Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Acer, best known for its computers, has unveiled a new product that turns out to be the “intelligent” bike Ebii. In this respect informs Electric pressure.
Ebii’s main feature is built-in artificial intelligence (AI). The algorithm is responsible for predictive control of transmission, as well as processing information from collision detection sensors, which allows you to establish a safe trajectory.
Ebii also has a built-in advanced security system. For example, the bike will automatically block the chassis if the user moves away from it. Another innovation is the built-in GPS, which allows you to monitor the movement of vehicles 24/7 and block them remotely in case of theft.
The Ebii is powered by a 460 Wh battery that provides a range of 110 km. The built-in electric motor can accelerate the bike up to 25 km / h. At the same time, the transport weighs only 16 kg.
Acer did not reveal the premiere date and cost of the new items. Electrek suggested that the Ebii could cost $1.5-2k.
Formerly socialbites.ca Wrote That Acer equipment is included in the updated list of products allowed for parallel import of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
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