Published on June 6, 2022

Sherlock by Viasat, a hard life for bicycle robbers

BikeUP, the first international trade fair on e-bikes, cycle tourism and light electric mobility (e-scooter and e-moto) will be held in Bergamo from 10 to 12 June. Three days of exhibitions, public involvement, free tests and e-bike trials for a two-wheel vehicle sector that is  experiencing a golden age.

Viasat will also be present at the appointment with its own stand (A12, Piazza Vittorio Veneto) to present Sherlock, a brand new product to protect bicycles and give cyclists safety. Equipped with GPS and connected to a mobile application and to Viasat’s 24/7 Operations Centre, it lets you track where your bike is at all times and, being able to locate it in real time, helps the police find it in the case of theft.

In Italy, the passion for bicycles continues to grow and sales, especially e-bikes, have had an extraordinary jump. Unfortunately, theft has also followed the same trend, to the point where the fear of being robbed is second only to that of being run over. Technology is therefore now the ideal solution for protecting bicycles at totally acceptable costs. And in this market, Viasat’s Sherlock represents the vanguard of satellite anti-theft devices.

On this topic BikeUP will also host on Saturday 11 at 5.30 p.m., a talk by Tea Contini, Marketing Specialist BU Smart Connect Viasat, entitled ‘Sherlock by Viasat, hard life for bicycle thieves’.

We look forward to welcoming you!

For more info.: https://www.viasatonline.it/prodotti/sherlock/

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