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Intellias Presents Its Own Development – a Self-Balancing Motorcycle – at CES Exhibition

Intellias Presents Its Own Development – a Self-Balancing Motorcycle – at CES Exhibition

January 12, 2022, Las Vegas, USA Intellias engineers demonstrated the concept of a self-balancing motorcycle of their own development at the CES International Exhibition of Technology and Electronics in Las Vegas. The technology has a potential of becoming a fully-fledged driver's assistant and allowing autonomous control of the vehicle at low speed.

The self-balancing motorcycle has built-in sensors that respond to the vehicle’s movement. The automatic system monitors the angle of deviation from the vertical axis and the rate of descent, and adjusts the position of the motorcycle, moving the handlebars in the right direction to stabilize.

Such system can make life easier for new drivers, who find it difficult to keep their balance at low speed. Also, preserving stability at moderate speed is crucial in the cities with high traffic. Advanced technology, developed by Intellias engineers, even makes it possible for the vehicle to move alongside the driver.

“The share of software in vehicles is steadily increasing. Automotive OEMs and suppliers are focusing on reliable solutions and agile development processes. Our software development expertise for the automotive sector is based on long-term experience and robust software development processes. In this way, we help our customers implement scalable, future-proof solutions and realize new business models and value streams”, said Oleksandr Odukha, Vice President of Intellias Automotive.

A more detailed view into the self-balancing motorcycle’s features is presented in the following video.

The self-balancing motorcycle is one of the examples of breakthrough solutions and experience of the Intellias automotive engineers. Also, at CES 2022, Intellias will highlight its experience developing software for connected and software-defined vehicles, autonomous driving, and innovative navigation solutions with a focus on intuitive human-machine interface systems efficient pedestrian tracking. Technologies on display will be based on embedded software engineering, cloud infrastructure, and the latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and big data.

Intellias develops software for many automotive brands. Building such prototypes as a self-balancing motorcycle enables growth of the company’s expertise, highly demanded in the European and American markets.

About CES

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the most influential event in the world of technology and global innovations. It is a global arena where the world’s biggest brands do business and meet new partners. CES is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and showcases every aspect of the tech sector. It also includes a conference program where business leaders address the industry’s most relevant issues.

About Intellias

Intellias is one of the biggest Ukrainian IT companies with more than 2400 professionals. The company's development centers are located in Lviv, Kyiv, Odesa, Kharkiv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Dnipro and Krakow. Intellias is also represented in Germany, Israel, the United States, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The company develops software solutions and provides professional services, specializing in the automotive industry, navigation systems, financial and telecommunications technologies. More than 2 billion people use tech products developed by Intellias engineers. For many years in a row, Intellias has been recognized as one of the best IT employers according to DOU.ua, the largest IT community in Ukraine. In 2020, the company received the same ranking from Forbes Ukraine, EY and MC.Today. In addition, Intellias has become the Best Cycling Employer of the Year twice.

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