Recently, Bosch has unveiled an eStroller system which uses dual electric motors and sensors to prevent the stroller from going in unexpected directions. It also reduced the effort that you have to come up with to cart your young one. The hardware is suitable for single, twin and sibling strollers. Though Swedish firm Emmaljunga will be the first company to launch a stroller in 2020, it is expected that we will see more companies following suit.
The Bosch eStroller can study the road surface automatically and helps you to move the stroller. For example, it will help you push when the road surface is uphill and similarly, it will brake on a downhill and keep it on track when in lateral slopes. The automatic performance of the stroller does not end here. The automatic technology automatically halts the stroller during fierce winds and when you lose control.
The innovative story of this Bosch device does not end here. It eventually comes with superior features and technical qualities. The Bosch stroller uses an 18V replaceable lithium-ion battery which is to be charged with a USB port. The device comes with Bluetooth connectivity. You can connect the device with your phone and gauge the charge or set an alarm to prevent someone from stealing the stroller.
The best thing is that it will work even if you don’t get the battery charged. In the latter case, the carriage will eventually move but you will have to offer more effort than the battery charged version of the tale.
Safety is key when transporting children. An #electric drive system can help with this! Our eStroller system enhances the #safety of the baby thanks to the automatic motor brake and parking brake: https://t.co/eXayDHXFAo #emobility #stroller pic.twitter.com/KX2G7n2y99
— BoschGlobal (@BoschGlobal) August 10, 2019
Bosch will try out a new way of marketing the product. The company itself won’t sell a model itself; instead, it will work with partners who will use the platform for their own baby carriers.