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AI bike hits the road

by on14 June 2017

There is at least one AI golden bike in Beijing... that's a fact 

CoolQi Bike unveiled the Golden Edition of its AI shared bikes at Peking University. CoolQi has over one million bikes in 50+ cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Xi'an, Tianjin, Shenyang, Changsha, Taiyuan, and Shijiazhuang, but this is the first one with brains.

CoolQi has innovatively employed a dustless vacuum coating process to create golden bikes, while the exclusively-designed single magnesium alloy body is stronger and lighter. Being the first bike with a silicone seat, the riding experience is more comfortable. The Golden Edition also features specially-made tyres which offers 50 percent more grip, greatly enhancing ride safety.

Golden Edition has three  AI technologies. The first is AI seats. Users simply enter their height into CoolQi APP, which, after unlocking bikes, alters the height of the seats based on user data. Users can also make adjustments according to their preferences. All data is recorded, so when using a CoolQi bike in the future, the seat height is automatically altered to the pre-adjusted setting, truly making this shared bike tailored to each user.

The wireless mobile phone charging docks suitable for all models. Users can charge their phones when riding, solving problems of where to place the phone and battery life, in navigation.

There is also an independently developed next generation AI lock with a newly-added voice functionality, enabling embedding of various practical information such as weather forecasts. It is the first talking shared bike in the market, and fitted with GPS+ Baidu map, making unlocking easier and positioning more accurate.


Last modified on 14 June 2017
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