Piaggio Group presented GITA
and KILO, the first projects developed by Piaggio Fast Forward (PFF) in Boston
recently. PFF is a company established and controlled by the Piaggio Group to
be an advanced American research centre for future mobility. The Group thus
explores the evolution of mobility and does so thinking about the future,
expanding its vision to include a much broader range of technological solutions
compared to its current core business.
GITA is an autonomous vehicle,
designed to assist people. It carries up to 18 kg, observes, and communicates.
It can follow a person reaching up to 35 km/h, and knows how to move
independently in a mapped environment. The spherical shape and clean design
characterise its personality.
KILO is the “big brother” of
GITA, and thanks to a larger capacity it can transport up to 100 kg in its 120
lt compartment. It has extraordinary stability thanks to its three wheels.
The revolutionary nature of
GITA and KILO is in their ability to provide support to people in the various
activities that characterise their movements in everyday life, extending the
limited operating range and carrying capacity of humanity. They are, in fact,
conceived as a true platform for mobility, which can be customised and
integrated to meet different needs in multiple scenarios.
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