While today’s 18-year-old youth who are mostly busy making short videos on platforms like Instagram, an 18-year-old boy from Bangalore has created India’s first AI-sensor based cycle counter. Yes, there is a lot of invention not only in acting but also in India and now another new feat has been done by this 18-year-old.
This 18 year old man from Bangalore created AI based cycle counter
Bangalore has got India’s first AI sensor based cycle counter, designed by Nihar Thakkar, who is also an 18-year-old amateur cyclist.
Using a machine learning-based algorithm, this artificial intelligence cycle has been created using data. This AI Cycle Counter has been installed next to the Outer Ring Road cycle lane at Doddanekundi. Thus if you are also a resident of Bangalore and live around this place, you can also visit.
Nihar Thakkar during an interaction with The Indian Express said, “This is the first live cycle counter in the country and will help in collecting cycle usage data using supported lanes, thereby making the impact of cycle lanes more visible and improving cycling. Live Cycle Counter has been set up as a pilot project under the SuMA (Sustainable Mobility Accord) project being funded by DULT.
In this way, when someone passes by a cycle near the Outer Ring Road cycle lane in Doddanekundi, it will be counted. Although it is still a pilot project.