In the future, the company aims to expand its reach to all kinds of vehicles, including cars and even airplane landing gear. They are currently working on their Samson line, which will first be used on UAVs.
Heading overseas before returning home
SoftWheel was incorporated in 2011, with support from the Rad-BioMed Technology Accelerator and the Office of the Chief Scientist of the Israeli Ministry of Economics. The company’s chief designer is AAmirmir Zaid, who also designed the MUVe foldable urban scooter. The company held a seed funding round and is currently holding a Series A financing round (raising an amount they would not disclose).