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Wednesday, 13 October 2021

Bird is testing scooters that sound alarms and automatically stop when traveling on sidewalks


Bird partnered with a Swiss-born company called U-blox to create an end-to-end GPS system “designed to deliver centimeter-level accuracy specifically for the micromobility industry.” It notes that GPS data in cities can be inaccurate due to signal interference from tall buildings, also called the “urban canyon” effect, but working with...

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