A rendering of the Bettery Station, a battery swapping and recharging kiosk. The station will have its initial launch at select Whole Foods Markets in Washington and Oregon.
A rendering of the rechargeable Bettery battery to be used in the Bettery Station.
The latest generation Evive Station, offering convenient water bottle cleaning and filling locations on university campuses. When a student stops for a drink, the bottle, equipped with an RFID tag, triggers personalized advertisements on a 32-inch screen.
Starting in December, Evive will sell these reusable, insulated plastic water bottles for $10. The bottles currently make up the entirety of Evive's profits.
A woman interacts with the Evive Station at its net impact unveiling in Pittsburgh, Pa. The large screen provides user instruction as well as targeted advertisements that will serve as a revenue stream for the kiosk.
The Evive Station has a secure cleaning mechanism that uses pressurized water and other means to sterilize the bottles.