Tag Archives: Ireland

AI e-scooter research pilot project set to launch in DCU

A new AI-powered e-scooter research pilot project is to launch in Dublin City University (DCU), in parallel with moves to make scooters street legal across Ireland. The shared scooter pilot scheme, which will operate on DCU campuses, and between campuses once legislation allows, aims to set the bar for e-scooter …

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Wind Mobility launches in Ireland

Wind Mobility has launched its Irish operation, aiming to offer the “safest and most sustainable sharing scheme at an affordable rate” for riders in Ireland. The Berlin-headquartered company operates a fleet of tens of thousands of e-scooters in cities including Oslo, Rome, Seoul, Tel Aviv and Nottingham. The use of …

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Zipp Mobility to create 30 new jobs following successful year for company

Irish micromobility start-up Zipp Mobility is planning to create at least 30 additional jobs in the coming year as it gears up to launch e-scooter services across Ireland once new legislation is passed into law. The follows on from a successful year for the company in which it secured €1.1 …

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Zipp Mobility approved for UK e-scooter trials

Zipp Mobility has been cleared by the DfT to partake in UK e-scooter trials as part of a strategy to explore greener and more socially-distanced methods of urban transport. The Dublin-based micromobility start-up, founded as recently as 2019, provides dockless e-scooters and is headquartered at the Centre for New Ventures …

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