An all-encompassing electric mobility solution by Hala Mobility was launched on Tuesday. The T-Hub-incubated startup which was part of the Lab32 project cohort 6 has unveiled its user application for customers. The application allows customers to book their rides, rentals, charging stations or service needs and it also showcased its keyless smart app.
Founded by Srikanth Reddy, Hala Mobility is 100 per cent electric ride-sharing platform which solves last-mile connectivity problems. All the e-scooters are equipped with Bluetooth connectivity and GPS making it easy to unlock the vehicle via mobile phone, a release said. The launch was done by Principal Secretary to ITE&C Department, Jayesh Ranjan, along with T-Hub CEO Mahankali Srinivas Rao, RICH director general Ajit Rangnekar, and TSIC’s chief innovation officer Dr Shanta Thoutam.
The company expects to launch the service by December for everyone who is within the IIIT-Hyderabad campus to take benefit of the e-bike free of cost for the next three months. These scooters are equipped with smart batteries and Hala will also deploy a few charging stations within the campus. The company also demonstrated how they are also using AI and ML to quickly approve the user by taking a selfie, Aadhar and driving license, the release informed.
Hyderabad startup Hala Mobility rolls out app