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Improving motorcycle safety through connectivity

Introducing a predictable runtime Framework for the Connected Motorcycle covering seamless connectivity and security

The Connected Motorcycle (COMC) is an emerging market that offers greater safety through new telematics applications consistent with the connectivity objectives of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). There are many advantages of digital connectivity for motorcyclists: access to real-time traffic information, automatic diversion Functions to avoid traffic jams, alerts about cheap Fueling stations, parking availability, access to highway hazard warnings, and many more.

One forecast projects the global COMC market will reach nearly $900 million by 2027, at a compounded annual growth rate of 47.7% between 2020 to 2027. The strong growth Forecast is being driven by rising demand For better motorcycle safety and security, more powerful edge and cloud services, and the emergence of 5G.

The connected motorcycle is an opportunity for manufacturers to provide seamless switching capability for handling new applications such as bike telematics, ider assistance e-calls, and access to 3G, 4G, and 5G cellular services, and Wi-Fi to provide acceptable quality-of-service (QoS) with secure data connectivity. As vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications mature, a connected motorcycle ecosystem will be able to communicate with infrastructure, cars, trucks, bicycles, other motorcycles, and pedestrians to improve overall safety.

The connected motorcycle market is growing rapidly and has the potential to significantly boost revenue for OEMs, Tier-1 suppliers, and service providers in the next few years. This white paper has addressed the challenges of providing seamless switching over different wireless networks, so the motorcycle can always be accessed seamlessly and securely using cellular or Wi-Fi networks For various critical features.

The Connected Motorcycle created by Capgemini Engineering is a Honda CBR model.  It includes a number of components that measure and  monitor telematics data and manage connectivity with be replaced with low-cost wireless hotspots while the different wireless networks.

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