Superpedestrian develops economically efficient micro-mobility scooters to enable operator profitability.
Superpedestrian develops micro-mobility scooters powered by IoT, firmware and software for shared mobility operators to significantly reduce operational costs, increase vehicle lifetime through industrial design and improved safety, and optimize fleet operations by leveraging data.
Superpedestrian was founded in 2012 out of MIT by Assaf Biderman, the company’s CEO. Prior to founding Superpedestrian, Assaf was the Associate Director of MIT’s Senseable City Lab for 15 years, which uses robotics and big data to solve urban challenges. Their team is made up of former leading engineers and business executives at companies such as NVIDIA, Citibank, and Flancoster Services. The company recently announced the launching of its own electric scooter fleet, Link, and its acquisition of Zagster, a micro-mobility company.
Superpedestrian is based in Boston, Massachusetts and has 40 employees.