With insight from government, operator and NGO experts, the new report examines how sustainability and equity goals can be driven by making it easier and less expensive to combine e-scooter use with public transit.
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Following several successful field tests of its new Pedestrian Defense software, Superpedestrian’s latest funding round will allow the company to integrate the software into its expanding fleet of LINK e-scooters.
In the final 2021 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: the future of autonomous mobility; how alternative power is supporting the decarbonisation of public transport; why delivering a seamless and enjoyable passenger experience is key to recovering passenger ridership post-pandemic; and much more.
Superpedestrian's new passes make the company’s service akin to that of traditional public transport, offering a more cost-effective option for passengers choosing to travel by e-scooter.
By becoming a member of the NMA, Superpedestrian has committed to contribute to a responsible micro-mobility market in the Nordic region, including safer vehicles and road traffic.
A fleet of 100 Superpedestrian LINK e-scooters - which feature the company's patented Vehicle Intelligence system - are now in operation in the French city of Bordeaux.
Superpedestrain’s expansion into the shared micromobility space is fuelled by the acquisition of Zagster’s scooter business and an investment of $15 million led by growth equity investor Edison Partners.
Superpedestrian scooters are said to be able to rapidly detect and protect against more than 100 common scooter malfunctions.