New motorcycle technology provides AI-driven protection for riders

The Israel-based company announced Monday its “collision aversion technology,” which brings a lot of familiar features found in new cars to a motorcycle in one tidy package. Alerts come via mirror-mounted LEDs and two wide-angle cameras installed at the front and rear. Together, they provide warnings for riders if a vehicle sits in their blind spot, forward collision warning, safe distance measurements and a notification for dangerous overtakes. The whole idea is to make the concept as low-key as possible for riders so they don’t detract from the riding experience. But flashing LED lights will surely get riders attention when it’s important.