- Date: 07/08/2021
Voi, Europe’s largest shared e-scooter operator, today launches the world’s first large scale pilot of computer vision on e-scooters, installing…
As part of Seattle’s electric powered scooter-share program, micromobility company Wheels is deploying seated scooters around the city.
Wheels says the seated riding position provides a more stable and safer ride to serve more people and those who might be wary of trying a stand-up scooter. The scooters also have large, 14-inch tires that help create a smooth ride over uneven surfaces.
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