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Cycling Will Never Go Out of Style with iBeacon

JIVR Bike, a folding, chainless, and electric bike now enables ibeacon technology. Bringing some people favorite hobby, cycling, to another level by an urban electric bicycle that folds, is chainless and is beacon-enabled will support your life style. Its t mechanical chainless drivetrain is encapsulated within the sculpted frame and can be used for regular pedaling whenever the user wants or when the battery runs out. This 120V cell which can be fully energized in 90 minutes, can power the two-wheeler to between 16 – 20 mph (25 – 32 km/h) and to a maximum range of 20 miles (30 km). When arriving at a destination such as work, it can be folded up in four simple and ergonomic moves, into a compact package that can be easily wheeled around and stored.

The ‘JIVR’ bike is smartphone compatible enabling one to be plugged onto the handlebar. This allows the rider to view their distance traveled, how many calories burned and to navigate through a city using GPS. It also features iBeacon technology, which makes the bicycle interact with any smart devices – even the latest apple watch.

So what will you get with JIVR Bike? On a single charge, it can reach speeds of 16 – 20 mph and has a range of 20 mile, smartphones can be connected to its handlebars, the chainless powertrain is encapsulated inside the frame. JIVR bike also offers many features. We can track how far we’ve been cycling, how many calories we lose, even better JIVR Bike is iBeacon enabled. This feature is amazing because you can cycling around the town and casually get a free Latte while passing a Coffee Shop (Hooray for iBeacon technology!). JIVR Bike makes people Cycle as much as Possible.

 

source: designboom.

About Girly Saputri

Girly is a Content Marketing at Eyro Digital Teknologi, Ltd. She is also a copy writer and likes cheeseburger. She writes about iBeacon and its implementation. You can find her on LinkedIn as GirlySaputri.

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