Connected Motorcycle Market Projection, Technological Innovation And Emerging Trends 2030
Connected Motorcycle Market
The connected motorcycles have a highly advanced system that facilitates the reading of the road and send alerts for potholes, road curves, construction, traffic, and other obstacles to the rider. These motorcycles offer improved safety by preventing road accidents. The connected motorcycles keep riders informed about emergency braking systems, approaching vehicles, and other gives other alerts.
This technology used in connected motorcycles is IoT-enabled. It is highly effective in preventing road accidents.
Applications of Connected Motorcycles
Motorcycle Approach Indication (MAI)
This application alerts the rider of a nearby approaching vehicle towards him, whether the rider can see it or not. The information is provided to the rider, relying on the movement data, and measured distance between two vehicles with a possibility of motorcycle crossing.
Motorcycle Approach Warning (MAW)
This application warns the rider about the potential risk of colliding with the vehicle coming from the opposite side. This application is more refined, as it provides vehicles’ precise movement information, and analyses of collision risk. This system provides accurate calculation and warns the rider only when there is a collision possibility.
Left Turn Assist (LTA)
The left turn assist system determines if the rider evaluates the speed incorrectly, or ignores the approaching vehicle. The application evaluates the left turn intention and displays the warning on calculating the accident risk. Moreover, the LTA system keeps working at traffic lights too.
Emergency Electronic Brake Light (EEBL)
The EEBL application provides a motorcycle with the ability to program its own emergency braking state with respect to the surrounding vehicles. It includes bad weather conditions such as fog or rain, including blocked sight by other vehicles.
Traffic Jam Warning (TJW)
The TJW system alerts the riders of traffic jams on the way. The rider can choose a different route after knowing about the traffic jam earlier and hence saving time. This application helps in avoiding rear-end collisions.
Adverse Weather Warning (AWW)
The AWW application concentrates on high-traffic safety by providing early alerts to riders on critical weather conditions such as heavy rain, fog, black ice, strong wind, and others. The adverse weather warning system can take input from weather forecast services, for providing road-based alerts through the system.
In-Vehicle Signage (IVS)
The IVS system reflects important road signs on the information display of the vehicle. It includes go and stop signs, as well as dynamic signs, including railroad crossings. Along with this, the system can also receive information from the construction & maintenance, along with the nearby emergency vehicles.
The major players in the Connected Motorcycle industry are Honda Motor Co. Ltd., KTM AG, Kawasaki Motors, Triumph Motorcycles, Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd., and Suzuki Motor Corporation. The connecter motorcycle companies focus on participating in collaborations with IT companies to improve their services.
Therefore, the sales of connected motorcycles are rising due to the advanced safety features provided by them.