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Friday, February 13, 2015

Nand Logic's Smart Helmet

You are a biker who is looking for smart helmet? Yes, we mean really smart. Maybe later you can buy this Nand Logic's Smart Helmet when it goes on sale.

Nand Logic Smart Helmet is not mediocre smart helmet because this helmet does have a myriad of features that guarantee no other helmet could match its ingenuity.
Nand Logic's Smart Helmet features cameras, turn signals, collision alerts and more. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Eo4MNp)
This smart helmet is worth mentioning 'smart' because it constitutes Multicore SoC (System on Chip) that controls a lot of electronic devices including multiple sensors in it.

Front & Rear Cameras
In the front and rear, there are 2 HD cameras that can record our travel activities and saved to an SD memory card, the recorded video may be useful when we have an accident or to claim the insurance.

Intelligent Lightings
At the helm, there are LED lights that serve as spotlights (headlight), turn signals and brake lights. Cool isn't it, and everything is working or active automatically depending on conditions because in this helmet has Ambient Light sensor and Accelerometer.
The helmet includes built-in turn indicators and a brake light. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1zRznkS)
So when we turn, the sensor will automatically turn on the turn signal in the turn direction or when it is dark, ambient sensor will automatically turn on the spotlights on the front, as well as when you brake, the brake lights will automatically turn on.

Object Recognition
Through the help of a camera and software in it, the helmet is able to detect danger, for example, there is an object in front is too close, the system will give a warning to light or sound.

Temperature and humidity sensors
When the weather at the helm felt quite hot, the fan is on the inside of the helmet will begin work to create a better air circulation so that the wearer is not easy or quick to sweat which can sometimes interfere with concentration.
When the temperature and humidity sensors notice that things are getting too warm and moist inside the helmet, an onboard fan is automatically turned on to provide ventilation. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1zRznkS)
Intelligent DSP
This helmet has internal and external noise cancellation mics that can muffle the noise from the outside but on the one hand, the existing system is able to recognize the sound of a siren so that we could still hear the sound of sirens.
The Smart Helmet's aerodynamic design is intended to lessen wind noise. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1zRznkS)
Where if there's a lot helmets like this, it is able to communicate with the phone via Bluetooth signal.

So far this Smart Helmet is still a prototype but already had exhibited anyway so it most likely will start to be produced. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NAND LOGIC | GIZMAG]
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