Published: Sun, September 16, 2018
Business | By Tara Barton

BMW Motorrad develops a self-driving R 1200 GS adventure bike

BMW Motorrad develops a self-driving R 1200 GS adventure bike

BMW has developed a self-riding motorcycle as it continues to test future safety features for its motorcycles.

Now, you might wonder what the point of a self-driving motorcycle is, as what the hell is the point of a vehicle driving on its own without a single passenger?

To conclude, BMW Motorrad has demonstrated how the rapid pace of digitization will change the future of motorcycling. He starts moving and he gets on the bandwagon stopping. As with the development of its autonomous motorcycles, BMW Motorrad here too has utilised synergies with BMW automobiles - this manufacturing process has already made its way into series production for various vehicles.

The objective is to enhance the wellbeing of bike riders and increment their odds of avoiding any accident, as opposed to acquiring the innovation its present frame to the finished result.

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Motobot is a pretty good analogy for this whole scene, as it's gaining steam quickly, and this BMW self-balancing R1200GS is a very good example. As such, the drone is not planned. To prove this, the company showcased a concept of this technology on the BMW R1200 GS. The drone was created as an experiment.

As we mentioned earlier, BMW has been mum about how the technology actually works. The electronic system will help to build the safe path detour obstacles, and gyroscopes will improve the stability of the motorcycle in extreme situations. But this is not a complete drone.

BMW hasn't fully disclosed the suite of technology required for its prototype, which allows the bike to ride on its own, but everything required fits into two cases mounted on either side of the seat. In fact it was a robot that had taken the place of rider, but not a drone.

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