The reason why electric-scooter-sharing is popular
Singapore’s electric-scooter-sharing is emerging and are now investing 20,000 cars in the streets of Singapore. Theshared service provider is Singapore Neuron Mobility. The user is required to pay a deposit of US $ 35.5, paying an hourly fee of US $ 1.4 and the fastest speed of only 15 km per hour.
Zachary Wang, co-founder of shared service provider Neuron Mobility, said it wanted to encourage more travelers to use shared electric scooters by sharing the bike pattern.
It is reported that sharing the scooter car with the shared bicycle almost all in the vehicle system equipped with GPS and Internet of things sensors, to identify the specific location of the scooter and real-time software positioning.
Price, the user is required to pay $35.5 deposit, one hour pay $1.4, the fastest speed of only 15 kilometers per hour.
Unlike shared bikes, the current shared scooter takes the form of a pile, and when the user takes it, it is necessary to find a fixed parking space. So the downside is that when your electric scooter runs out of power, you can not park it at will.
Neuron completed the seed round financing a year ago and is now preparing for the next round of financing. The target financing is between $ 1.5 million and $ 2 million.