Published on Oct 27, 2017
Singapore landscapes more pleasing to look at.
On Feb 6, 2018, a new licensing framework for bike-sharing operators
was announced, in a move to curb illegal bicycle parking.
It will require operators to remove improperly parked bicycles on public land
within a stipulated period, and penalise users who park indiscriminately.
Operators will also have to introduce schemes to discourage users from
parking the bicycles indiscriminately, which could involve high-accuracy
Geofencing technology creates a virtual boundary that sends out an alert
when a bike enters or leaves an area, and is aimed at curbing
But what if...