In the most chaotic cities, people prefer to move on two wheels, but half of cyclists have been stolen at least once, for this reason Lattis, the company of smart city, has designed a very simple but very useful product, dare I say indispensable!
Theinternet of things has become a reality. More and more objects of different use are today able to connect to the network and interface with each other, totally changing the performance of everyday tasks. In the case of Ellipse the solar-powered smart lock we can improve our bike outputs, without having to remember to recharge it.
Ellipse is much more than just a padlock. Equipped with Bluetooth and integrated GPS, it can record and transfer data about our location.
The IoT jewel will send a notification directly to the device with which it was configured, or, at our discretion, to selected contacts.
We can share with friends the route route, monitor the movement of the bicycle but also remember where we parked it.
This smart device has a dual function, the social but also the security one, as its particular software is equipped with an accelerometer capable of recognize any sharp braking, skids and falls.
In the event that the theft attempt is actually detected, the lock notifies it in real time so that it can best handle the situation. The alarm sensitivity is adjustable to your liking and can be switched on or off very easily.
In addition, you can remotely change the unlock combination, to allow third parties, relatives or friends, to take possession of the bike at any time.
Ellipse is characterized by a military-style invoice, the pull ring is made of steel and has a thickness of 17 millimeters, besides the special encryption of the code is proof of more determined hackers. In addition to the autonomy of about 12 hours, which results from exposure to sunlight lasting one hour, there is also a micro-USB input dedicated to emergency charging.
In short, although in the city you often move by bicycle and precisely because of the ease with which you can move on two wheels, theft is unfortunately the order of the day, to avoid them from today we can rely on Ellipse, let’s just say the padlocks and the big chains, let’s say yes to the secure geo-location of Ellipse.