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Professional football players are equipped with the latest technology to track their performances during the match. The founders of sports tracking platform Dashtag thought it was about time to bring a similar technology to young amateur players. The startup has just announced it will receive an investment of €250.000, partly from a private investor and partly the result of a successful Leapfunder campaign.
Later this year, the first employees of ABN Amro in Eindhoven will be using the electric cars of Amber Mobility for their business trips. The Eindhoven startup today announced their plans during a presentation in the klokgebouw, as part of a special farewell exhibition for former mayor Rob van Gijzel.
If you thought being an astronaut is pretty cool, then you’re more right than ever. Not only do you get to go to space, but you’ll also spend your training in virtual reality. NASA is currently experimenting with VR-sessions to get their men and women ready for the real work. They do so with the help of Eindhoven startup Manus VR, and their virtual reality glove.
Last week, CEO Vince Meens announced that his all-you-can-fly-platform JetWise filed for bankruptcy. The Amsterdam-based startup offered a subscription based model where clients could take unlimited seats on scheduled flights with private jets from the Dutch capital to hotspots like Cannes and Ibiza for 10.000 euro’s a year.
CEO Vince Meens of Jetwise announced on Facebook that the all-you-can-fly-platform filed for bankruptcy. The startup based out of Amsterdam offered unlimited private jet flights from Amsterdam to Cannes and Ibiza, for weekend getaways.