This smart helmet will even call an ambulance if needed

This smart helmet will even call an ambulance if needed

But it was designed precisely to reduce the number of times an ambulance is needed, owing to its high-visibility brake light.

The smart helmet designed by French startup Kosmos Smart Helmet to reduce the number of motorcycle accidents features a Bluetooth connection, built in HD camera and GPS.

The helmet can be easily connected to the users’ smart phone, thus allowing them to use navigation and make and receive phone calls through voice guidance. To maximize the safety of the driver, the rear brake light of the helmet can be viewed at 200 meters away at night time. The helmet is also capable of detecting accidents and making emergency calls automatically.

Source: designboom

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