When winter passes, among other things, the Swedish Voi Technology exile will be launched in Oslo.
– We do not have a special date to proceed, but we are already talking in spring. We're waiting to break the snow, Eric André, a Nordic manager in Voi, who was this week in Oslo said to talk to the Oslo town.
The company has taken Sweden with a storm and since its inception in the summer of 2018 he received 100,000 users, and is launched in Denmark, Spain, France and Portugal.
Maximum speed of 20km per hour, locked with app, and parking at any location in the center of the unit; town.
Bicycle-based projectors to launch a pilot project
The Urban Sharing company, behind the urban bicycle system in the cities of Norway and Edinburgh, is also on a pilot project with 400 electric guards installed at Fornebu.
"It's pretty high to be a wild competition, but we do not believe it will be a market where one will win his war", says Technology Director Sharing Urban, Johan Høgåsen-Hallesby.
Initially the company does not have a & # 39; offers the digital platform for the scutch companies but, first, it will compete with other players to sell them more quizzes.
They also get a competition from Norwegian entrepreneurs in the & # 39; Zvipps company, which, according to Finansavisen, will add 1,000 electric scutter bike within 3 ring in Oslo.
In addition, Norwegian players like Zap Scooters and BIMM have plans to be launched early, according to Sharing Urban.
The most similar business model in each player is that one is paying an amount to solve the squares, and then pay each minute.
Voi is now employing people in Norway, while at the same time Launched in Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, & # 39; Germany and Italy.
The Viking leader says they want to compete in a car and taxi.
"We have not decided what number of squares will be available in Oslo, but in fact there is something close to what we put in Copenhagen that was around 200," said André
– It's a chaos
The bicycles are managed differently from town to town. In some overseas places, the scores are listed as mopeds, and in Oslo it is considered as a bicycle.
This means that a person can. remove the carriage near any place, and also drive near anywhere, Believe that the leader of technology Hallesby is doing difficulties at first.
– It's going to be a bit of a riot at first, saying Hallesby who's a think you just need to get through the first time before it starts working.
It is believed to be the success of his / her; in something that makes sure that the fragments have a & # 39; happen if you can connect them to public transport.
Thousands of lightning scooters in the township are criticized against the companies that are in the middle of the city. The service offers, both in cities such as New York and Stockholm, where Voi is affected.
– In some towns, one has been criticized because these safety trips remain in the way or way; block traffic, what do you think about it?
– We have clear instructions on how the quarries should be used, and if they are parked in a place where they can not stand, they have a right to do so; They are taken away, just like every other carriage, says Voi-chief André.
He says that the squirrels are cleansed at night, while at the same time stressing that they are " Feel Viking buyers respond well to the scooters.
Hallesby in Urban Sharing believes that there is also a child's illness on how the Vikings can deal with the bicycles that open around Oslo from spring.
– It is always the non-behaviors, whether they are full of people or 15 years, naturally there will be some events at the beginning.
He speaks of knowledge, & # 39; See how to bicycle handling; town in most of the cities of Norway.
In 2018, extraordinary sums were collected from risk reservoirs for scout projects.
What you are aiming is that there are fewer transport modes of transport as an integral part of the transport system in all the main towns
By the end of November, Voi was announced to build $ 50 million (NOK 432 million).
US companies such as Bird and Lime have capitalized for $ 2 billion worth of $ 3 billion, according to Wall Street Journal.