GPS biker helmets from a start up in Toulouse
A small start-up Toulouse might save the lives of motorcyclists, but at the very least it will make them safer. With its integrated GPS helmet, the company is revolutionising motorbike riding.
Located on the right angle of the helmet, the small screen is barely visible, but yet it is a mine of essential information for the biker.
Speed, GPS guidance and traffic status is transcribed directly into the biker’s field of vision.
Since its creation, the device has evolved to become more compact, especially to facilitate the wearing of glasses. Two years of work have been necessary to adapt this technology, and this revolutionary device has already attracted 1000 customers.
The safety argument is that bikers will no longer take risks looking at their phones for GPS directions.
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