April 22, 2016

London-based folding bike manufacturer Brompton has revealed an internet-connected prototype of its bike, utilizing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) to manage and provide information to the rider about the city of London.

Foldable bikes have become popular in London for their portability, allowing riders to take them into an office rather than leave them chained up outside.

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