Autonomous vehicle startup founder strives to create healthcare – BOTWC

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The founder of an autonomous vehicle startup seeks to mobilize health services, Black company reports.

Frederick Akphoghene is the founder of JeGO Technologies, Inc., a company that designs and manufactures autonomous vehicles, including autonomous pods that can be used to transport goods and services. A Nigerian immigrant, Akpoghene began his tech career at the age of just 16, before founding and partnering with hundreds of companies and startups, including Abovav Technologies and Oddio Tribe Holdings.

Today, he launched his own business, “JéGO”, inspired by the African goddess of commerce. The company’s goal is to use its mobile platform to connect users to businesses that provide on-demand services such as flu testing, COVID testing, IV therapy, and other services that can be offered directly to customers using driverless JéGO pods.

“JéGO is here to give entrepreneurs the space to compete and to give service providers the mobility to serve without the burden of large fixed costs like rent … communities instead of flowing to big business – because we’re just as tired of this normalcy as you are, ”Akpoghene said.

With over 15 years of experience in technology development and software engineering, Akpoghene was able to design the flagship patent pending prototype on its own. Its standalone pods come at a time when commerce is constantly changing and retail businesses are still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. So far, JeGO pods have already been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and have secured a number of partnerships, including one with a Miami-based emergency care clinic. Akpoghene launches pilot area in Miami with the clinic, setting the Pods course and connecting app users to emergency care services.

“It’s clear now more than ever that people need and continue to need services on the go, starting with COVID testing. Join us in changing the world by building a new business infrastructure powered by JéGO Pods. We are here to ensure the present and future growth of businesses and access to essential healthcare services throughout the pandemic and beyond, ”Akpoghene said.

Recently Akpoghene launched a crowdfunding campaign via Start Engine allow angel micro-investors to support JéGO alongside major venture capitalists. The goal is for the JeGO Pod pilot to launch by the third quarter of 2022 with pilots in several cities, including Miami, Atlanta and Los Angeles over the next five years, as well as a fleet of more than 100 vehicles without driver operating on various routes throughout the United States, Europe and South Africa.

As Akpoghene begins launching its product with healthcare providers, the autonomous market is expected to reach $ 367 billion globally by 2030 and JéGO will eventually be open to all providers looking to provide their products and services. directly to users and having already partnered with a local manufacturer. to produce the Pods.

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Congratulations Frédéric! Thanks to you, we can!

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