The Gobike Tablet interface offers multiple language support and can support any language.
If multiple languages are offered in a specific project, Users are presented with a language icon on the main page that links to language options.
From the main page, users can access an information page to learn more about the Gobike system and how to use the range of services and features provided by Gobike.
New Users can create an account directly on the Gobike Tablet. For existing Users, the simple login process only requires entering a username and password directly on the Gobike Tablet.
Users have the choice of 4 electric assist levels, or can turn electric assist off. This choice of options means there is a option for every type of user and every type of terrain.
Contactless travel cards used for public transportation, or other forms of access cards, can be associated with Gobike accounts. By using an access card, Users can login to an account without having to enter their user ID and password on the Gobike Tablet.
Once a User selects a destination on the Gobike Tablet they can be guided to their destination by either a map showing a suggested route, or by simple turn-by-turn icons. Users choose the option of their preference and can easily change between views.
Users can look up a desired address on the Gobike Tablet, and then be guided from their current location to the address.
Points of interest typically include attractions, restaurants, shopping destinations, event locations, and major landmarks. Users are presented with a list of points of interest and can choose to read information about each item and also be guided to these locations. Third-party database information can be used to generate this content in the Gobike system, such as information provided by a city’s tourism organization.
The Gobike Tablet interface offers the option of selecting predefined routes that are setup by the system Operator, or selecting custom routes that have been setup by individual Users via their user account on a Gobike End-User Website.
When a Gobike User is ready to return their bike they can find where the closest docking stations are and be guided to the station of their choice. The list of stations also indicates in real-time how many available docking points are available at each station location.
Public transportation information can be integrated into the Gobike Tablet interface. Users are provided with a list of the closest public transportation options relative to their current location. When an option is selected, such as a bus stop, information can be provided about schedules, so that Users can easily combine a bicycle trip with public transportation.
Users manage the digital lock on each Gobike bicycle through the Tablet. The locking sequence is initiated on the tablet, and the digital lock is opened in the same way that a User would log in on a bike that is parked in a docking point.
Users can report problems or send comments to the system Operator directly on the Gobike Tablet. Information submitted by Users on the Tablet is sent to the Gobike Administration Website that is used by Operators.