Recently when I was watching the launch of ola ev, they showcased hill assist feature. If the vehicle is stopped at an inclination, the vehicle was intelligent enough to hold the vehicle in the same position until accelerated.
Does that require a hardware change or can it be done in software. Can any one throw a light on this topic.
I feel it’s nice to have feature to PPL who park their flight on an incline. I also do. I have to manage to park it at a point where there is a small stone. If I want to do that with side stand open, the vehicle can’t turn on ( remember safety feature). So I have to manually push and adjust the stand’s landing point.
It can be done with few conditions met, Motor ON, Scooter on complete stop, and regen on full, it’s just a few software codes that need to be written.
This will ensure that the person is not trying to push or pull the scooter and the regen on 100 percent after a complete stop which will force the motor to lock up and as soon as acceleration is given then the Regen can stop and scooter can move
I am also like “some important features are missing in Ather”.
I think the software developer is very slow - not good.
They are taking too much time to develop a good software. I think Ather will start thinking about that.
Ola’s upcoming scooters have good features and also some other companies have good facilities in good Price. Ather 450x we have got Bluetooth and 4 speed modes but Ather 450+ does not provide. It’s just software only that controls the scooter but I think the software is not too good. I bought Ather scooter about after 3 years I will return the scooter because I’ll switch to Ola!
We definitely need to voice this urgent requirement.
I remember reading that a software upgrade would be enough @acorreya .
Hill assist as an additional feature would help many. @abhishek.balaji
Ola has this feature because the motor cuts off when you apply brakes. In such a scenario, a hill hold function is required to prey the vehicle from rolling back when the rider releases the brake and accelerates forward.
On an Ather, there is no such lag between releasing the brake and accelerating forward.