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bikeshare is offers much potential.

however, dc may want to think about shifting from the "smart-dock" and to the "smart-lock" technology. basic disruptive innovation is underway and current dc bikeshare technology at risk of being outdated. viaCycle, SoBi, NextBike and others have developed this lower cost, more flexible technology.

just as the cd replaced the floppy, and digital photography replaced chemical photography, lower cost, more flexible "smart-lock" technology will make dc's current expensive "smart-dock" technology redundant.

http://inventropolis.com/?page_id=37

by tglendening on Dec 18, 2012 10:58 pm • linkreport

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