25 mph Police Mobile
Unveiled at the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the T3 Motion is a 25 mph police mobile that can cruise up to 75 miles on one charge. Over at GM they describe, "With a cost of US$6188 plus US$1800 for the long-range batteries, we see a huge market for these machines in everything from paper delivery to security â€“ most significantly it rapidly improves response times because it is potentially so fast from point A to point B where cars can't go â€“ shopping malls, in lifts, down corridors, pedestrian environments, beaches, parks, historical sites. And as far as personal mobility goes, it's reportedly very easy to drive and could enhance mobility for our aging population. It looks like a bunch of fun too."
1. Electric Police Mobiles - A trend in law enforcement is the adoption of electric police mobiles, like the T3 Motion, which offer the advantages of speed, efficiency, and maneuverability for patrolling.
2. Enhanced Response Times - The use of electric police mobiles can disrupt traditional response times, providing quicker access and maneuverability in locations where cars cannot go, such as shopping malls, lifts, pedestrian environments, and parks.
3. Improved Personal Mobility - Electric police mobiles, like the T3 Motion, are not only suitable for law enforcement, but also have potential for enhancing personal mobility for the aging population and individuals with mobility issues.
1. Law Enforcement - The adoption of electric police mobiles represents a disruptive innovation opportunity for the law enforcement industry, improving patrol efficiency and response capabilities.
2. Security Services - The use of electric mobiles in security services can revolutionize patrolling and surveillance, providing faster and more agile responses to potential threats.
3. Personal Transportation - Electric police mobiles can disrupt the personal transportation industry by offering individuals an efficient and easily maneuverable mode of transportation that is suitable for various environments.