smart self-driving mobility scooters now developed in singapore

Researches in Singapore has come out with self-driving mobility  scooters that drive single pedestrians along footpaths.

Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, the scooter was developed by a team of four over a period of two months beginning in February 2016.

which weighs about 50kg and has a top speed of 6kmh,laser sensors to help navigate around obstacles, It slows down when it detects obstacles up to 2.5m in front of it and has a 0.2 second response time to such obstructions.cut down on the need for cars and also lower accident rates.

It is now being tested within the University Town area at the National University of Singapore (NUS).this mobility scooters has undergone successful tests on campus and developers said it can help improve mobility for all ages.

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