Ford is working on a new experience of driving with electric scooters, called the Spin.
Ford’s miniature mobility unit recently entered into an exclusive partnership with Drover AI, a company that specializes in AI-based internet solutions for last-mile transport.
The goal of the alliance is to integrate Drover AI’s machine learning technology, called PathPilot, into electric scooters so they can monitor the environment in real time and help the driver make safer decisions.
Like advanced driver assistance systems that help cars park, brakes and stay on the lane, the new platform combines a camera, various sensors and artificial intelligence to create a safer experience for passengers and pedestrians.
“We’re bringing advanced driver assistance systems to micro-mobility,” said Derek Coe, CEO of Spin.
The current platform, called Spin Insight Level 1, was launched in 2017 and already offers features such as dynamic top speed control, restricted area detection, parking support, rollover and theft detection, as well as monitoring of battery, engine and fuel systems. Take control of the car.
Machine learning for Druffer AI It provides an agile solution that does not rely on GPS or web validations. Christian Scheider-Pichin, Drover AI Co-founder and CEO, explained that we are very excited to work with Spin to implement our technology in the precision motion space, ensuring more safety for all users in town.
The technology of these scooters will contain advanced monitoring systems in order to increase the useful life of the vehicle with technology-based forecasts.Machine learningA form of artificial intelligence that allows a system to learn from the data obtained rather than explicit programming.
The new platform will start rolling out this year in some cities in the United Kingdom, the United States and other parts of the world.