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ZEG Chooses ESB Connectivity for Most Innovative E-Bikes

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COLOGNE, Germany – ESB participated as the main provider of connectivity for e-bikes presented recently at the ZEG show where state-of-the-art models that will set new bike trends were presented.

ZEG Chooses ESB Connectivity for Most Innovative E-Bikes
ESB participated as the main provider of connectivity systems for e-bikes presented recently at the ZEG show. – Photo ESB

In the forefront of IoT solutions, ESB technology integrates in depth vehicles with mobile and cloud-computing by using custom-designed electronics embedded with GPS/GPRS and has been chosen by e-bike brands such as Bulls, Kettler, Rotwild, Hercules and Pegasus. ESB has also designed a customized brand experience version, as presented by Bulls e-bikes.

Collaboration between ZEG and SITAEL

“This success came to birth thanks to the strong collaboration between ZEG and SITAEL as well as to the latest ESB evolution” says Kolja Oppel, ZEG Product Manager. “We are very happy to team up with SITAEL that has the capabilities and the strength to keep up evolving connected e-bikes in the future with us.”

In a new project with ZEG and the bike component suppliers Shimano and BMZ, ESB has created an advanced solution that offers innovative features to the end-users and, at the same time, guarantees bike security as well as an enhanced riding experience.

‘Magnetic Assisted Tap’

Moreover, this year will be particularly important as ESB will present a series of novelties at Eurobike. In addition to the new app features, such as navigator and controller integration, ESB has developed the MAT (Magnetic Assisted Tap), a smart docking station and smartphone holder, as well as an innovative locking system for e-bikes.

This system will be available for demonstration at the ESB booth A6-210 during Eurobike.

ESB is a product and registered trademark of SITAEL S.p.A, the largest Italian privately owned company operating in the space industry and belonging to Angel holding, a worldwide leading Transportation and Aerospace Group with more than 1000 qualified employees.

Discover more about the features of ESB connectivity system.

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