The folding electric scooter

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MIT develop a low cost folding electric scooter.

So scenta, initiated by The Engineering and Technology Board (the etb), works with leaders in the science. Also we be Science. engineering and technology (SET) community. All to provide a gateway to the best information and resources. Especially for those pursuing a career in SET.  MIT develop a low cost folding electric scooter.

William J. Mitchell Professor of Architecture and Media Arts and Sciences developed the folding electric scooter / vehicle. One which boasts of being clean, compact, energy efficient. I mean not to mention cool, along with several of his MIT students. The team also collaborated with SYM. For that’s a major scooter manufacturer in Taiwan. Also and ITRI, Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute. The scooter, which has a clean, simple design. For it was dreamt up in response to a need in Asian and European cities. All which are already fond of traditional scooters. The advantage of the new model, however, is that it does not run on the old-style. Thereby polluting two-stroke engine and is silent.

Taking their lead from origami and existing folding bicycles, the Smart Cities team addressed the problem by designing a clean, green, silent scooter that can be folded in half and towed like a rolling suitcase—easy to take on trains, or indoors—or stacked in a rack for storage and battery charging.

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