ZF has been influential in ensuring that the project has progressed as far as it has. The company is a financial stakeholder as well as an important technology supplier. The all-electric drive, steering and brakes were all developed by ZF. During its autonomous travels, the e.GO Mover draws on cameras as well as radar sensors, all made by ZF. The people movers tremendous computing power, which is also able to integrate artificial intelligence, is provided by the supercomputer ZF ProAI RoboThink. This is currently the most powerful main computer in the automotive industry. "Our partnership with e.GO is proof of the tremendous speed we are currently gaining, particularly when it comes to developing new mobility solutions," says ZF CEO Scheider in Geneva and adds, "And it emphasizes how attractive our system solutions are for new mobility providers: Interconnected systems that consist of sensors, artificial intelligence, electric drives and actuators are becoming increasingly important. ZF can deliver them from a single source. The e.GO Mover is a trendsetter – and perfectly demonstrates our systems expertise."