ClearMotion

ClearMotion is a proactive ride system that transforms the foundation of cars- ride and handling.

ClearMotion develops and creates automotive technologies to improve the quality of time in cars. The company is commercializing the world’s first super-active ride system to improve the quality of time spent in cars.

ClearMotion was founded in 2009 by Shakeel Avadhany, Zackary Anderson & Vladimir Tarasov. The company was formerly known as Levant Power Corporation and changed its name to ClearMotion, Inc. in January 2017. ClearMotion is headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts with an additional office in Warwickshire, United Kingdom.

 ClearMotion replaces a car's shock absorbers with powerful, fast-acting software and actuators that pull/push each wheel, delivering an experience like no other. It offers ClearMotion, a chassis system with software and actuators that pushes/pulls each wheel that is used as a replacement for the car’s shock absorbers. 

ClearMotion is built on a software-centric, electro-hydraulic core called the Activalve. This device lives at each corner of the car wherein the power electronics, electro-hydraulics, and controls software reside.

 

ClearMotion is backed New Enterprise Associates, JP Morgan, and Qualcomm Ventures among others. The company has acquired Bose Corporation - Active Motion Control Business, on Nov 15, 2017.

 

 

  • Year founded: 2009
  • Funding Info: $255.8M in 6 funding rounds (Last Funding Type: Series D)
  • Yearly Revenue: $100M-$500M
  • Employee Size: 201-500
  • Business Valuation: Valued $2B as of Jan 08, 2019
  • City/Town: Woburn
  • State: Massachusetts
  • Country: United States
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