On September 2021 we introduced a new way to preview your recorded videos, instead of downloading first and only then viewing. Starting today, not only Ride Vision Pro users have to ability to preview the videos on their main unit, but they can also very easily extract a specific part they wish to save or […]
Today we are updating our Android Ride Vision PRO app (V1.4.1) and the main unit (V1.0.5) to make your ride even safer and using our product easier (iOS coming soon).
What to expect? Automatic rides sync (Yay, Bluetooth!), A new Video Vault and video previews. Read on to learn more.
Ride Vision and the Italian Post launch a pilot for enhancing two-wheeled courier safety
Ride Vision announces strategic partnership with Spark Minda to bring the first unique Collision Avoidance Technology for motorcycles in India
Ride Vision, the industry leading solution for motorcycle rider assistance systems (ADAS), today announced that it has partnered with Indian Automotive leader, Spark Minda, to bring its products to the Indian market, sharing the vision for road safety in India.
It’s time to break the braking myth: do motorcycles actually require a shorter stopping distance than cars?
Riders are very aware of the dangers of riding on the road. According to a recent study by the Insurance Information Institute, motorcycle riders are 29 times more likely to be involved in a fatal roadway accident than automotive passengers are.
When considering the various aspects of a motorcycle ride, one usually thinks about riding in different and various levels of traffic ranging from empty roads, through low level traffic that is all going the same way as the rider, and up to stand-still traffic that is many times associated with rush hours.
Ride Vision’s testing team uses several motorcycles from different makers. They ride on public roads in daily traffic which ranges from empty roads to heavy traffic. Back at the office, the team pulls and inspects the recorded footage from the system. A few days ago, as the team replayed that day’s footage, they saw an incident that happened in front of the test bike and was caught on the video.