The French start-up company Tali presented a motorcycle helmet at CES that offers many networking features.
The helmet can be connected to the smartphone via Bluetooth. Various functions can then be controlled using a voice command. Communication among different drivers, telephoning, listening to music or navigation is part of the range of functions.
The helmet is also equipped with an emergency call system. If the helmet registers an accident, the rescue-chain is automatically activated. How exactly this takes place has not yet been explained in more detail, presumably the emergency call is automatically dialed and the voice connection to the helmet is established as soon as sensors in the helmet register a strong shock.
The helmet is also equipped with a special lighting system that is intended to increase visibility in road traffic. Lateral LEDs are networked with the turn signals, so that the helmet can also blink. Additional brake lights are almost a matter of course and of course also available.
The visor is self-tinting and automatically adapts to the lighting conditions.
A market launch is still planned for 2020, before that, crowdfunding will be used to raise money to bring the helmet, which has been under development for three years, to market maturity. The price should then be just under € 1,100.
- Ladezeit: 3 Stunden
- Bluetooth 4.1
- Arbeitsabstand: bis zu 2.0 km in offenem Gelände
- Advanced Noise Control Audio
- Hochfrequenzspezifikationen: 76 ~ 108MHz
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