Damon Motorcycles today announced it will showcase CoPilot™, the company’s critically acclaimed 360-degree hazard detection system, at the Vancouver Motorcycle Show. The interactive showcase will enable attendees to experience the CoPilot system firsthand, including the haptics and LED alerts of the forward collision warning, the blind spot detection and digital rearview camera. Attendees will also have the opportunity to speak with Damon CTO Dom Kwong and other members of the Damon team. The showcase takes place in booth #425, January 24–25, 2020 at the Tradex in Abbotsford, BC.
“Motorcyclists face hazards at every turn and it is impossible to see all of them. That’s where CoPilot comes in,” said Jay Giraud, co-founder and CEO, DamonMotorcycles. “Using radar, cameras and other sensors, CoPilot offers unparalleled situational awareness and sets a new standard in motorcycle safety. We look forward to sharing a safer road forward for all motorcyclists at the Vancouver Motorcycle Show.”
WHAT - Damon Motorcycles to Showcase CoPilot Advanced Warning System
WHEN - January 24, 12-9p.m.; January 25, 10a.m.–8p.m
WHERE - Booth #425, Tradex, Abbotsford, BC – 1190 Cornell St., Abbotsford, BC
Damon Motorcycles’ CoPilot was introduced at CES2020 as part of the company’s official unveiling of the Hypersport motorcycle, the world’s safest, smartest and most powerful electric superbike. Powered by Blackberry’s QNX technology, CoPilot can track the speed, direction and velocity of up to 64 moving objects around the motorcycle. The Hypersport and CoPilot advanced warning system received global acclaim and received a CES “Best in Innovation” award.
For more information on Damon Motorcycles, please visit damonmotorcycles.com.
Damon is unleashing the full potential of personal mobility for the world’s commuters. With its proprietary electric drivetrain, the company has developed the world’s safest, smartest, fully connected electric motorcycle employing sensor fusion, robotics and AI. Designed as a platform for worldwide line extension, Damon motorcycles will ship direct to consumer on subscription plans to drive scale. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Damon is a Techstars Mobility company founded by serial entrepreneurs Jay Giraud and Dom Kwong. Damon’s investors include Round 13 Capital, Techstars, Fontinalis, Extreme Venture Partners and Pallasite Ventures.
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Donna Loughlin Michaels