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If you're a motorcycle enthusiast, one of the primary concerns you should have is safety. Fortunately, modern advances in computer-controlled smart systems have now added a number of new possibilities for safety when it comes to riding your motorcycle. This includes in the motorcycle itself and systems attached to motorcycle accessories. Find these systems when they're on sale for more affordable options.
Smart Helmet Display Features
Modern smart motorcycle helmets add a number of safety features, including increasing a rider's field of vision. These systems often use two cameras to display angles behind the rider in their blind spot. This creates a small window for a rearview display of your cameras while driving. As a result, you can keep your eyes on the road in front of you instead of constantly swinging your head back and forth to look for dangers.
Smart helmets can also display your current speed in a place on a transparent LCD display that lets you see how fast you're going at all times, again without looking down. Technology does this by monitoring your progress through a built-in GPS.
Some systems also let you pair with Android phones for full voice integration so you can answer phone calls, stream music, and other things you may be tempted to use your phone for while riding. This way you can keep your eyes on the road at all times no matter what else you want to do simultaneously.
Built-in Smart Motorcycle Safety
Some features are built in to the motorcycles themselves. These include headlights that can curve and shine around corners when you lean the bike to one side. It also includes smart suspension features that can adapt traction based on current conditions balance your bike out more when you're braking
These new smart bikes can also have cameras inside of them. These cameras can read speed limit signs and inform you if you're speeding. They can detect potential hazards in the road and automatically begin braking procedures if the driver hasn't started to do this yet. Many of these systems are still emerging, but there's every indication that they will be available to consumers soon.
Other systems built into smart motorcycles that are in development include monitoring weather sites for informing riders about potentially dangerous weather in their area so they can take appropriate steps and external blinking lights that automatically go off to warn other cars of a motorcycle's approach.
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