GOVECS’ sharing-electric scooter runs now with Wunder Mobility software
Munich, 12 October 2021 - Good news for sharing operators: The GOVECS FLEX 2.0 from Europe's leading electric scooter manufacturer is now compatible with the vehicle sharing software from Wunder Mobility. “We have developed the GOVECS FLEX 2.0 specially for the use in sharing business. Our goal was to offer the model to as many sharing operators as possible with an uncomplicated fleet integration, for which the cooperation with Wunder Mobility is a truly perfect match: We are very pleased with the joint cooperation”, says Thomas Grübel, founder and CEO of GOVECS.
- GOVECS FLEX 2.0 is now integrated in the vehicle sharing software from Wunder Mobility
- Easy inclusion of the sharing scooter in (existing) fleets of Wunder Mobility customers
- Presentation of the model at today’s Wunder Mobility Summit
Easy integration in Wunder Mobility
Wunder Mobility has developed an all-in-one solution for starting, managing and scaling a free-floating sharing. This includes a smart fleet management system that provides the sharing operator with an overview of its business at any time: The status of the batteries and locations of the vehicles are displayed and payments can be easily managed. A front-end solution is coupled with the management software: The end-user app can be individually designed and the user can choose between various price models and payment methods. The Wunder Mobility and GOVECS teams have worked closely together over the past months - with success: the GOVECS FLEX 2.0 is now compatible with Wunder Mobility and can be easily integrated into existing and new sharing fleets of Wunder Mobility customers. "We designed Wunder Mobility's software to enable operators to quickly and easily start operating smart and zero-emission mobility alternatives and then scale their business. The integration of the GOVECS FLEX 2.0 from one of the most established vehicle manufacturers means a meaningful addition to our portfolio of compatible vehicles," says Gunnar Froh, Founder and CEO of Wunder Mobility. The shared mobility provider emmy is already taking advantage of this opportunity and pilots the red Schwalbe from GOVECS with Wunder Mobility in Berlin.
The GOVECS FLEX 2.0 – designed for sharing
GOVECS has its roots in the sharing sector. That's why the company could make use of its extensive experience while developing the GOVECS FLEX 2.0. The goal? To build a model that provides the sharing operators with sustained profits. The robust construction with the external steel frame and additional bumper as well as in-house developed break-proof “GO ELAST”-plastic withstands shocks. For an optimal planning and use of resources, the scooter can be driven with one or two 9.4 kg lightweight batteries. If both batteries are empty after 110 kilometres, the swapper can switch them in under ten seconds, thanks to the wireless self-unlocking system! The drive train, made in Germany, is created to be particularly energy-efficient in order to ensure high performance of the 2000 Watt motor even with low battery levels. No wonder that the GOVECS FLEX 2.0 already convinced sharing and delivery customers in Europe and the USA! And there are more to come: Today, October 12th, Thomas Grübel will present the GOVECS FLEX 2.0 at the Wunder Mobility Summit, which takes place in the International Maritime Museum in Hamburg: This exclusive event is all about sustainable mobility. Selected guests from sharing business exchange information during discussions, workshops and test drives on new innovations in the sharing sector – such as the smart GOVECS FLEX 2.0!
The GOVECS Group is the leading manufacturer of electric scooters in Europe and develops future-oriented solutions for urban micromobility. The German company relies on high-quality products, mostly produced in Europe, for international sharing platforms, develops tailor-made concepts for the fast-growing delivery industry and offers a motivating corporate leasing model that is currently available only in the German market. With ZOOM SHARING, GOVECS is not only active in Stuttgart as a sharing operator, but also offers the sharing model as a partner-sharing concept for towns and small cities. The company offers electric scooters and accessories for individual purchase via the trading platform GOVECS SCOOTER. The GOVECS product portfolio currently includes the e-scooters ELMOTO KICK, ELMOTO LOOP and GOVECS FLEX, as well as the E-Schwalbe which comes in two speed options: 45 or 90 km/h. In an independent test, the ADAC e.V. awarded it as the best e-scooter in the L1e class, mainly because of its strong acceleration, drive train and stable chassis. The GOVECS FLEX 2.0 model has been specially designed for the needs of sharing operations. The GOVECS PRO CARGO, the optimal solution for the delivery industry, completes the product range. At six GOVECS SERVICE-sites in Germany, private customers can use services for electric scooters, bicycles, e-bikes and cargo bikes. Furthermore, GOVECS offers special services for corporate customers, such as the maintenance of company fleets.
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About Wunder Mobility
Wunder Mobility is the global leader in software and hardware for new mobility services. The mobility tech company provides white-label solutions that enable enterprises, startups and cities worldwide to deliver sustainable, convenient and secure mobility. 100+ customers in over 900 cities on six continents use the Wunder Mobility platform to launch and scale new mobility services, manage and finance shared vehicle fleets, optimize daily operations, and improve urban planning and traffic management. The global Wunder Mobility team, with more than 40 nationalities, consists of technology and mobility industry veterans. 50% of the team is in Product and Engineering. Wunder Mobility was founded in 2014 by Gunnar Froh. The headquarters are in Hamburg, with additional locations in Dortmund and Los Angeles.
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