The device uses GNSS/GPS positioning with an integrated correction service to achieve this accuracy. It also uses machine vision and artificial intelligence (AI) to recognise parking spaces in GPS blackspots via 2D images (QR codes) located in and around the site, the company adds.
According to Luna, the device augments satellite-based positioning with machine vision and AI to overcome GPS blackspots while moving. The unit’s street Vs pavement algorithm allows the scooter camera to analyse the surface it is riding in real time.
Luna’s safety features include obstacle/footpath recognition to prevent pedestrian collisions as well as helmet detection to ensure scooters can only be operated once a rider is wearing their helmet.