Samsung Smart Bike is the world’s first smart bike that was introduced at a Trade Fair in Milan, Italy. Reporting from phonearena, bike designer, Giovanni Pelizzoli, known to cooperate with South Korean giants Samsung, to develop a bike that some time ago on display at a major event in Milan.
According to details the concept of smart bike, riders will put their smartphones diatara both bikes handle. Smartphones will serve as the back glass that has been synchronized with the camera placed at the back of the bike. In addition the phone can also be used for other features, such as creating a special bike lanes utilizing four lasers.
According to the diagram Smart Bike, cyclist will be able to put their smartphones between bicycle handlebars. This phone will function as a rear-view mirror, synchronization with the camera on the back of the bike. Your mobile phone will also control other features. And you can even help find a new bike path by sending a GPS signal.
Unveiled at a show in Milan, the bicycle is centered around a curved frame which is designed to reduce the road buzz that gnarly city streets can create. Tucked away within that frame is a raft of technology, though. There are four laser beams to create a personal bike lane on the road at night; an integrated GPS system; even a rearview camera. An Arduino ties all this together, and spews it out to handlebar-mounted device to show directions, say, or the feed from the rear view camera.
Samsung’s Smart Bike wear aluminum material which will be equipped with a battery, wifi, and bluetooth. Unfortunately not yet known exactly when Samsung plans to make this model to be mass produced.
From the development of the smart bike technology, It’s not clear that the bicycle will go into full-scale production yet.