Ola Solo: Electric scooter will run without a driver, AI technology is amazing, equipped with smart learning and self charging

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Its special thing is that it balances automatically and can run on its own. Every effort has been made to make it smart, safe and comfortable. It also has the facility of self charging.

Ola Electric has introduced a very special electric scooter. Its features are surprising everyone. Its name is Ola Solo. It is being said to be India’s first autonomous electric scooter. Its specialty is that it has been provided with Artificial Intelligence (AI) based features. This will make your riding experience much better. Its special thing is that it balances automatically and can run on its own. Every effort has been made to make it smart, safe and comfortable. It also has the facility of self charging.

The company claimed that every component of the Solo electric scooter, from hardware to software, has been ‘conceived, innovated and manufactured’ in-house. Although the exact launch timeline is unclear at this point, Ola Solo will be available for use by private individuals as well as ride-hailing platforms. Ola claimed that the Solo is powered by an in-house developed chip LMAO9000 to analyze real-time traffic data and has Quickie.AI technology for split-second decision making. It also has a Juice-Up feature to find the nearest hypercharger when the battery charge is low and the Juice-Guard adaptive algorithm to learn from every ride.

The claimed feature list of Ola Solo doesn’t end here. It can allow customer-scooter interaction in 22 languages ​​and has a facial recognition system and helmet activation for better safety. Autonomous electric scooters can also talk to other vehicles and activate seat vibrations to alert riders about potential hazards or upcoming turns. To enable autonomous riding, the Ola Solo electric scooter is equipped with LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) and RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging) systems. It also has a high-resolution camera system, ultrasonic sensors and GPS navigation to aid in autonomous riding.

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