Renault Group signed a cooperation agreement with Nino Robotics to develop solutions to increase the mobility of individuals with disabilities.
Renault Group signed a cooperation agreement with technology design company Nino Robotics to sign new solutions to support the freedom of movement of individuals with disabilities. With the agreement, Renault Group continues its mission to develop sustainable and accessible mobility solutions for all, to meet the needs of people with limited mobility.
Within the scope of the cooperation, the Renault Group Social and Sustainable Impact Department will provide financial contribution to Nino Robotics through Mobilize Invest, which supports projects with a strong social impact potential in the field of mobility, and will conduct special studies with Renault Group engineers (battery specialists, motorization, connectivity, etc.). form a sponsorship plan. The goal is to support the growth of Nino Robotics, the designer of the new aracı personal transport vehicle with alternative seating amaç aiming to change the perception of suitable transportation solutions, and especially to increase the production volume of the electric vehicle NINO4 that will be launched in the near future on an industrial scale.
Pierre Bardina, the founder of Nino Robotics, aims to offer a very different alternative to the solutions offered by NINO4 for disabled people with limited mobility. This remarkable, elegant and colorful design, as well as its minimal space-saving size, this kişisel personal transport vehicle with alternative seating düzen will also feature connectivity that offers users data such as battery level, speed and distance traveled. With the “Follow Me” function, the vehicle will allow third parties to guide NINO4 and its users through the auto-tracking feature. To date, Nino Robotics has developed a Nino self-balancing personal carrier and scooter designed for one-wheelchairs. developed and launched two different products.
NINO4 to increase mobility of people with disabilities
Pierrick Cornet, Project Director of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and mentor of Nino Robotics, said: “Nino Robotics' vision for mobility includes creating solutions that are electric, connected and accessible to as many people as possible. This is in line with the Renault Group's strategy and social commitments. As a mentor, my mission is to uncover potential links between Nino Robotics and the automotive world and enable experience sharing. We are very happy to realize this agreement, which will encourage the exchange of knowledge and expertise between our teams and Nino Robotics. This collaboration will allow us to fulfill our 'desire to engage in activities with community interests' of many employees of the Group, including myself. "
Pierre Bardina, CEO of Nino Robotics, said: “Nino Robotics was founded to meet the mobility needs of those who can walk, have difficulty walking, or who cannot walk at all. The concept of NINO4 is based on the desire to drive a small electric vehicle with a memorizing design. NINO4 can be used by the elderly, people with disabilities and anyone with limited mobility, either temporarily or permanently. Because the design of Nino Robotics increases self-esteem significantly, enables its users to socialize and has a positive effect by providing them with both emotional and physical morale. We can define the tools designed by Nino Robotics as social machines that offer mobility, modernity and connectivity ”.