Here Technologies partners on intelligent motorcycle helmet

BOULDER — Here Technologies is partnering with Jarvish AI on an intelligent helmet system.

Here Technologies is providing the mapping data for the Jarvish smart motorcycle helmets. Courtesy: Jarvish.

Jarvish makes smart helmets that include technology integration, voice control, noise cancellation, bluetooth Wi-Fi connectivity and cameras. The company is debuting its latest line of smart motorcycle helmets at CES 2019. One of the Jarvish helmets, the X-AR, includes an augmented-reality-powered display that provides riders with a rear-camera view and 360 degree visibility.

Here Technologies, which has an R&D facility in Boulder, provides the maps and routing that Jarvish helmets incorporate into their navigation capabilities.

“We are delighted to be working with Jarvish by providing high-quality map data and

location services for such an innovative product like the Smart Helmets,” Leon van de Pas, a senior vice president at Here Technologies, said in a prepared statement. “As connectivity and

location intelligence grows in importance, our partnership will ensure even two-wheelers can

access and benefit from Here mapping and location services.”

BOULDER — Here Technologies is partnering with Jarvish AI on an intelligent helmet system.

Here Technologies is providing the mapping data for the Jarvish smart motorcycle helmets. Courtesy: Jarvish.

Jarvish makes smart helmets that include technology integration, voice control, noise cancellation, bluetooth Wi-Fi connectivity and cameras. The company is debuting its latest line of smart motorcycle helmets at CES 2019. One of the Jarvish helmets, the X-AR, includes an augmented-reality-powered display that provides riders with a rear-camera view and 360 degree visibility.

Here Technologies, which has an R&D facility in Boulder, provides the maps and routing that Jarvish helmets incorporate into their navigation capabilities.

“We are delighted to be working with Jarvish by providing high-quality map data and

location services for such an innovative product like the Smart Helmets,” Leon van de Pas, a senior vice president at Here Technologies, said in a prepared statement. “As connectivity and

location intelligence grows in importance, our partnership will ensure even two-wheelers can

access and benefit from Here mapping and location services.”