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An Estonian firm's internet-connected racks are generating interest around the world

In 2013, a team of Estonian students and young entrepreneurs took part in the country's largest entrepreneurship-competition, called Brainhunt, with an idea to build a smart commercial rack for safe bicycle parking. They reached the final and were voted the public's favorite. Soon, an initial test station was set up in the capital, Tallinn. The intelligence in Bikeep consists of the way the racks can be unlocked with a mobile app, phone call or an RFID access card to make it easier for businesses and municipalities to restrict the use of the bike racks to certain individuals.

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