On Tuesday 5 November, at EICMA motorcycle show, BMW presented the DoubleR RaceAir, the BMW racing suit made using Dainese Racing technology.
This is the first product that the Munich-based company has introduced to the market after signing a cooperation agreement with Dainese to develop systems aimed at improving the passive safety of motorcyclists.
D-air is the outcome of a technological leap forward that breaks away from the traditional kind of standard protectors, introducing an intelligent platform capable of detecting accidents and intervening independently of the rider.
Bringing together the know-how and experience of the German company, a giant in the automotive industry, and the Molvena-based company, a leading world producer of technical clothing for motorcycle riders, will tangibly improve the safety of motorcyclists.
BMW’s next goal for 2015 is to launch D-air Street, the road air bag developed by Dainese, as OEM technology on their motorbikes.
The common goal of the the thethe Dainese and BMW is complete safety: formotorcyclists, vehicles and technical materials for clothing while raising the awarenessof motorcyclists via ongoing training programmes.