The Problem: micro-mobile vehicles like e-scooters and e-bikes offer environmentally friendly and convenient solution for citizens to move around the city, and could be a great complimentary solution to mass transit. However, a sustainable solution is in dire need so city can benefit most from the new options with minimum side effect.
The Solution: A micro-mobility mini hub that can be easily placed near pubic place (bus/transit stop, park, roadside...etc.), business venue, on campus and/or residential and offer wireless charging capability to all sorts of micro-mobility options (rental/shared/privately owned e-scooters, e-bikes). Since all micro-mobile vehicles need to be charged, the prevalence of this easily-built-up infrastructure would enable city/service operator to provide incentive/regulation for users of these micro-mobile vehicles to park these vehicles properly when not in active use. Thanks to its modular design, a Micro-Mobility Mini Hub could accommodate vehicle size anywhere from 1 to 10.