Published: Sun, September 16, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

BMW’s Self-Riding Motorcycle Will Mess With Your Mind

BMW’s Self-Riding Motorcycle Will Mess With Your Mind

The best part: the tech powering the motorcycle could one day keep bikers safer on the road. However, because of the C1's partially closed cockpit, watching it ride around the track without someone in the saddle wasn't as unsettling as watching BMW's latest contribution to the self-driving realm go. It needs someone to hold it upright until it gets moving.

The objective is to enhance the wellbeing of bike riders and increment their odds of avoiding any accident, as opposed to acquiring the innovation its present frame to the finished result. Well, the entire goal of this exercise is to create new autonomous safety systems for motorcycles. Right? Well, apparently, a graduate engineer, Stefan Hans, and his team at BMW Motorrad have thought about an autonomous motorcycle.

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The company has given no indication of when the technology will be commercialised or when it might be incorporated into one of its own models. The drone was created as an experiment.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently issued a report calling for the deployment of more electronic motorcycle safety tech. Earlier, in 2017, Honda introduced a similar motorcycle with the Riding technology Honda Assist.

The motorcycle uses similar technologies to those already featured in vehicles such as the 7-Series and 5-Series sedans, utilising high-definition cameras and radar sensors to read its surroundings. All he could balance on the seat and at low speeds, and also to follow the owner, turning the steering wheel. BMW is mum on exactly what tech is integrated into the bike to allow it to operate autonomously. In fact it was a robot that had taken the place of rider, but not a drone.

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