A low-cost electric motorcycle/scooter with interchangable batteries is already greatly reducing pollution in Tapei and will be coming to other communities soon. At $3,000, this mobility solution is relatively affordable, features a 60 mile range and is centered around tech features, such as the ability to remotely turn on and off with one’s smart phone. They have an “OPEN” network, whereby they install battery chargers at retailers, allowing the retailer to provide a service to its customer (top off one’s batteries or swap them out for charged ones – swapping takes less than a minute).
Silicon Valley is abuzz with the excitement of Super Bowl week and the influx of the purported 1 million visitors that are descending upon the Bay Area. In a news release, Verizon indicates they have invested $70M in LTE network upgrades to prepare for the onslaught. If an Indianapolis-based, IoT company, profiled below in the Korner, was […]