CES 2015: Volvo Concept Helmet Warns You Of Potential Accidents

CES 2015: Volvo Concept Helmet Warns You Of Potential Accidents

The automotive company aims to reduce cyclist fatalities with world-first technology that connects cycle helmets with cars.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 january 2015

A life-saving wearable cycling tech concept has been demonstrated at CES 2015 in Las Vegas that aims to improve safety by connecting drivers and cyclists. The innovative concept is a result of an all-Swedish partnership between Volvo Cars, POC (leading manufacturer of protective gear for gravity sports athletes and cyclists) and communications technology company Ericsson.

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