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Austin launches pilot to test scooter infrastructure

Austin launches pilot to test scooter infrastructure

Austin Transportation and Swiftmile are undertaking the six-month, no-cost pilot project to test the usability of the company’s universal scooter parking and charging stations for e-scooters.

Spin announces first international micro-mobility launch in Cologne

Spin announces first international micro-mobility launch in Cologne

The Ford Motor Company subsidiary’s e-scooters can be rented for €0.30 per minute and further deployments will follow in the German cities of Dortmund and Essen.

Peachtree Corners launches fleet of teleoperated scooters for public use

Peachtree Corners launches fleet of teleoperated scooters for public use

The Gwinnett County city in the US will run an initial six-month pilot of the e-scooters which will also provide another form of transport to help recover from lockdown.

Which US states rank as innovation champions?

Which US states rank as innovation champions?

The Consumer Technology Association ranks the states on how supportive their policies are and the latest list shows innovation is not confined to the coastal tech hubs.

Luna to pilot cm-level positioning for e-scooters in Dublin

Luna to pilot cm-level positioning for e-scooters in Dublin

The new technology could help micromobility providers better manage their fleets and therefore reduce the disruption and conflict seen in some cities.

Blockchain-based e-mobility pilot to be trialled in Bonn

Blockchain-based e-mobility pilot to be trialled in Bonn

Deutsche Telekom’s innovation unit is launching Xride at its headquarters in the German city, which will make use of a fleet of electric scooters for use by employees.