Australia’s first smart-helmet producer, Forcite, has created an thrilling cockpit-view race video filmed with their intelligent helmet.
Filmed in collaboration with Cam Elkins of Tales of Bike, Underneath Lights options the newbie racing occasion – The Summer time Evening Collection.
Forcite spokesman Charlie Stack says it’s a brief story that explores the tight-knit neighborhood and tradition that has shaped round Australia’s latest and most enjoyable race collection.
It’s hosted by St George Motorbike Membership over 4 rounds beneath the cutting-edge Floodlight set up at Sydney Motorsport Park.
“St George Motorbike Membership began the collection two seasons in the past in an effort to deliver one thing recent and thrilling to an in any other case stagnant Australian newbie motorbike racing scene,” Charlie says.
“Pushed ahead by a raft of devoted organisers, volunteers, and opponents, the collection is rapidly changing into a crowd favorite for Sydney primarily based spectators, and the membership hopes to develop the occasion within the upcoming season and past.”
Additionally showcased is Forcite-sponsored rider Aidan Hayes together with his Forcite helmet offering a singular cockpit view of the shut racing.
He battles his manner by means of the sector from a pit lane begin to finish in a photograph end, separated from a fellow rider by mere centimetres.
Forcite has launched a public fairness crowdfunding marketing campaign by means of Equitise to construct extra types of their MK1 helmets and broaden into the world market.
The cashed-up firm has already attracted funding from Atlas Advisors Australia, bringing their mixed post-sales funding to $8 million.
The MK1 helmet options Forcite’s patented RAYDAR helmet system, combining Method 1 LED expertise, audio interactivity, military-grade digicam recording and a fingertip handlebar controller.
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Forcite’s sensible helmet is designed to ship street alerts and visible and audio turn-by-turn navigation with out a telephone, enabling riders to see or predict issues earlier than they occur to keep away from hazard.
It additionally mechanically information dashcam footage of a number of lanes with out distracting the rider.
All of the expertise is included into the helmet with out the necessity for an externally mounted machine.
Forcite Chief Government Officer Alfred Boyadgis claims the helmet’s expertise which warns of street hazards with flashing lights, can cut back the variety of accidents and save lives.
The Sydney primarily based motorbike expertise firm goals to supply a safer, extra dynamic motorcycling expertise with it’s Forcite MK1 sensible motorbike helmet. The world’s first ECE 22.05 authorized sensible helmet has quickly offered out each time it has been out there.
Now, 1380 riders are utilizing the Forcite MK1 on the street and monitor with 14,000 extra registering their curiosity to purchase.