In fact, this crash alert system can also predict the severity of the accident. The Japanese brand is using a combination of ECU and sensor for accident detection. The company has also patented some such sensors which will be installed in the body of the bike rider or his clothes.
This alert system will be activated as soon as the bike rider falls on the road during an accident and will send an accident alert to the concerned authorities for ambulance or immediate assistance. The alert system will also tell how serious the injury is or the current condition of the bike rider.
Sensors that will be installed in the clothes of the bike rider will know whether he is standing on his feet or on the ground after the accident. Sensors will also tell what is the condition of his body after the accident. After the accident, the oxygen level, blood pressure and stress level in the body of the bike rider will also be detected.
If the bike rider gets back on his feet after the accident, this system will not mark the accident as serious. However, this system will issue a red signal if the biker is lying on the ground.
According to the information, Suzuki Motorcycles is testing this system on its sports bike, Suzuki Hayabusa. It is expected that the company can launch a concept bike equipped with this system. Since this alert system is currently in the development stage, it may take some time to get into production.
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