New Fashion among the Aged People—Riding Airwheel Intelligent Self-balancing Scooters to Get around
Abstract: Who says that intelligent self-balancing scooters are toys for the young generation? The aged people now have found interest in the new transport tools.
According to the market leader Airwheel Technology, the number of elderly users has seen a roaring increase. There are also many young people who buy A3, S3 and S5 for their parents either as a commuting tool or a fitness tool.
According to some surveys, electromobiles are potential hazards for the public transportation. They run too fast on the road and often knock down pedestrians. Compared to this, Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter which employs advanced technologies, such as the gyroscope system, aerospace control attitude and fuzzy algorithm, are proved to be safer for all kinds of people. There are four protection barriers for its riders, speed control, low battery protection, tilting protection and alerting system. The vehicle runs with an average speed of 10 km/h which is absolutely safe for the elderly riders.
The aged people do not move as freely as young people. They should be given more care. Airwheel two-wheeled self-balancing scooters, especially A3 could help them to do more things efficiently. They could ride A3 to supermarkets, shopping malls and parks. Airwheel developed a customized APP for A3, which enables the family members to monitor the status of the device on their smart phones, such as location, battery information and running time. A3 ingeniously designed with a saddle will make the riding journey more comfortable.
There are also some elderly users who ride Airwheel S3 to get exercise. S3 could help riders train balancing ability. The device works by detecting rider’s body movement, like leaning backward and forward, and then accelerate or slow down. It could serve as a fitness tool, as well as commuting vehicle for the aged people.