Segway Unveils AI-Powered e-Scooter at Micromobility Europe

Segway has unveiled its latest e-scooter at Micromobility Europe (MME) 2022 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The S90L AI-powered Shared Kick Scooter features a range of AI technologies optimised to meet the safety and sustainability regulations of shared micromobility vehicles.

AI-Powered Segway e-scooter
The AI-powered Shared Kick Scooter – S90L

As many micromobility manufacturers rely on third-party solutions to equip e-scooters with features such as lane detection and parking detection, Segway claims that its S90L e-scooter is the first in the industry to have all AI technologies designed and developed through one integrated platform.

Segway Pilot is powered by Qualcomm’s AI technologies and enhanced by Segway’s own capabilities in ‘computer vision and deep learning’. According to the manufacturer, the system autonomously detects its surrounding urban environment and senses diverse elements such as sidewalks, parking areas and pedestrian density. The technology then uses its findings to provide real-time visual and voice alerts to riders.

Segway Pilot also monitors parking environments and encourages appropriate parking.

Yusen Qin, algorithm architecture in charge of general management of AI and Robotics at Segway-Ninebot said:

“We are proud of Segway Pilot's capabilities in semi-autonomous driving. AI is accelerating how shared micromobility adapts to evolving urban environments and regulatory requirements, and Segway is looking forward to working with partners in delivering innovative solutions through an open platform.”

Segway-Ninebot Booth at Micromobility Europe 2022

In addition to the S90L, Segway showcased its full range of shared electronic vehicles at MME 2022, including its e-bikes and e-mopeds. Throughout the event, Segway joined over 1000 participants at the event, which ran under the theme ‘the Dawn of AI and Micromobility’.

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