AT&T will be the exclusive U.S. wireless carrier for the LeEco Super Bike. The bike comes with a waterproof smart device with a 4-inch display, running Android software, connected to AT&T’s cellular network.
“The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating endless possibilities for consumers and businesses,” said Chris Penrose, senior vice president, Internet of Things Solutions, AT&T. “We already connect millions of things – from cars, homes, and wearables to farms, factories, and cities. The Super Bike shows once again how connectivity can change how we work and play.”
The LeEco Super Bike offers advanced features including a smart riding system, laser lane markers, fingerprint identification, a smart lock, intercom feature, sensor group and power management system.
“LeEco was founded on the vision of a connected world, elevated by a powerful ecosystem of robust technologies and experiences,” said Danny Bowman, Chief Revenue Officer, LeEco. “The LeEco Super Bike is the perfect example of how we are unifying different technologies into a single device that will give individuals a unique, seamless experience.”
On-board lights for safety include a headlight, tail-light with integrated side laser markers to create a personal visible bike lane. Handlebar mounted side lights come with turn signal indicators. And, it comes with a horn and hydraulic disk brakes.
The bike features an alarm triggered by movement, location tracker, fingerprint scanner, and an electronic parking brake on the rear disc.
A 4-inch display with an interface tailored to the user and a cloud connected smartphone app lets you share your travels. From the home screen on the embedded smart device, riders can start cycling, engage navigation mode and set goals using time or distance targets. LeEco Super Bike also features a push-to-talk intercom feature. An FM radio saves your favorite stations. And it comes with a media player for MP3s.
Additional sensors include: heart rate monitor, accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature and humidity sensors and compass capability.
If you are attending CTIA Super Mobility 2016 in Las Vegas this week, stop by the AT&T booth to check out the connected bike.
For more information, please visit www.att.com/iot.