Since Airwheel’s establishment, it has developed a wide range of electric unicycles and twin-wheeled scooters. Among these models, the self-balancing scooter S3 is the newly launched one and discloses the latest science and technology.
Airwheel self-balancing scooter S3 has been acting as a personal transporter prevailing worldwide. Its popularity comes from various advantages. For example, it is powered by a Japan-made lithium battery core, which generates zero emissions and meets the current low-carbon trend. Superior performance is also one of its advantages. Weighing only 20kg, it can carry a maximum load of 120kg to travel dozens of miles. It suffices to be defined as an excellent transport.
S3 adopts a cutting-edge maglev motor, a Japan-made Li-ion battery core and a self-balancing chip. Besides, aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system are introduced to S3 so as to maintain balance by leaning forward and backward. Riders can control the vehicle to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake, etc. by leaning forward or backward. Similar to the techniques of riding a bicycle, the riders achieve balance by slightly tilting sideways. With strengthened brake and upgraded acceleration performance, the control of the vehicle is utterly depended on body movements.
In addition to entertainment and fun, so far, the intelligent self-balancing scooter S3 is widely applied to various occasions. For instance, it works as a commute tool in factory warehouses, parks and squares, or is used as a patrol vehicle at airports and railway stations, or serves as a sightseeing vehicle in scenic areas and so on. Actually, the intelligent self-balancing scooter S3 only started to prevail worldwide as a personal vehicle in recent years, and there are great potentials to explore.
To learn more about Airwheel S3, welcome to go to Airwheel website: www.airwheel.net. In the near future, Airwheel is set to launch more high-tech models that are worth waiting. self balance electric unicycle,2-wheeled electric scooter