Cities Need Micromobility
From bans on internal combustion engines, stricter safety regulations, rising adoption of sustainable transportation options and limited curb space, cities as we know them are changing, and rapidly. Additionally, 43% of U.S. consumers would consider using minimobility, meaning this could become a $100 billion industry by 2030, according to McKinsey.
GEM low-speed vehicles are uniquely positioned address three major opportunities in urban mobility—safety, efficiency and accessibility. GEMs balance the benefits of full-size vehicles and smaller micromobility options in micro-environments such as city centers, coastal communities, campuses and planned communities. A vehicle’s size, weight, speed, range and capacity should be fit for the purpose of the trip. We believe GEMs help promote a safer environment for pedestrians and vehicles to coexist.
The Total Package
With a low total cost of ownership (TCO), multiple battery options to choose from, charging with standard 110v outlet, and spacious seating, GEMs really are the total package.
Shared Fleet Management
McKinsey & Company forecasts shared mobility could generate up to $1 trillion in consumer spending by 2030. The popularity of shared-use mini and micromobility, which accounts for roughly 10% of shared mobility is soaring in urban, suburban and coastal communities as convenient and sustainable transportation options.
Joyride, the world’s leading micromobility software platform, is available as an aftermarket accessory for GEM. The Joyride IoT platform makes it seamless for operators to build and maintain a shared-use GEM fleet managed by mobile devices, while providing an exceptional rider experience to end customers.
Features include fleet management, geofencing, fleet analytics, payment gateway, ID verification, branding opportunities, operator tools, marketing, customer service and more. Learn more about keyless and IoT-connected GEMs.
Shuttle & Tour
Configure Your GEM
Last-mile delivery accounts for 53% of delivery costs. More time and money is spent here than all other steps in the logistics journey combined.