May Mobility Stock

maymobility.comEnergy / Clean EnergyFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $300.09MM

May Mobility's mission is to transform cities through autonomous technology to increase their safety and accessibility while reducing their environmental impact. This company was founded in 2017 by Edwin Olson, Alisyn Malek and Steve Vozar and is headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI.

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Management Team

Edwin Olson Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Tom Tang
Chief People Officer
Manik Dhar
Chief Commercial Officer
Anna Brunelle
Chief Financial Officer
Katherine Winter
Chief Operating Officer

Board Members

Anshul Agarwal
LG Technology Ventures
Benjamin Birnbaum
Cyrus Capital Partners
Doug Renert JD
Tandem Capital
Jim Adler
Toyota Ventures
Jim Scheinman JD
Maven Ventures
Marcia Hatch JD
Gunderson Dettmer
Mark Farrell JD
Thayer Ventures
Ray Cheng
Millennium Technology Value Partners
Reilly Brennan
Trucks Venture Capital
Sara Thomas Deshpande
Maven Ventures

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News Highlights

US-based May Mobility drives away with $105M to deploy its driverless tech to more cities
US-based May Mobility, which develops and deploys autonomous vehicle (AV) technology has snapped $105 million in Series D funding. The equity round was led by Japanese telecommunications powerhouse, NTT Group alongside new and existing financial and strategic investors, including Toyota Ventures, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company, State Farm Ventures®, BMW i Ventures, Cyrus Capital, Trucks Venture Capital and Millennium Technology Value Partners.
AV Startup May Mobility Locks Up Another $105M From NTT, Toyota
May Mobility, a Michigan-based autonomous vehicle startup, has raised $105 million in a Series D funding round led by the NTT Group and Toyota Ventures, among other investors. This latest round brings May Mobility's total funding to approximately $300 million since its founding in 2017. NTT Group now holds exclusive rights to distribute May Mobility's autonomous vehicle technology throughout Japan.
May Mobility is trying to solve self-driving — one shuttle at a time
May Mobility, a Michigan-based autonomous ride sharing company, is introducing "microtransit" services in the form of self-driving shuttles. The company uses its own self-driving technology, based on its multi-policy decision-making software, and Toyota‚ Sienna Autono-MaaS minivans. The goal is to incrementally improve the technology while providing transportation services to businesses and government organizations.
Updated on: Jun 13, 2024


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