We all need to get from one place to another as we go about our daily lives. This can mean getting in our car, jumping on a bus, or, increasingly in our cities, hopping on an IoT-enabled e-scooter or e-bike – in other words, taking advantage of modern IoT urban mobility.    

E-scooters and other modes of urban transport don’t need IoT simply to collect payment or allow the scooter or bike to be ‘released’, IoT is needed to collect data on everything from distance clocked or when a repair is needed. IoT is also crucial when it comes to remote software updates.  As we move forward in a post-pandemic world where urban populations are exploding, urban mobility along with IoT are already changing how we go about our lives.