25, May 2016: Over the three years, Airwheel has gone through various change in technology. These technological changes ranged over the design, the structure of wheel and the philosophy of design. Airwheel is always pushing back the frontier of technology in the sector of electric scooter. In order to keep itself ahead of time, Airwheel feels supposed to do so. With the intention of illustrating this notion, it is necessary to cite some obvious example to prove.
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As you know, Airwheel applies the attitude technology to its electric self-balancing scooter to keep balance. Complemented by the fuzzy logics, the attitude technology produces an ability to keep balance that is completely different from the common vehicles. The rider maintains or restores the balance by slightly tilting in the right or left direction. By swaying pro and fro, the rider can steer Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter to go forward or backward. This design and application is excellent and worth praising. But it adds to difficulty for the beginners. Notably when the rider goes down the bridge, it is potentially dangerous.
To get over this problem, Airwheel introduces the electronic brake system to Airwheel A3. With the electronic brake system on the right handlebar, the rider mere need press the button to brake. Even if the rider coats along the bridge, he has the sufficient time to trigger the brake by pressing the button rather than standing upright. The introduction of this technology pushed back the frontier once again.
Another epoch-making breakthrough equally happened to Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter A3. The APP introduced to Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter, making the mobile phone available to connect the Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter. On APP, the rider could control Airwheel A3. They could lock or unlock Airwheel A3 when it outside their sight. At the same time, it makes a reality to locate the electric scooter A3 for the owner. These new technological frontiers have been reached by Airwheel.