Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology

Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology
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Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology

Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology

Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology

Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology

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Like many other motorcycle manufacturers, Honda wants to make motorcycling safer.

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One approach is to network vehicles – with each other and with their surroundings.

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At the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, Honda is showing an Africa Twin with a V2X communication system (vehicle-to-everything) suitable for motorcycles.

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Communication between motorcycles and other vehicles is intended to prevent accidents and improve the flow of traffic.

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With the V2X technologies as many road users as possible should be seamlessly networked with one another in order to form a so-called swarm.

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The Honda Africa Twin prototype is also equipped with an extensive electronics package. The majority of it is distributed over the two suitcases attached to the rear.

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In order to pass on detailed information and warnings to the driver, an additional display was installed above the conventional cockpit display.

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Impending collisions or other information can be displayed here directly in the driver’s field of vision.

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For example, vehicles can warn each other.

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The technology is still in the development stage.

Honda Africa Twin with V2X technology

Intelligent security system for motorcycles

At the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, Honda is showing an Africa Twin with a V2X communication system (vehicle-to-everything) suitable for motorcycles. Communication between motorcycles and other vehicles is intended to prevent accidents and improve the flow of traffic.

M.ith V2X technologies, as many road users as possible should be seamlessly networked with one another in order to form a so-called swarm. A swarm intelligence controls and coordinates the movements of the individual participants and should thus contribute to avoiding traffic jams and increasing safety.


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An additional display informs the driver.

The Honda Africa Twin prototype is also equipped with an extensive electronics package. The majority of it is distributed over the two suitcases attached to the rear. The right case also carries an antenna for data transmission.

In order to pass on detailed information and warnings to the driver, an additional display was installed above the conventional cockpit display. Impending collisions or other information can be displayed here directly in the driver’s field of vision.

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