Agile 360’s new mobility vehicle powers through the barriers that have limited the
mobility of wheelchair users for many years. Explore our site to learn more about
it, the team behind the company and the promising investing opportunities.
With its innovative design, the mobility vehicle vastly improves the user’s optional
movements, operating range and maneuverability.
The Agile 360 mobility vehicle offers several significant advantages compared to its competitors. Innovative in all aspects of its design, it creates exciting new possibilities for the user.
The unique chassis design of our wheelchair is IPR-approved, and we have received a positive Written Second Opinion from the European Patent Office. Furthermore, we have patent applications pending in Israel, the U.S., Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, and Australia.
THE AGILE 360
The sleek and elegant design of the Agile 360 mobility vehicle perfectly combines form with functionality. It shows how flexible, fast, light and economic our mobility vehicle is. In this way, it shows how people with mobility challenges can find a solution that not only gives them new degrees of mobility – it also does it with style!
The Agile 360 mobility vehicle is blazingly fast. With a top speed of 30 km/h, you should not worry about your ability to ride along with your friends or family on bicycle trips – rather, they should be worried whether they will be able to keep up with you!
With a patented wheel frame chassis, you can turn the Agile 360 mobility vehicle around where normal wheelchairs would be stuck. Adding ‘360’ to the Agile brand, our mobility vehicle can perform a full 360-degree turn on the spot, dramatically improving the mobility level of its user.
Traveling by airplane with a powered wheelchair is normally a nightmare. Severe damages incurred on the wheelchair during the handling in airports are a common phenomenon. However, thanks to our design, we have eliminated this problem. Now, you can fit the wheelchair into a suitcase conforming to the normal stipulations of international flight standards, making transportation easier than ever before.
The battery in the Agile 360 mobility vehicle has a range of up to 50 km per charge. Moreover, it will be possible to extend this range even further with an additional battery, adding another 25 km of range. Energy consumption is low with just 12Wh/km due to the lightness of the vehicle. Like the other key features of the vehicle, this improves the user's freedom of mobility.
Built in carbon fiber, the frame of the Agile 360 mobility vehicle is both light and strong, conveying one of our visions behind the product as a whole. The vision of creating a highly maneuverable, user-friendly and portable vehicle that expresses freedom, rather than the clumsy stigma of confinement normally associated with powered wheelchairs.
The Agile 360 mobility vehicle is the perfect solution to satisfy all your indoor and outdoor mobility needs, as it can power through any surface or terrain. Thanks to the patented wheel frame, it can climb curbs as high as 11 cm. Besides, you can easily sit-in at a normal dinner- or conference table with its adjustable seat height.
It all started with an idea to create a mobility vehicle that could take mobility to a whole new level. Our chief innovation officer, Mads Bendt, had for many years been dissatisfied with the existing powered wheelchairs on the market.
But instead of accepting the limitations, he used his knowhow and experience as an inventor to turn the limitations into opportunities. Opportunities to build something better that can change the lives of wheelchair users.
Mads began designing his new vision of what a modern and innovative wheelchair should look like with a strict specification of requirements - the most significant of them being that it should be able to fit in a suitcase. The result was a groundbreaking mobility vehicle both light, fast, agile and compact.
After having his patent application registered for the design of the innovative new wheel frame chassis enabling all this, and after founding a company to develop it, the adventure of building a groundbreaking new mobility vehicle had begun.