London's public transport authority revoked Ola of its operating licence, saying that the taxi app was not "fit and proper" to hold one, having put passenger safety at risk.
Ola also announced three partnerships with established leaders in their respective fields to raise driver standards across the market.
Ola Drive will enable users to design their own package, controlling from the number of kilometres and hours, to fuel inclusion.
Ola plans to scale up its presence and introduce the category in hundreds of new towns and cities over the next 12 months.
Co-founded by Inder Singh and Ritwik Saikia, pikup.ai uses autonomous technologies like AI, computer vision and sensor fusion to provide seamless AI-powered solutions for businesses.
As part of its launch celebrations, Ola is offering new customers discounted rides and is also inviting local drivers to join the platform.
Ola Guardian is based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning tools, will go live in Delhi and Kolkata by the end of October and in other Indian cities by the end of 2018.
This week-long fundraising campaign, was kickstarted by the Defence Ministry of India from December 1 and runs until December 7, 2017.