Two engineers makes self-balanced scooter, will protect it from accident
Two IIT passout engineers from Indore city of Madhya Pradesh have designed a self-balance scooter. It is helpful in preventing accidents due to scooter imbalance. The specialty of a scooter is that you will not need to stand on the ground to make a balance. This voice command will be controlled by your voice. Also, you will be able to park it with voice command and get it out of the parking lot. It has been prepared by Vikas Poddar, a resident of Passout Indore from IIT Madras and Ashutosh Upadhyay of Passout Ujjain from IIT Kharagpur.
It is worth noting that the two together started Liger Mobility Startup in Mumbai. Vikas told Bhaskar, most of the accidents happen due to disbalance of the vehicles. We have designed this scooter to solve this problem. Ashutosh told that through our technology the scooter can balance itself, so there will be no need for the scooter to maintain the balance of the scooter with the help of feet.
According to a student development, it would be easier to drive on crowded roads. The initial capital for our project was raised by the founders of Liger Mobility. We got funding in two rounds from IIT Mumbai. We are now preparing for its production and launching. In this technique, the sensors installed in the vehicle send the data processor connected to the vehicle, which uses the Artificial Intelligence algorithm. This happens more than a thousand times per second, so that the scooter remains balanced even without the stand even when it is off.