Future Ola Electric scooters could come with helmet detection system
The new helmet detection system will use a camera to improve rider safety
The camera-based helmet detection system will use advanced processing capabilities to detect whether the rider is wearing a helmet or not, according to s report by Autocar India. This information will then be transferred to the Vehicle Control Unit (VCU) or what can be thought of as the brain of the EV. This VCU, which has access to the EV’s cruise control, will shift the vehicle to Park and thus not allow the scooter to move. This is to help the safety of the rider.
The report also indicates that Ola’s system will not allow the EV to switch to Travel mode until the helmet detection system recognizes a helmet being worn by the rider. TVS is also working on a similar helmet sensing system that the company announced earlier. However, the TVS system will act as a reminder and will not actively interfere with the two-wheel drive.
Ola Electric will be launching its #endIceAge Part 1 event in July where CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has promised new technologies and possibly a new electric scooter. It is not known if the company will demonstrate this new helmet sensor technology at the event.
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