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Startups you need to hear of: Tesla, Bird and many more

With the products of the Americans, changes in traffic flows can be predicted. Plus: Tesla now with shorter load times and Bird allows fleet owners self-government.

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Remix Receives $ 15 Million Funding in a Series B Round. The San Francisco startup helps cities assess changes in the transit infrastructure. For example, software simulates how an extra cycle lane affects the traffic flow. Currently, about 300 cities are created on the platform.

On our side we recommend today the view of the Berlin insurance startup Friday. The digital car insurance is to receive 75 million euros and additional media services.

And otherwise? Other mobility and startup stories:

Tesla’s new Supercharger shortens the load times significantly. The third generation of charging stations should allow around 120 kilometers of range in five minutes of charging time. In Germany, on the other hand, the authorities have also informed the company that it can not include any fictitious gasoline savings in the sales price of its cars.

Bird now allows fleet customers to manage their entire scooter fleet. Bird Platform will initially be in New Zealand, Canada and Latin America.

Taxify will also offer its Ridehailing services under the name Bolt. Under this brand, the startup, in which, among others, Daimler and Didi from China have invested, already operates an electric scooter service.

Jetpack Aviation wants to produce flying motorcycles and has now even received money from the Y Combinator. Speeder is the first model and currently interested people pay $ 10,000 to even be put on the waiting list.

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