Munich-based x-log has introduced a new feature for its kurvX app: map4app.  This feature allows performance-oriented riders to compare their ridden distance with their lean angle values in curves.  The new feature will be available as a free update in April 2023.

Munich-based x-log has introduced a new feature for its kurvX app: map4app.  This feature allows performance-oriented riders to compare their ridden distance with their lean angle values in curves.  The new feature will be available as a free update in April 2023.

 

The new feature: map4app – track tracking with detailed data.

With the new map4app feature, bikers can compare the track they have ridden with their lean angle values in curves and thus improve their riding technique. 

When querying the tour data via the special track function of the kurvX app, the riding data (lean angle/time) is displayed combined with the tour data (geodata).  The curvy areas of the ridden route are highlighted by coloring.  By selecting relevant curve areas, the user gets a quick overview of his driven lean angle in these curves.  If he now taps on a particular segment of a specific curve, he receives detailed information about the lean angle and time.

 

Driving data stored in the cloud

To implement the new app function, the driving data is no longer stored on the smartphone but processed in the cloud.

The new map4app function can already be examined in advance at Motorradwelt Bodensee from January 27 to 29, 2023 in Hall B3 at x-log’s booth 310.  Also at the 3rd ride safely ONE 2023 in March, there will be an extension to brake data for trainers.

 

About kurvX

kurvX is a digital add-on device for the motorcycle that records the entire driving dynamics.  The lean angle in the curve is calculated in real time from these measured values and displayed to the rider by flashing signals, among other things.  With kurvX, the rider can approach the optimum lean angle himself and develop a safe feeling for cornering.

 

The x-log Elektronik GmbH

x-log Elektronik GmbH, based in Munich and with a factory in the Upper Palatinate, develops and produces electronic devices primarily for the sports and outdoor sector for established brands (Ortovox, ABS, PUMA, etc.).  Under its own label, the Munich-based company has developed its second product for the motor sports sector after the synX synchronous tester, kurvX, the curve trainer.

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