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E-bikes have an electric motor that makes cycling less taxing and enables you to go farther and quicker. Nevertheless, e-bikes are available in a variety of sizes and designs, and foldable electric bikes are currently very popular.
While e-bikes offer several benefits over traditional bicycles, moving them may be a real pain. When not in use, the bike may be folded down into a smaller, more transportable compact.
A license is not necessary for an electric foldable bike. Because they need a human operation, foldable bikes are considered to be bicycles by law. Therefore, using an electric folding bike does not require a specific license.
The South Korea Electric folding bike market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Leading South Korean telecommunications operator KT Corp. has entered the burgeoning electric bicycle market with the release of a foldable electric bicycle that uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology and KT’s smart mobility platform.
The Air I electric bicycle from Recon Hi-Tech Bike Co. was revealed by KT. It is backed by KT’s smart mobility platform, which links an embedded IoT module in a moving item like a bicycle with an LTE-M network to check location data in real-time and manage the bike’s partial functions.
Thanks to the KT platform embedded in the bicycles, Air I users may access the most recent location information of their stolen or lost bicycles.
The IoT-enabled remote control feature of the bicycle will also enable consumers to turn off the motor in order to stop their stolen bikes from being sold or modified.
The Air i’s frame and fork are said to be built of alloy, and even with a battery and engine that are integrated into the bicycle, it weighs only 15 kilos overall, according to KT.
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