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The riding behaviours of electric scooters are drastically changing. The lives of city dwellers are being significantly changed by micro mobility. In Korea, e-bike and e-scooter startups have been booming, particularly in Seoul.
The South Korea Electric Scooter 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 e-scooter provider Neuron Mobility, with operations in Australia and New Zealand, declared its intention to enter Korea. The business will first roll out 2,000 of its new Korean-spec electric scooters in Gangnam, Seoul, and then it will focus on improving operations before moving on to other areas of the city.
The world’s first app-controlled Helmet Lock, which connects a safety helmet to every e-scooter and encourages riders to follow the law by wearing one, is one of a number of cutting-edge safety features included on the Korean-spec KS1 electric scooter.
All e-scooters will be GPS-connected and controlled by geofencing technology, which will regulate where they may be ridden and parked as well as the maximum speed they can move at in certain locations.
The Anglian Omega Group of enterprises’ Omega Seiki Mobility Pvt. Ltd. (OSM) first two-wheeled electric scooters, the Zoro and Fiare, were launched. The company has ambitious plans for the electric two-wheeler market and is considering a significant worldwide partnership with Korea.
The electric scooter and micro mobility startup Swing from South Korea revealed it has raised millions to support its growth and entry into Japan.
The shared micro mobility business has debuted a new app called Dayrider in addition to its Swing offering, allowing delivery riders to rent e-scooters or mopeds for just one or two days without the burden of charging.
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