In The Media
Featured in e27.co
"Another startup, Hapticus, is an alumni of the INIFINITI Accelerator 2.0. Hapticus is a Singapore-based mobility solutions technology company, whose flagship product is a virtual transportation hub for people with special needs. Their system, comprised of a set of mobile and web applications, matches adequate transportation options with the specific user’s mobility needs."
"Want to Roll Your Product out to the Streets? This Ignition Programme Could Be the Answer." E27. N.p., 3 Feb. 2017. Web.
Featured in CNBC
"I think the ones that are leading the forefront through their collaboration is companies like Hapticus. It is a Singapore based mobility solution provider for people with disabilities or the elderly. I am pleased to say that they have got funding from Nissan R&D and Innovation arm."
General Manager, Global Business Transformation & Brand at Infiniti Motor Company Ltd.
Featured in The Straits Times
Lim, Adrian (2017, February 27). Transport firms in disability sector get help with new app. The Straits Times, p. B2.
Transport Firms in disability sector get help with new app
"The 56-year-old, who juggles up to 10 trips daily, used to rely on a paper job chit and a street directory book for locating unfamiliar places.
But since he started using a mobile app called HeartWheels about eight months ago, Mr Ng has been able to do away with these rudimentary paper tools and focus better at the wheel."
Handicaps Welfare Association van driver Ng Song Liang uses the HeartWheels® app to view his schedule from a tablet, instead of depending on a pen and paper method and picking up phone calls from the office.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Hapticus is the developer of the technology for HeartWheels® -
A transport booking management system administered by SG Enable.
Start-ups partnering large corporates
"Likewise, Mr Amir Nivy, founder of Hapticus, a Singapore-based start-up that develops mobility solutions to help people with disabilities to use transportation that suits their needs, began an ongoing collaboration with luxury car company Infiniti, through joining its accelerator programme in Hong Kong."
Lee, Xin En (2017, March 14). Start-ups partnering large corporates. The Straits Times, p. C3.