IIT Delhi: E-scooter with an average of 20 paise per kilometer


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New Delhi. IIT-Delhi’s Incubated Startup Galleos Mobility has developed an electronic scooter ‘Hope’ running at a rate of around 20 paise per kilometer. Hope is an affordable scooter for delivery and local traffic. This scooter gives a top speed of 25 km / h. Also, the e-vehicle is in the discount category. It does not even require a driving license or registration for driving. Hope comes with a portable charger and portable lithium-ion battery, which can be charged with common plugs used in the home. With normal electricity, this battery is fully charged in 4 hours. Customers have the option of choosing two different ranges of 50 km and 75 km of battery capacity in an ideal situation depending on their transportation needs.

According to IIT-Delhi, this scooter is equipped with modern technologies like battery management system, data monitoring system and pedal assist unit. It has IoT which always informs customers about their scooters through data analytics. Due to such features, Hope falls into the category of smart and connected scooters of the future.

Galleos Mobility is one of the few companies that has given special features such as pedal assist system to the scooter. During the journey, customers can choose the option of pedal or throttle as per their convenience. For convenient parking, the hop is equipped with special reverse mode technology, with the help of which the scooter can be parked even in difficult places.

A sophisticated and low weight frame is built into the Hope for state-of-the-art use. The structure of the scooter and its lean design give it the ability to easily move through dense traffic. Weight carrier accessories or rear seats can be added to the vehicle according to the revolutional slide and ride requirements.

Gelios Mobility is collaborating with logistics and distribution companies to meet hyperlocal delivery requirements in food, e-commerce, grocery, compulsory and other distribution applications.

Hubs will be set up for charging and maintenance of scooters on the routes used most by the company. In the event of an emergency, contingency services such as on-route assistance and battery replacement will be provided by the company.

Aditya Tiwari, Founder and CEO, Gelios Mobility, said, “We are going through a period of increasing pollution and climate change every day, and there is a need for sustained efforts in all industries, especially in the field of automobiles. We started Galios Mobility 3 years ago. Hope is our flagship step in the effort to build the ecosystem. Hope’s price starts at just Rs 46,999, which makes us the most affordable internet connected scooter in the market. ” (IANS)

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