These Bikes Use GPS And Mobile Data To Create A Better Sharing Network

These Bikes Use GPS And Mobile Data To Create A Better Sharing Network
Automotive

Mobike is a purpose-built cycle set to be implemented in Singapore as a transportation supplement in 2017

Leo Lutero
  • 7 november 2016

A startup in China called Mobike is creating a bike sharing platform from the ground up. Unlike other bike-sharing programs, their bikes are purpose-built and can be parked anywhere in the city.

Without stations, these bikes makes borrower switching more organic by naturally concentrating the rides to where there is more commuter traffic. To borrow a bike, riders just have to scan its unique QR code and the bike will magically unlock itself.

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