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Founded Year

2018

Stage

Incubator/Accelerator - III | Alive

Total Raised

$540K

About Magnus

Magnus operates as an artificial intelligence (AI) based intelligent robo-advisory platform. It automatically manages the portfolio and offers personalized optimal asset allocation and dynamic investment recommendations with algorithms based on advanced estimation methods in line with the investor's risk profile and expectations. Magnus was formerly known as Akıllıfon. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Izmir, Turkey.

Headquarters Location

Izmir,

Turkey

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Magnus's Product Videos

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Magnus's Products & Differentiators

    Magnus Investment API

    Embedded investment management API for companies

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Research containing Magnus

Get data-driven expert analysis from the CB Insights Intelligence Unit.

CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Magnus in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Oct 6, 2023.

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Latest Magnus News

UMEX 2024: Kintsugi unveils Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept

Jan 26, 2024

26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat. 26 January 2024 by Amit Kalra & Sunil Nair Kintsugi plans to bring out a road-legal concept of the Magnus hybrid propulsion vehicle by 2025. (Janes/Amit Kalra) United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based artificial intelligence (AI) electric solution provider Kintsugi unveiled its Magnus tactical ground vehicle concept on the opening day of the Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Conference (UMEX) 2024 show held in Abu Dhabi from 23 to 25 January. The Magnus concept is being developed by Kintsugi subsidiary Eneron. Kintsugi corporate communications manager Waleed Alblooshi told Janes, “Leveraging the power of AI, it took less than three months to complete the design.” The Magnus 4×4 all-terrain vehicle will have a proprietary dual-range extender hybrid system that powers its wheels with 600 kW or 805 hp electric motors on each axle. The vehicle has fully armoured doors without centre pillars that open 90º, allowing troops to quickly mount and dismount and providing a ballistic shield in urban close combat.

Magnus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Magnus founded?

    Magnus was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Magnus's headquarters?

    Magnus's headquarters is located at Izmir.

  • What is Magnus's latest funding round?

    Magnus's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator - III.

  • How much did Magnus raise?

    Magnus raised a total of $540K.

  • Who are the investors of Magnus?

    Investors of Magnus include Workup Rise & LEAP program, workup, Qatar Development Bank, Alima Ventures, Qatar FinTech Hub and 3 more.

  • Who are Magnus's competitors?

    Competitors of Magnus include Betterment and 4 more.

  • What products does Magnus offer?

    Magnus's products include Magnus Investment API and 2 more.

  • Who are Magnus's customers?

    Customers of Magnus include Kuveyt Turk and Global Securities.

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