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Foldable Scooter

for Kids

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SAFER

The original 3-wheeled scooter with intuitive lean and steer design, wide decks and high quality parts that will keep your child safe.

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BUILT TO LAST

Clock up your micro miles, in the secure knowledge that all Scooters are patented and Swiss designed with meticulous attention to detail.

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ROBUST

Durable and hardwearing, tested in labs by our scooter boffins, we know our scooters are the best and can withstand even the toughest conditions.

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ADAPTABILITY

Adjustable handlebars and replacement parts mean your Elomus scooter will grow with your child.

Elomus scooters for kids

Welcome to Elomus Scooters

Elomus is the premium kids and adults scooter brand designed in Switzerland and loved across Australia. Our award winning kids scooters help children develop balance and co-ordination, giving them independence and ​years of fun. Quality and safety come first for us, so a Micro scooter is the perfect scooter for children from ​as young as ​one year old. Our Elomus adult scooters are designed with urban commuters and busy parents in mind; saving time and taking the stress out of commuting, whether it’s to the office, doing the school run or both. They’re foldable, compact and lightweight and engineered to give you ​the​ smoothest, most comfortable ride. Exactly the way they should be.

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Tech specs Scooter

15 Mph Max Speed

Carve or cruise. Lean forward to go faster, lean back to slow down.

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Programmable Light Display

Our light display is perfect for night riding. Know how much power you've got at a glance.

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2.5 Hours = Full Charge

Charge some optional spare batteries and extend your range even further.

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Range To Weight Ratio

At only 18 lbs with 1 battery and 21 lbs with an optional 2nd battery - we lead the market with the best Range to Weight ratio.

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7-14+ Mile Range

7 Miles on a single battery, 14 miles with an optional 2nd pack. Swap in more spare batteries and just keep going.

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Built To Last

Our die cast aluminum frame and UV stabilized polycarbonate shell are engineered for weight, performance, and durability.

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POPULAR USES FOR DRONES

POPULAR USES FOR DRONES

REMOTE SENSING

Drones can carry sensing equipment to assist with any number of functions. Geological surveying, agriculture, archeology, and several other industries can benefit greatly from the myriad of sensors that can be packed into a drone. Here are just a few examples of how the agricultural industry, for example, uses aerial sensors:


Drones can use Lidar to measure the height of crops. Lidar is a remote sensing technology that measures distance by illuminating an object with a laser (near-infrared or UV) and then measuring what is reflected back.


Heat sensors detect the temperature of livestock, the presence of water, water temperature, and for surveillance and emergency response (if someone is injured in a remote field away from heavy equipment).


Multi-spectral instruments can count plants (crop density), check the health of plants, and even assess water quality.


Visual spectrum sensors make it possible to survey and map land.


Biological sensors can be used to take air quality readings and check for the presence of specific micro-organisms or organic compounds.


COMMERCIAL AERIAL SURVEILLANCE

When you hear surveillance, chances are good that you think about security cameras designed to catch lawbreakers. Or possibly spying and monitoring of your personal movements and actions. Here are just a few ways that aerial surveillance can be helpful:


Farmers use drones to monitor livestock on vast spreads of land.


Fire departments can use drones to track and map wild fires.


Private companies can use drones to monitor their infrastructure such as pipelines, buildings, and so on.


Using drones to inspect power lines, towers, tall structures like chimneys and roofs would save businesses vast amounts of money and would reduce liability exposure from having humans in harm’s way.


COMMERCIAL AND MOTION PICTURE FILMMAKING

In 2014, the Motion Picture Association, backed by seven companies, petitioned the FAA to allow the use of drones in video and filmmaking. Drones dramatically reduce the cost associated with gathering action or aerial footage that up until now would require expensive equipment like booms and dollies or even helicopters or other manned aircraft.


In September of 2014, the FAA issued permits to six film studios for the use of drones in filmmaking. Drones are also being used to gather footage in sporting events because of their ability to maneuver into locations that cable-suspended cameras cannot reach. Most recently, drones were used to gather footage of the skiing and snowboarding events in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.


OIL, GAS, AND MINERAL EXPLORATION

With the help of specific electromagnetic sensors, drones can be used to gather geological information to help geophysicists identify and better approximate the location and presence of minerals, oil, and natural gas.