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BattRE launches an affordable internet connected electric scooter

Vaishnavi Gupta
Vaishnavi Gupta May 22 2020 - 2 min read
BattRE launches an affordable internet connected electric scooter
BattRE has partnered with San Jose California-headquartered technology company Aeris Communications with country office in Delhi NCR for this affordable connected scooter.

With the positive sentiment of the Indian EV industry, which grew by 20% in the last fiscal & witnessing strong demand in spite of COVID 19, BattRE Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd, a technology-driven EV startup, has launched BattRE gps:ie, an affordable internet-connected electric scooter.

BattRE has partnered with San Jose California-headquartered technology company Aeris Communications with a country office in Delhi NCR for this affordable connected scooter. It is a SIM card-based smart vehicle and is accessible through a smart-phone app.

BattRE gps:ie incorporates a host of smart features on its telematics platform, giving the rider greater comfort, convenience, and confidence. BattRE gps:ie scooters will be available at 50+ dealer locations across Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, and UP. BattRE gps:ie is also available on Amazon’s website. The ex-showroom price of BattRE gps:ie starts from Rs 64,990.

Nishchal Chaudhary, Founder of BattRE Electric Mobility, said, “It is a pleasure to announce our new offering, an affordable internet-connected Electric Scooter which will change the way people commute. This is the next level of tech revolution to be seen in the EV sector. Our objective is to build an entire ecosystem thereby ensuring that the consumer enjoys a complete e-mobility experience.”

Elaborating ahead, he stated, this telematics platform will be a game-changer for ride-sharing companies as well. The riders and owners will get the live location of the vehicle through GPS as well as driving behavior and trip reports. BattRE gps:ie boasts of features like remote immobilization, geofencing, secure parking, etc. Setting a speed lock would push alerts whenever a speed limit is crossed.

It also has a system for alerts when the vehicle crashes or is being towed away. All this information will be seamlessly available on a phone through the app or on a desktop through the portal.

Sameer Mahapatra, Country Sales Head (India and SAARC), Aeris Communications, added, “We are happy to be part of BattRE’s journey right from its inception and helping them launch right-sized and feature-rich connected two-wheelers for both B2B and B2C market segments.”

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