Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The tech era has become a major concern, with more people diving into technological pursuits.

Alongside this, road accidents are a significant worry.

Addressing this issue, the food delivery app Zomato has declared in New Delhi that it will provide helmets with Bluetooth functionality to all its delivery partners.

During the recent 'India’s Emergency Heroes' event on the 'X' platform, Zomato, in the presence of Nitin Gadkari, the Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India, bestowed first responder training upon 2,500+ delivery partners.

These helmets feature an AI-powered hybrid system integrating advanced technologies.

This includes helmet wear detection, monitoring the status of the chin strap lock, and preset conditions to ensure compliance.

How to active this helmet; 

To activate the helmet, delivery partners simply need to power it on, connect it to the application, and secure it properly.

In the previous year, as part of their commitment to the safety of Zomato delivery partners, the company provided 250,000 wearable assets and various other tech gadgets.