Bike-to-Vehicle Technology Launched To Prevent Motorcycle Accidents

Autotalks, a vehicle-to-everything (V2E) communications solutions provider, has announced that it’s launching bike-to-vehicle (B2V) communications. The solution is based on a chipset developed by the company and will integrate with other original equipment manufacturers’ comm devices currently under development.

Specifically, the Autotalks system will converse with a Bosch system currently planned for testing and development in a large B2V study that’s part of a broad scope vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2V and V2I) communications study. The study, taking place in Germany, could reduce motorcycle accidents by one third.

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