The current mobility market is biased in favor of able-bodied users. WHILL is here to address the gap!
As shared mobility providers grow and need to validate multifaceted business models, Zoba brings a modular solution to increase the companies' ability to predict demand and optimize their fleets.
Airbus controls 45% of the global helicopter market. Low industry growth and the development of Urban Air Mobility or flying cars represent an important long-term threat to the survival of the helicopter industry as we know it. Airbus is trying to disrupt itself, before somebody else does by taking an all-encompassing approach to look at Urban Air Mobility. Airbus is investing in the entire ecosystem, including the on-demand helicopter ridesharing platform, voom.flights.
By focusing on the growing need for millennials and working professionals to minimize their transportation costs, Getaround connects car owners with renters through a scalable platform that benefits both the supply and demand side through the use of innovative technology.
Car manufacturer Daimler, who owns the Mercedes brand, has been quite aggressive in pursuing new business opportunities in the evolving context of urban transportation. Along the way the company is shifting from a product-centric business model to a platform approach to create and capture value.