Sena Momentum review: A solid, smart helmet built around an awesome Bluetooth system

We've been hanging out for this one; Sena has been making excellent motorcycle Bluetooth comms systems for many years, and now it has started manufacturing its own, fully integrated smart helmets. We've been riding with the Momentum for a few weeks, here are our impressions... Continue Reading Sena Momentum review: A solid, smart helmet built around an awesome Bluetooth system Category: Motorcycles Tags: Bluetooth Helmets Sena Related Articles: Sena releases dates and prices for 30K intercom and smart Bluetooth noise-cancelling helmets Intelligent Cranium's iC-R – the most ambitious smart motorcycle helmet yet X-Lite X1004 and NCOM BX-5 review: Next-level flip-face sports helmet Sena innovates with Bluetooth half-helmet Bluetooth device brings the noise – to your helmet

Sena Momentum review: A solid, smart helmet built around an awesome Bluetooth system

We've been hanging out for this one; Sena has been making excellent motorcycle Bluetooth comms systems for many years, and now it has started manufacturing its own, fully integrated ...

Mon 28 May 18 from Gizmag

DigiLens partners with Sena to produce augmented reality motorcycle helmets

Augmented Reality HUD display manufacturer DigiLens has revealed a new version of its waveguide HUD unit that is thinner, lighter, easier to manufacture and notably cheaper than its ...

Tue 22 May 18 from Gizmag

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Tue 15 May 18 from Newscientist

Mobileye CEO: Tesla accepting higher risk to lower its autonomy costs - Roadshow

The CEO of Intel-owned Mobileye, Amnon Shashua, gives us his perspective on Tesla, Waymo and the state of the self-driving industry.

Mon 21 May 18 from CNET

Intel’s Mobileye wants to dominate driverless cars—but there’s a problem

Why we're skeptical of Mobileye's plan for validating self-driving car safety.

Mon 21 May 18 from Arstechnica

Intel is testing self-driving cars in 'challenging' Jerusalem conditions

Autonomous car makers are running more and more real-world tests, and Intel is now joining the fray, bringing its self-driving cars to the roads of Jerusalem. The company's Mobileye ...

Thu 17 May 18 from Engadget

Augmented reality display maker DigiLens nabs $25 million

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Thu 17 May 18 from TechCrunch

Intel starts testing self-driving cars in Jerusalem

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Thu 17 May 18 from TechCrunch

Intel to supply carmaker with eight MILLION self-driving computers - but won't say which one

Intel-owned Mobileye will supply eight million cars at a European automaker with its self-driving technologies. Terms of the deal and the identity of the automaker were not revealed. ...

Thu 17 May 18 from Daily Mail

Intel's automotive business Mobileye wins contract for 8 million self-driving vehicles

Intel has scored a big win with its automotive business Mobileye. A contract has been signed to make Mobileye the supplier of self-driving technologies to eight million cars for a European automaker. ...

Thu 17 May 18 from Techspot

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