Step Into A new World Of Advanced Technology With EDIT The Smart Car
Every new start-up company wants to design a vehicle that is innovative to the industry, but OSVehicle has taken that mission to a whole new level. The company recently developed the concept of an electronic self driving car, named EDIT, which can be modified as easily as a child’s toy.
Proclaimed it to be the future of the auto industry with its open source design, the modular design of the exterior and interior is highly customizable. So much, in fact, that’s, manufacturers can personalize the vehicle to match varying individual consumer desires. In many cases, consumers mentioned will be competing companies searching for an innovative platform that could propel their own duplication of self-operating vehicles mobility enhancements, as proclaimed by OSVehicle.
What Is EDIT?
This business-to-business, self driving car is uniquely referred to as a “white label solution” provider for the benefit of automobile fleet owners. Touted as the first self-driving EV that is ready to use, the EDIT features a modular design that is specifically designed to have the capabilities of being molded into various designs, allowing practically any vehicle manufacturer to brand the vehicle with their own marque. That is because, after a year of development, OSVehicle delivered the EDIT specifications as fully customizable- meaning that manufacturers can alter the software to develop any type of variation that can be employed using the self driving software to change the code, appearance and performance range of a newly-created vehicle.
The self driving car as a service white label grants permission to companies allowing them to rapidly develop models that are specifically tailored for varying services and locations. Simply put, corporations that provide services such as food delivery ride sharing and other business oriented transportation services will gain access to vehicles tailored to specific applications, not particular vehicle brands.
What Does EDIT Do?
The sophistication of the EDIT development is targeted towards entrepreneurs who are founding new start-ups centered on autonomous driving but are not equipped with the technology to design proprietary vehicles under their brands. The appeal of the EDIT is its modular specifications which empower manufacturers to tailor the design of the vehicle to fits a large array of consumer needs.
The most attractive aspect of the EDIT is its approach to solving significant complications surrounding the explosion of autonomous cars. Most corporations that are outside of the automobile industry have made attempts to construct the self driving car technology, but lack the capability of developing physical vehicles that are able to employ it. The open source design of the platform empowers those corporations with the ability to develop self-operating vehicles, released into the public, and refrain from depending on established car manufacturers to provide their fleets.
Features of EDIT
The construction of the EDIT permits both the battery pack and electric motor to be easily removed and replaced. This allows manufacturers to upgrade their unit with new components gets to come as technology improves and enhances technological capabilities. The open-source cold allows for improvements such as the implementation of Android or iOS applications that will allow manufacturers to streamline the driving experience.
“We see the potential of a unified modular vehicle for the future of mobility as a service, that will allow car fleets last 10X longer under heavy usage conditions like car and ride sharing and enable hardware upgrade of self-driving, connected car technologies seamlessly,” as reported by the CEO of OSVehicle, Tin Hang.
Not only are the components under the hood designed to be easily modified, so is the interior. The modular design of the interior layout, complete with inward facing seats, can be configured for self driving capabilities, or manual operation. As of now, the EDIT is merely conceptual, and a production timeline has not been officially released as the software is up against significant obstacles. Much like the majority of the vehicle start-up companies, discuss any of working capital and knowledgeable experience will prove to hinder the developmental progress. Regulators have yet had a chance to formulate an impression, but it is expected that crash testing could potentially cause further complications.