Kawasaki to bring radar tech in the upcoming Ninja H2 SX
We are talking about manufacturers like Ducati, BMW, KTM, Honda, and Suzuki trying to build a safer place by bringing safe products.
Now Kawasaki doesn’t won’t lag, and they plan to bring a radar system in the upcoming Ninja H2 SX.
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The spy shots come from our german friends Motorradonline suggests the upcoming H2 SX will have a radar system.
If observed closely, a small camera comes located below the windscreen plus a sensor below the headlight.
In 2019 Kawasaki partnered with BOSCH to build the Advanced Rider Assistance System.
Bosch’s Advanced Rider Assistance System comprises three elements.ACC (adaptive cruise control), forward collision warning and blind-spot protection.
These form a comprehensive system for motorcycle safety. And feature the same ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) technology used in automobiles.
The underlying technology in this cutting-edge system is Bosch’s radar sensor, brake system, engine management system.
And HMI (human-machine interface), which all work together to boost motorcycle riders’ safety comfort.