Canadian motorcycle manufacturer Damon is working on a next-generation motorcycle which will come equipped with a host of new technologies.
Nowadays, the automotive industry is quickly becoming a rallying point of new technologies. Electric engines and artificial intelligence are often implemented in modern automobiles, but motorcycle manufacturing is currently lagging behind. Damon, a Vancouver-based motorcycle manufacturer, is working on changing this situation.
Most of the company’s budget is dedicated to building a unique collision avoidance system. It will be made up of a camera, a radar and other sensors located on the frame of the motorcycle. This set of technologies will be able to predict the actions of up to 64 road users, warning the driver about a potential accident.
The motorcycle will attract the driver’s attention with vibrating handles and a built-in display screen that will expand the user’s view. The seat and footrests will be based on mobile mechanisms.
All vehicles will be united into a 5G network that will be used to exchange experience and make the motorcycles more advanced. The system of each individual motorcycle will thus advance even when the vehicle is stationed in a garage.
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