does Mobility Startup mean?
Mobility refers to the category of all transportation startups and technologies
Which are the biggest Mobility Startups London has?
Without doubt Uber is the most famous but also Deliveroo is an example of a large scale successful mobility startup – although they both may classify themselves differently…
Where is there growth in the mobility category?
Mobility startups are springing up where ever there are marketing inefficiencies, out of date technology and significant friction meaning that productivity can be improves. At the moment food delivery, cargo and haulage are seeing a lot of startups trying to reduce friction
What is the main focus of mobility startups right now?
It probably is urban transport including all the technology being developed to improve how we travel but also the actual mode of travel such as city bikes, shared cars and taxis