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Helbiz is working with Drover AI to carry synthetic intelligence to scooter sharing

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Helbiz Inc. (NASDAQ: HLBZ), a global leader in micromobility and the first in its industry to be listed on the Nasdaq, today announced a partnership with Drover AI to bring its PathPilot security technology to Helbiz Integrate e-scooters. Helbiz will be the exclusive operator of PathPilot in Italy, with an initial deployment in Milan by the end of the year. The company plans to expand the integration to other markets as the partnership grows.

The PathPilot technology is powered by artificial intelligence and computer vision and uses onboard cameras to locate the surroundings of e-scooters. The precise location service detects driving on sidewalks, streets or bike paths and checks the correct parking spaces in real time, reducing the clutter of scooters and the potential blockage of ADA ramps. PathPilot can also automatically reduce the speed of an e-scooter and warn nearby people as soon as it enters a sidewalk or other geofencing area to ensure the safety of drivers and pedestrians. This granular computing power improves geofencing capabilities that previous GPS-based solutions could not offer, especially when positioning in densely populated cities.

“At Helbiz, we are committed to delivering safe and efficient micro-mobility services to the cities in which we operate,” said Vivian Myrtetus, Head of Partnerships & Policy at Helbiz. “The integration of Drover’s PathPilot technology will help us better enforce local regulations and create a safer experience for drivers and pedestrians alike. We are very excited to be working with Drover as we continue our expansion efforts. ”

By integrating onboard cameras, precise, advanced mapping, and artificial intelligence, PathPilot collects data from every trip to increase operational efficiency. It also has the benefit of generating much more detailed telemetry related to the movement of fleet vehicles and providing actionable insights into fleet usage and driver behavior. Helbiz can then share the findings with the city to help them identify areas that could benefit from infrastructure improvements.

“Drover is excited to partner with Helbiz to bring PathPilot to new markets to support their efforts to ensure safe and responsible shared micromobility,” said Alex Nesic, Co-Founder and Chief Business Officer of Drover AI. “Micromobility has as great potential as urban transport in Europe, as recent announcements show, and Drover is proud to use our technology to address the biggest problems currently limiting the wider adoption and growth of the sector. ”

About Drover AI

Drover specializes in advanced AI-based IoT solutions for last mile transportation, designed to improve the performance of fleets while exceeding the regulatory requirements of the cities they host. Drover’s product, PathPilot, provides cost-effective granular infrastructure differentiation even in the absence of often unreliable GPS data, enabling unprecedented location awareness and the ability to take action. Through technology, Drover enables a safe and intelligent experience to ensure the long-term success of micromobility as a sustainable and integral part of urban transport. For more information, please visit or email

About Helbiz

Helbiz is a leading global provider of micromobility services. Founded in 2015 and headquartered in New York City, the company offers a diverse fleet of vehicles, including e-scooters, e-bikes and e-mopeds, on one convenient, user-friendly platform in 35 cities around the world. Helbiz uses bespoke, proprietary fleet management technology, artificial intelligence and environment mapping to optimize the company’s operations and sustainability. Helbiz is expanding its urban lifestyle products and services to include live streaming services, food delivery, financial services and more, all accessible through its mobile app.

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