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Smart Motorcycle Helmet Promises to Help Reduce Risk of Accidents

by | Aug 11, 2014 | Firm News

A motorcycle helmet is the most effective and potent tool that a motorcyclist has in helping reduce the risk of accident. After all, Thousand Oaks motorcycle accident lawyers believe that it’s very important that motorcyclists reduce the risk of accidents, because they are at a much higher risk of being injured, compared to the occupants of the other vehicle involved in the crash.

A new motorcycle helmet, however, doesn’t only help reduce the risk of a fatality in an accident by helping protect the skull during impact, but also provides additional tools to help the motorcyclist prevent a crash in the first place.

The smart motorcycle helmet is called the Skully AR-1 helmet, and according to the founder, the idea for the helmet was literally his dream. One night, he dreamt of a helmet that would have GPS functionality, would provide him with HUD directions, and would even let him know exactly what was behind his motorcycle. He woke up in the middle of the dream, spent an hour looking for a prototype of this helmet, certain that something like this probably existed somewhere in the world.

Now, his dream is becoming reality. The Scully AR-1 is not just any motorcycle helmet. This helmet includes an elaborate and sophisticated network of microprocessors, sensor systems, and is equipped with a Heads-Up Display. The helmet includes GPS navigation facilities to aid motorcyclists, and the Heads-Up Display helps motorists get directions, without having to look away from the road.

The whole point of the helmet is to make sure that the motorcyclist is paying 100% attention to the road, and does not have to take his hands off the handle bar or his eyes off the road at any point in time. The system also includes a rearview camera system that gives the motorcyclist a complete 180° view of the scene behind the rider, functioning similarly to a rearview camera system on a car.

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