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JARVISH unveils digital motorcycle helmets for bike riders

JARVISH unveils digital motorcycle helmets

JARVISH launched X-series motorcycle helmets.

JARVISH launches its X-Series smart motorcycle helmets. The X-AR and X models have been designed with a range of technology integrations, such as voice control, noise cancellation, built-in memory to give riders a safer, more enjoyable on-road experience. The X-AR also includes an AR-powered head-up display for riders who prefer visual instructions.

JARVISH team is passionate about the freedom and adventure that riding a motorcycle brings. Their goal is to improve the safety and the riding experience for riders.

JARVISH X-Series X/X-AR

The X-Series connects with voice activation services such as Amazon Alexa, Apple’s Siri or OK Google. Journeys can be recorded in FHD video via the built-in front 2K camera and stored on memory cards in the helmet. The helmet can also live stream directly to social media, while the app lets users download footage to a smartphone and personal cloud server. Both helmets support wireless and micro-USB charging.

The X-AR helmet can display directions and notify the wearer of traffic and weather conditions, speed and caller IDs on the HUD, which can be controlled and retracted easily via voice command. It even shows 2K rear-view images so the rider has 360° visibility while on the road.

Both the X-AR and X model are fully certified, including ECE R22.05 (Europe, Australia), DOT (US and Canada), CNS 2396, CNS 13438, CNS 13439 (Asia), FCC (electronic radiation safety certifications). Also, Apple MFi certified.

Jeremy Lu, CEO of JARVISH, said, “Our vision is to enhance the motorcycling experience with smart features that mean a rider can focus on the road ahead without any distraction. Police officers and motorcycle riders in Taiwan are already wearing the first generation of JARVISH helmets, we believe our latest models, X-Series will prove to be just as popular worldwide.”