" The Gita" is the brand name for Piaggio Fast Forward' s new autonomous load carrier for walkers, which will be introduced in 2019. It will be available for purchase in the United States starting in October, following a two- year development phase that witnessed major changes to the vehicle' s design. The Gitamini is the Piaggio' s younger sibling, and it will be available for purchase in Italy starting in October.
In its first design, the Gita was capable of transporting freight with a volume of up to 2, 200 cubic inches and a weight of up to fifty pounds (23 kg). This vehicle also boasted a range of 20 miles (32 kilometers), a runtime of four hours, and the ability carry up to 40 pounds (18 kg) of equipment at a top speed of six miles per hour (10 kilometers per hour).
The other dog, Gitamini, is a Border Collie- sized dog who weighs only 28 pounds, making her the smaller of the two canine companions. Gitamini is the smaller of the two canine companions (13 kg).
Because of the external grips, it is simple to hoist the vehicle over curbs, stairs, and other obstacles, even when it is fully laden. Transporting equipment in it is limited to a total weight of 20 pounds (9 kilograms). According to sources, the new cargo robot has a battery range of 30 miles (48 kilometers) or six hours on a two- hour charge and can go at a top speed of 6 mph (10 kilometers per hour). The computer will automatically shut down if it is left idle for more than 30 minutes.
To engage the tracking mode on the device, the user must press a pairing button on the device while facing the robot.
To engage the tracking mode on the device, the user must press a pairing button on the device while facing the robot. According to some sources, Piaggio is the photographer behind this shot.
In lockstep with the user, the small cargo robot will go in the same direction as them, keeping up with their pace and making changes as needed. You can track your speed using the sensors and cameras on your phone (including radar) and make adjustments as needed. When the driver comes to a complete stop, the vehicle will also brake.
This does not necessitate the use of a GPS device or cellular or wireless connectivity. To engage the tracking mode on the device, the user must press a pairing button on the device while facing the robot.
As a result, the robot will make a fantastic shopping companion because it will be able to handle stairs and other barriers with ease, even while fully loaded with groceries and other items.
When it goes on sale in the United States on October 15th, the Gitamini will cost $1, 850, according to the company. The price of the original Gita will be reduced to $2, 950 as a result of this release; several of these versions are currently in use in the United States.
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