Ola CEO Confirms Working On Autonomous And Self-Balancing Tech For Two-wheelers

Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal confirmed that the electric vehicle manufacturer is working on a self-balancing technology for electric scooters which will make it "India's first autonomous electric scooter".
Ola Solo Times Drive

The brand is calling self-balancing scooter Ola Solo

Electric vehicle manufacturer, Ola Electric is working on a self-balancing technology for two-wheelers sold in India. Sharing the details on social media, the brand's CEO Bhavish Aggarwal confirmed that the brand is working on the new technology that the brand will employ in its new model, the 'Ola Solo'. Being called "India's first autonomous electric scooter", Aggarwal also mentioned that it would be the brand's first fully autonomous AI-enabled electric scooter.
Ola Solo electric scooter will be loaded with AI capabilities meant to make the EV smarter and safer. The electric two-wheeler will be powered by an in-house developed chip, which the brand has named LMA09000. The scooter uses an adaptive algorithm, JU-GUARD which can learn from every ride and can use the data to increase the efficiency, and performance of the EV.
Sharing the update on X, Bhavish Aggarwal, "Presenting ‘Ola Solo - India's first autonomous electric scooter.’ Solo is a fully autonomous, AI-enabled, and traffic smart scooter." However, social media users didn't take it well and felt that it was an April Fools joke. Clarifying the misunderstanding, Aggarwal shared another tweet saying, "Not just an April fools joke!"
"We announced Ola Solo yesterday. It went viral and many people debated whether it’s real or an April fools joke!" he added. He further said, "While the video was meant to provide a laugh to people, the technology behind it is something we’ve been working on and have prototyped. It shows the kind of pioneering work our engineering teams are capable of.
"Ola Solo is a glimpse into the future of mobility and our engineering teams are working on autonomous and self-balancing tech in two wheelers which you’ll see if future products from us," the tweet said. Along with it added a video of a scooter riding on its own.
Ola Solo has multiple features, including a multilingual voice interface. It is powered by Krutrim's AI technology, allowing users to interact in 22 languages. Safety and security are top priorities, as Solo uses facial recognition technology to activate the helmet and ensure rider's protection.
Solo also integrates into urban life through its 'Human Mode,' enabling the rider to interact with other vehicles. The scooter also enhances safety with vibrating seat alerts, providing subtle cues for potential hazards or upcoming turns.
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