A British company has claimed it will unveil the smartest augmented-reality helmet yet in London in September 2019.
Apart from the usual intercom with phone capabilities, it will also feature a GPS, music streaming, heads-up display, photochromic visor, LED brake light, crash warning system, a 360-degree camera and “A whole host of other features”.
Adam Wilson from Titan Technologies contacted us recently about the helmet after we published an article about a patent pending on a full-length airbag suit.
He said they would also have their full-length airbag suit at the bike show, along with the helmet and another product which they have not yet revealed.
“We are not looking for funding as we have invested our own funds into the projects,” he says.
“The helmets are being made as we speak. The suits will start to be manufactured in a few weeks.”