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SmartEstate

smart-estate.jp

Stage

Seed | Alive

Total Raised

$200K

Last Raised

$200K | 5 yrs ago

About SmartEstate

Operator of a rental apartment platform. The company's portal is designed to allow users to find rental apartments without key money which is non-refundable fee to be paid to the landlord. Its platform aims to enable users to contract apartments and make payments.

Headquarters Location

Dai 1 Wada Building, 8th Floor 5-12-5 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku

Tokyo, 108-0073,

Japan

81 70 3630 2673

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Latest SmartEstate News

Should escooters be banned at night? Some cities think so, but we need more data

Apr 28, 2022

Ioanna is a writer at SHIFT. She likes the transition from old to modern, and she's all about shifting perspectives. Ioanna is a writer at SHIFT. She likes the transition from old to modern, and she's all about shifting perspectives. Renting an escooter is cheaper than getting a cab, requires less effort than biking, and is certainly much more convenient than a packed bus. But at the same time, the number of escooter accidents is rising — with the injury rate in some cases exceeding that of motorcycles . As a preventive measure, Cincinnati has become the third city in the US to implement a nighttime ban on escooters. Sign up and get your free EV guide The beginners' guide to getting an EV Citing “pedestrian safety concerns, underage riding, and criminal activity,” the city will allow the operation of rental two-wheelers only between 6AM and 6PM. E-scooter usage in the City has been revised due to pedestrian safety concerns, underage riding & criminal activity. The City, Bird & Lime Bike have agreed on 6am-6pm for new hours of operation. They will only work during these hours. Leave feedback here: https://t.co/Ha2dWrvrUV But is nighttime riding really such a bad thing? A 2021 research examined the effect of nighttime restrictions in Atlanta in relation to escooter injuries that resulted in hospital admission from June 2018 to August 2020. The study found that the proportion of escooter riders injured during the hours of the night-time ban (9PM to 4AM) reduced from 32% to 22%, following its implementation. The research team also discovered that 19.4% of the injured riders were found intoxicated, which coincides with published intoxication rates for riders admitted to emergency departments across the US. To tackle this issue, escooter operators, such as Bird and Tier , have installed “anti-drinking” features in their apps to discourage users from riding under the influence. But these features aren’t really foolproof and it’s still up to the riders to decide whether they will act responsibly or not. Beyond alcohol impairment, however, nighttime riding presents one more crucial challenge: limited visibility. The lights of escooters have smaller range compared to cars, which means that it’s more difficult to detect obstacles, pedestrians, and other passing vehicles in the dark. Similarly, the rear lights present another disadvantage: they’re positioned very low, just a few centimeters above the ground, which can make it harder for car drivers to notice them in time. Nevertheless, more data is needed to accurately conclude whether a nighttime ban is necessary to increase escooter safety. In the meantime, proven safety issues including the lack of uniform regulations, inadequate infrastructure, and related riding education should be addressed. Get the Shift newsletter

SmartEstate Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is SmartEstate's headquarters?

    SmartEstate's headquarters is located at Dai 1 Wada Building, 8th Floor, Tokyo.

  • What is SmartEstate's latest funding round?

    SmartEstate's latest funding round is Seed.

  • How much did SmartEstate raise?

    SmartEstate raised a total of $200K.

  • Who are the investors of SmartEstate?

    Investors of SmartEstate include East Ventures, ANRI and XIMERA.

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