Android - An open-source operating system used for smartphones and tablet computers.
Battery - A device that generates electricity to power the electric scooters.
Backend - The part of a fleet share program that is used by the fleet owners/managers to manage user data, vehicle data, payments, and so on.
Brake - A device that usually applies pressure on the wheels of a moving vehicle to slow or stop it.
Bluetooth - Wireless technology that allows data to be exchanged across small distances.
C.A.S.E. – Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric.
Deck - On an electric kick scooter, the part where the rider stands.
Dock - The physical mechanism that keeps a fleet sharing vehicles immobilized until a rider releases it.
Riding Mode – Settings which provide the user the option of choosing how the vehicle is wanted to drive and adjusting it to different situations.
E-scooter - A stand-up scooter powered by an electric motor.
Fleet – A group of vehicles operating together.
Geofence - A virtual geographic border that is defined by GPS or RFID technology that allows software to respond when a mobile device enters or leaves a specific area.
GPS Devices - Gadgets that can receive information from GNSS satellites and subsequently compute their location.
Hardware - A computer or other electronic system's machines, wires, and other physical components.
iOS - An operating system used for mobile devices manufactured by Apple Inc.
IoT – (Internet of Things) a set of interrelated, internet-connected objects that can gather and transmit data without the need for human interaction across a wireless network.
IP Ratings - External water resistance ratings for mechanical and electrical water applications defined in international standard.
ITU ARI Teknokent - An R&D center located in Maslak Campus of Istanbul Technical University. ARI stands for Advanced Research and Innovation.
Kick scooter - A handlebar, deck, and wheels on a human-powered street vehicle pushed by a rider pushing off the ground with their legs.
MaaS – Mobility as a Service, is a new form of service that allows users to plan, book, and pay for a variety of mobility services through a single digital channel.
Micro mobility - A class of light vehicles that operate at speeds of less than 25 km/hour.
Omni Intelligence – A company located in China which specialized in the products of wireless communication, artificial intelligent, sensor technology and integrated the development of hardware, software and system solutions.
One Time Password (OTP) - Systems that allow users to log in to a network or service using a unique password that can only be used once.
Range – The maximum distance an electric or hybrid vehicle can travel before requiring to recharge its battery.
Software - A set of instructions, data, or programs that are used to run computers and execute certain functions.
Suspension - A system of springs and shock absorbers that supports a vehicle on its wheels, increasing the riding comfort.
Teltonika - A company manufacturing professional network connectivity equipment for international markets.
UV Printing - A type of commercial printing that uses ultraviolet curing technology.
White Label – A product or service that is built by a third party but offered under your own brand.